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Meg asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

Possessive adjectives in Argentina?

I know that "tú" isn't used in Argentina, but I'm wondering if that carries over into the possessive adjectives. Would you used "vuestro perro" instead of "tu perro," for example? I'm trying to learn exactly how "vos" is used, so any other help would be appreciated.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Vos is not used as possesive... You would say "el perro tuyo" or "tu perro".... heres an example, if someone asked you "como estas" you could respond by saying "bien y vos" instead of using tu.

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  • 1 decade ago

    as far as i know they use vos instead of tú (pronoun)

    but use the possessive adjective tu

    "Tu carro no sirve para nada. Vos tenes que comprarte otro!"

    "Your car is useless . You have to buy another one"

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