Spanish/Vos

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Vos is a pronoun that was used when the Spanish soldiers arrived to America. In many places it replaces and in some of them is complementary with . Its verbal forms are those of vosotros, but with some sounds missing. Example: vosotros coméis produces vos comés (Argentina, Central America), vos comes (Bolivia), vos comís or tú comís (Chile), and vos coméi (Venezuela).

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