The imperative and present subjunctive of vos

Reminder: the pronoun vos is used in different parts of Latin America (mainly Argentina, Uruguay and some Central American countries) instead of , to speak informally to a singular “you”. 

Vos tenés la misma edad que mi hermano.

You are the same age as my brother.

 ¡Venid! (vosotros venir, imperativo presente) → ¡Vení! (vos).

Come! (plural informal “you”) → Come! (singular informal “you”).

¡Entrad! (vosotros entrar, imperativo presente) → ¡Entrá! (vos).

Enter! (plural informal “you”) → Enter! (singular informal “you”).

No cantes cantar, subj. presente → No cantés.

Don't sing (tú form)→ Don't sing (vos form).

No salgas salir, subj. presente → No salgás.

Don't leave (tú form)→ Don't leave (vos form).

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