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    I am trying to translate the Spanish verb "yacer" third-person past tense (modo indicativo).

    ("hacer"--> "hizo"; "yacer"--> ?).

    Are there any takers?

    Waldo in Washington

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish...acer.2C_to_lie

    or Google for: yacer conjugation

    I was going to recommend VerbOS:

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/verbos

    which I have installed on my computer but found I couldn't get it past "xerografiar".

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    "Xerografiar" is just a 1st conjugation regular verb. You can conjugate "xerografi-ar" as any other 1st conjugation verb i.e. "am-ar".

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    Hi everybody! The correct conjugation for the verb "yacer", third person, past tense (indicative mode) is "yació"

    I found the verb conjugation in the web page of the Real Academia Española:
    http://www.rae.es/

    Good luck!


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    "yació" es lo correcto.

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    "Yacer" means "to lie" (lying on a bed) so the past indicative would be "lied"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spanish_Angler
    "Xerografiar" is just a 1st conjugation regular verb. You can conjugate "xerografi-ar" as any other 1st conjugation verb i.e. "am-ar".
    Yes, it's just that the person who has been creating VerbOS has not got past xerografiar in the alphabetical list of verbs - hence yacer is not covered yet.

    A useful online conjugator is:

    http://www.logosconjugator.org/owa-v...e_page?lang=en

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