Let's analyse the French verb faire:
[singular] je fais, tu fais, il/elle fait
[plural] nous faisons, vous faites, ils/elles font
But, I was making an exercise, then I came across this phrase:
Et vous? Qu'est-ce que vous faites?
And you? What do you do? (formal/referring to a lady)
Look, it isn't plural – just the formal way. Should I use faites instead of fais to express formality? I mean, fais is when I'm using tu and faites is for vous? Am I right?