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Old April 08, 2008, 07:13 PM
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"Reinaba" - home work from school 2nd grade

ok since i dont know how to spell mexican (spanish) maybe this forum might help me in proper spelling and say it... my first word is (REINABA) what does this word mean. it seems its not in the dictionary at all.. maybe its miss spell on homework. i could understand if she/he is spelling REINA MEANING QUEEN. but reinaba dont know can any one help me.. thanks.

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Old April 08, 2008, 09:28 PM
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Reinaba is a conjugated form of the verb reinar, which means 'to reign.' The conjugation means 'you, he, or she reigned (in the past, but could still be reigning, or was in the process of reigning when the main idea of the sentence occurred).' Look here. You'll find it under the Imperfecto del Indicativo heading, third person (third row down).

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Old April 09, 2008, 08:43 AM
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Welcome to the forums!

In addition to what Rusty says, another easy way of thinking about it is:

reinaba = was reigning
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