is the most obvious grammatical difference, there's also another form that's used only in Argentina
- the vos form. It conjugates much like the tu
form, and for non-native speakers, it is much easier to understand
than to reproduce
. Sometimes it and the tu
form will both be used in the same sentence, confusing things even more.
Example of usage: "¡Vos sos loco!"
Valentín to Molina in El Beso de la mujer araña
Another difference is visible in pronunciation - Spaniards pronounce "s" sounds that do not come at the end of words as "th" sounds.