What is the most accurate "you all" translation?
There are two "yous". Singular and plural you. The latter is sometimes called "you all", "y'all", or "youse guys" in American English. What is the most accurate Spanish rendition of plural you?
I tried three online translators:
- Translate.com gives me "you all" (untranslated => it throws up its hands, apparently)
- Google Translate gives me "todos ustedes"
- Bing Translator gives me "todos"
In other words, how does one differentiate in Spanish between a singular and plural you?
- You (Paco) gave me a black eye
- You (Paco, Rubén, and Raúl) gave me a black eye