Maracucho Spanish

Region where is spoken the Marabino Spanish

The Maracucho Spanish (also called maracaibero, marabino or zuliano) is the variety of Spanish language generally spoken in the Zulia state at northwest of Venezuela and the west of the Falcón state (Mauroa Municipality). Unlike of the dialects from Caracas or the Venezuelan Andean region, the maracaibero is typically voseo. Preserves for this combination the shape of the second person plural familiar (vosotros), without apócope or syncopation, which distinguishes it from the Chilean voseo and the Rioplatense voseo, respectively.

Ending Peninsular
plural
Voseo1
singular
Marabino
singular
Chilean
singular
Standard
singular
-ir vosotros partís vos partís tú partís tú partes
-er vosotros corréis vos corrés vos corréis tú corrís tú corres
-ar vosotros cantáis vos cantás vos cantáis tú cantái tú cantas - -ir (Alternating) vosotros decís vos decís tú decís tú dices - -er (Alternating) vosotros perdéis vos perdés vos perdéis tú perdís tú pierdes - Ar (alternating) vosotros colgáis
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