Wikipedia lists both tú and vos as second person familiar singular pronouns. How can I differentiate between these in my fancy conjugation chart I am making?
(This is my first question here; I apologize if it's not very good.)
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Yes, they're conjugated differently. Here you have a chart, but, as a general rule (for regular verbs), vos works like vosotros but removes the last i, unless it's a third-conjugation verb (ended in -ir in infinitive).
Keep in mind that tú is the most commonly used one, and vos is mostly for Argentina and Uruguay (maybe somewhere else too, but not too common). Vosotros is like you guys, for more than one person, and only used in Spain. If you don't want to learn Castillian Spanish, maybe you want to study vos conjugations from zero instead of learning vosotros first.