¿Hay algunos personas acá que usan el pronombre "vos"? ¿De donde son y en cuales contextos lo usan? Solamente sé del voseo de Argentina, y no sé mucho mas de su uso en otros países. ... For those of you who don't know about "vos": "Vos" is an alterntative 2nd-person-singular pronoun used in various parts of Central and South America. People in the Buenos Aires area use "vos" instead of "tú." People who use "vos" still use the posessives "tu" and "tuyo," and the pronoun "te," but "vos" instead of "ti." The verb forms are mostly the same as for "tú," except for present tense and commands. Present tense is the same as the vosotros form, but if the verb is -ar or -er, you drop the i. So: hablar - hablás tener - tenés vivir - vivís ser - sos The only irregular verb is haber - has. The command form is easy, just drop the r and accent the final vowel. hablar - hablá Since ir doesn't have it's own form, you say "andá."