Date of Award

Spring 4-2010

Document Type

Open Access Senior Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Field Group or Intercollegiate Department

Spanish

First Thesis Advisor

Milton R. Machuca

Second Thesis Advisor

Ethel Jorge

Rights Information

Elizabeth Horta

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Abstract

Something happens visiting a Spanish speaking country, where linguistic characteristics are not uniform throughout the country or region. Specifically, this research emerged from lack of knowledge of the pronoun vos, to acquire information to its introduction in the country of Costa Rica, its use, and variants, and the reasoning behind its prevalence in metropolitan regions, and certain regions around the Pitzer College Firestone Center.

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