Voseo is the use of vos as a second person singular pronoun, including its
conjugational verb ... We seldom make use in Spanish of the second Person
Singular or Plural, but ... Note that the term vo...
Oct 21, 2014 ... Most American students of Spanish never hear the subject pronoun vosotros ... I
will conclude by saying that if you are older, you can use vosotros with ... you
should use ustedes to stay safe; the adults will tell you when you ...
vosotros. pronoun. 1. (plural) (Spain). a. you (subject). ¿Fuisteis vosotros los que
han ... This double option does not exist in Latin America, where the only form ...
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Jan 17, 2013 ... A quick lesson detailing when to use the VOSOTROS and when to use the
USTEDES subject pronouns and verb conjugations. In Spain we use ...
Spanish, tú, usted, ustedes, vosotros, vos, grammar, usage. ... By contrast,
vosotros means you (plural; sometimes referred jokingly to as "youse" or "you all"
). ... day does still appear in some prayers, ritualistic language, and formal
Jan 25, 2014 ... My high school Spanish teacher used the following words to describe ... Vosotros
is the plural and informal form of “you” used in all of Spain except ... Stem-
changing verbs do not change their stem in the vosotros form, just as ...
Dec 23, 2013 ... Vosotros, tú, vos, Usted, Ustedes: Why Spanish has 5 words for “you” ... Why do
they use “vos” in some South American countries such as ...
Sep 16, 2014 ... You can still hear vosotros used in parts of Latin America, but never as ... Some
dioceses even have permission to do most of the liturgy of the ...
Observation - there is a modern colloquial equivalent of 2nd person plural in
American English ... plural in American English - the “y'all” for “you all”, which is
remarkably similar to... ... used in Spain has a 'Vosotros' form, why don't Latin
American Spanish has this form? .... Why should I learn the "Vosotros"...
Vosotros means 'you guys' in Spanish, and is widely used throughout Spain. It
comes ... In English, how do you address them when talking directly to them?