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Old September 08, 2009, 08:21 AM
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El voseo is the subject of "No se usa", so it can't also be the direct object. "No lo usan en España" or "No se usa en España".
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Old September 08, 2009, 08:27 AM
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El voseo is the subject of "No se usa", so it can't also be the direct object. "No lo usan en España" or "No se usa en España".
Muy bien, nunca lo había supuesto. ¿Cuánto tiempo has estudiado español? Lo hablas bien
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Old September 08, 2009, 09:10 AM
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Cinco años en el cole y dos meses intensivos (30 horas a la semana) en una escuela de idiomas, y además llevo más de dos años viviendo en países hispanohablantes.
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¿Es el voseo usado en otros lugares que aparte de/además de Argentina?

Se le usa, al menos, en Uruguay y Guatemala y en algunas regiones de Bolivia y Colombia.
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¿Vosotros decís "se le usa"? No me había fijado

Nosotros a este tipo de oración la llamamos "pasiva refleja impersonal" (se hace, se dice, se comenta, ...), siempre en tercera persona y sin pronombres átonos. Si usamos los pronombres átonos, ya no es pasiva refleja impersonal (se lo dije, etc.)
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Old September 08, 2009, 12:09 PM
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Bueno, sí... aquí es más común que "se usa"... nos suena raro "se lo usa", pero sé que ese "lo" es frecuente en otros países.
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A mi personalmente "se usa", "se lo usa" y "se le usa" me suenan muy, pero muy normales al oído. (lo pusé en orden de uso)
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