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The use of "vos" as the second singular person is an archaism and, referring to your question, commonly used in fairy tales (but not only). The RAE definition: vos. (Del lat. vos). pron. person. Forma de 2.ª persona singular o plural y en masculino o femenino, empleada como tratamiento. Lleva preposición en los casos oblicuos y exige verbo en ...


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Tu pregunta me dio mucha curiosidad. En Argentina nunca oí esa expresión, con lo cual me parecio mas interensate todavía. Estuve buscando en internet y yo creo que este Video da la explicación mas convincente. En el video el profesor Campusano comenta que es un gran fántico de Gardel y que conoce muchos de sus misterios. Por ende ha leído mucha bibliografía ...


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In Spain, films and other shows are dubbed in "neutral" Castillian, i.e. with no evident regional accent. As Javi says in a comment, that's mostly what's used in the center and North of Spain. Sometimes, when the film has a character whose accent in the original is important to the plot, they use a "not-so-neutral" accent, e.g. for Scottish people in the ...


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I would say Argentina, Spain and Mexico -in that order- are the 3 countries where most of the movies and TV shows are dubbed today. Dubbing companies from other countries are entering the business now (Venezuela, Colombia) but when I was younger, most, if not all of the of the cartoons and TV shows where dubbed in Argentina while the movies where dubbed in ...



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