I am Nicaraguan so I have been used to the voseo for a long time now. I know how to conjugate with it, but I have a question about a certain verb, dar. Usually when you conjugate in the present tense using the voseo, you take out the -ar, -er, or -ir endings and add -ás, -és, or -ís. But according to Word Reference,the conjugation of the verb dar using the voseo is vos das. I thought that the only irregulars of the voseo in the present indicative is ser, ir, and haber. But what does the Real Academia say about the conjugation of the verb dar in the present indictative using the voseo? Also, Word Reference says that the conjugation of dar in the present subjunctive is just vos des. But being Nicaraguan, I'm used to the Central American spelling of the voseo in the subjunctive. For example, for the verb dormir, the conjugation would be vos durmás. I'm not sure what the Real Academia says is the Central American spelling in the subjunctive, but shouldn't it be vos dés or is the conjugation in the subjunctive vos des for both the Argentinean and the Central American spelling? Lastly Word Reference says that voseo conjugation in the imperative for dar is da. Shouldn't it be dá since for the voseo in the imperative you usually just take out the r and put the accent on the last vowel, or does the Real Academia say differently for the verb dar?
Here is the Word Reference page for reference: http://www.wordreference.com/conj/ESverbs.aspx?v=dar