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I learnt Spanish in Argentina so to me the vos conjugations come naturally (and they're actually easier IMO =P). But I think that you pretty much already undersand how to form the present indicative singular second person in Rioplatense Spanish. As you said, remove the final -r, replace it with -s and shift the stress to the last vowel. Make sure to ignore ...
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