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Message 1 of 126 November 2015 at 2:53pm | IP Logged
How frequently does the vosotros conjugation come up in the DELE examination?
I live in the USA and am trying to pick up the Latin American strand of Spanish, and have therefore not focused much on the vosotros form of conjugation. E.g. when I am practicing verb conjugation I usually skip it. However I intend to take the DELE exam next May, likely at the B1 level. Since the DELE is created and managed by a Spanish university, I guess it is fair game for the exam. I am using Assimil as my main method, so I will likely still come across some use of vosotros, curiously however I am at lesson 57 of the 2014 edition and I don't think I have come across it in the main target language lesson text yet. It does come up obviously when I am going through the grammatical explanations and the grammatical appendix, I have however been tending to either skip it of at least not focus on it when practicing.
How likely is it that I will encounter it on the DELE?
Edited by haziz on 26 November 2015 at 3:57pm
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