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How do you parse the verb 'deciden'
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  • Spanish -

    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
    tú decides
    él/ella/usted decide
    nosotros/nosotras decidimos
    ellos/ellas/ustedes deciden

    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.

    Sra

  • Spanish -

    That word is an already-conjugated form of the infinitive verb "decidir". It means "they decide" or, for Ustedes (formal plural you) "you decide".

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    how would write the Mood, Number, voice, and conjugation of the word 'Deciden'

  • Spanish -

    ¡Hola, Cam!
    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.

    Sra

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