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Vosotros , ustedes

I remarked that in spanish , Vosotros is less used, my question is when we use Vosotros and Ustedes


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Sep 15, 2016 8:11 AM
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I agree with Alfonso but there is a difference between countries too. In Spain, people commonly use “VOSOTROS” and only “USTEDES” when talking in a very formal environment. In others Spanish-speaking countries, people always use “USTEDES” when you are talking about the second person in plural, in both, formal and informal situations, and never use “VOSOTROS”.

September 15, 2016
Use "vosotros" when you are talking about the second person in plural and your being informal. "Ustedes" is used for the same thing but when you are talking to someone you don't know very well or when you want to be respectful. However, be careful: the conjugation of the following verb used with "ustedes" is the same one as the third person of plural.
September 15, 2016

Thank you Alfanso

September 15, 2016
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