Is 'tuae' here 'your' in plural? In Dutch we have a distinction between these two ('jouw' is singular and 'jullie' is plural), hence my confusion.
For Dutch speakers:
Is 'jullie wegen zijn niet lang' correct?
-edit- hm, I just found out that 'your' in plural is 'vester' and 'your' singular is 'tua'. But where does 'tuae' come from?