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Old June 18, 2012, 01:58 PM
TomásGA TomásGA is offline
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2nd-person plural used when addressing one person

In reading historical novels, I often see the 2nd-person plural (informal) used when the person speaking is obviously addressing just one person. Was this common in "historical" times? The writing is contemporary Spanish but the usage seems archaic.
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