June 1, 2013

Usted, Tú, and Vos in Costa Rica and Elsewhere (and More Spanish-Language Resources)

From http://zachary-jones.com/zambombazo/video-formas-de-tratamiento-ustedeo-tuteo-voseo

Here is an eight-and-a-half minute video explaining the use of usted, tú, and vos in Costa Rica and elsewhere in the Spanish-speaking world, along with an activity worksheet by Zambombazo: http://zachary-jones.com/zambombazo/video-formas-de-tratamiento-ustedeo-tuteo-voseo

The video is part of the Profe en c@sa program by the Costa Rican Ministry of Education. This program involves the creation of Spanish-language videos about a wide range of academic topics. Read an article about the Profe en c@sa program at http://www.elpais.cr/frontend/noticia_detalle/1/78584 and learn more about the program on its website: http://www.mep.go.cr/profe_en_casa/index.aspx . Browse other videos on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/user/profeencasamep

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