posted by Cam on .
How do you parse the verb 'deciden'
Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Since you don't say which tense, here is the Present Indicative:
decidir = to decide
yo decido = I decide, I do decide, I am deciding
Most textbooks don't include vosotros/vosotras so let me know if you need that form.
Note that there are 3 possible English translations for each form, except, of course, the infinitive form which has no subject or time.
That word is an already-conjugated form of the infinitive verb "decidir". It means "they decide" or, for Ustedes (formal plural you) "you decide".
how would write the Mood, Number, voice, and conjugation of the word 'Deciden'
The Mood means either the Present Indicative (which I gave you) or Conditional, or Subjunctive. What do YOU mean by "mood?" As for voice, it is active or passive. What do YOU mean by "voice?" The conjugation is what I gave you above with the Present Indicative.