Incorrect translations of singular forms of "you" between languages other than English
In English, the pronoun "you" is used to refer to both one person and more than one person. However, many languages have different singular and plural forms of this pronoun, but Microsoft Translator always translates the singular form into the plural form when translating between languages that have different singular and plural forms. For example, "du" in German, which is the singular form, is incorrectly translated to French as "vous", which is the plural form. The correct translation is "tu", which is the singular form.