What part of Spain uses vosotros?

Does Spain say Vosotros?

Vosotros is a personal pronoun that’s widely used in Spain, and it’s one of the main differences between Spanish speakers in America vs. Europe.

Is Vosotros used outside of Spain?

The “vosotros” form exists, it´s official in Spanish but it is only used in Spain. Instead, in Latin America we use “ustedes” (or at least here in Argentina).

Is Vosotros used in Spain or Mexico?

In Mexico, it’s not necessary to differentiate. The same goes for the second-person plural (used when addressing a group, such as “you all”). In Spain, you should use “vosotros,” whereas in Mexico you use “ustedes.”

What regions use Vosotros?

Spain uses the second-person plural “vosotros” (you all) whereas most of Latin America uses the second-person plural “ustedes” to mean “you all.” Among Latin American countries, slight grammatical variations and significant terminology differences distinguish the languages.

Why do Mexicans not use Vosotros?

It’s really quite simple. You see, the Spaniards conquered much of Latin America and therefore forced us all to speak their language. Obviously, they wouldn’t allow us to learn informal Spanish and use it with them, as they were our oppressors. This is why vosotros is nonexistent in Latin America.

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Is Tu used in Spain?

Tú is the informal counterpart to usted. The plural of tú is vosotros and vosotras, but that’s mainly used in Spain.

Why does duolingo not use Vosotros?

They are teaching Latin American Spanish. Vosotros isn’t used on this side of the Atlantic. They chose to teach Latin American Spanish. Vosotros is not used at all on this side of the Atlantic.

Why does Spain use vosotros and ustedes?

This is actually where most people get confused because each of these terms means the same thing! “Vosotros” and “ustedes” both represent the plural form of “you” in Spanish. They’re used to talk about groups of people in third-person like English-speaking people would use “You all.”

What is the Castilian accent?

Castilian dialect, Spanish Castellano, a dialect of the Spanish language (q.v.), the basis of modern standard Spanish. Originally the local dialect of Cantabria in north central Spain, Castilian spread to Castile.