Correction! LANGUAGE TAG REGISTRATION FORM : es-america
Tue, 4 Jun 2002 15:21:48 +0100
At 16:07 -0400 2002-06-03, John Cowan wrote:
>Michael Everson scripsit:
>> I learned Mexican Spanish and delight in speaking it here in Europe.
>> Having said that, there are so many variations in "New World
>> Spanish", particularly in pronominal choice (tu, vos, and usted for
>> instance), that I cannot imagine what this tag is supposed to
>As Peter says: it represents written (or in principle also spoken) content
>that is acceptable anywhere in America.
Well "t=FA" is used in the second person singular in Mexico, but "vos"
is used in Colombia. So which is "American Spanish"?
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