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Old December 24, 2009, 02:30 PM
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Perseguir

Is the present indicative conjugation for "perseguir" correct in the dictionary? I thought it would be "persigo", etc.
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Persigo is correct. Good catch. Other conjugations are incorrect, as well.
The verb seguir, and all that conjugate like it, also need fixed.
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It's scary that I caught that. Seems like I'm learning something or another....
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Yo creo que es parecido a los otros verbos como deshacer (yo deshago) predecir (yo predigo) . Lo que estoy pidiendo es ¿los sufijos les efectúan a los conjugaciones de los verbos básicos?

Espero que sea así porque hace el trabajo de conjugar los verbos más avanzados fácil

¿Cómo se diría "root verb"? (predecir
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Bob - you're not saying that the conjugations are wrong in the Tomisimo dictionary, are you? I think that you're talking about similarities in conjugation, right?
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Persigo is the conjugation.
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I see I posted in the wrong forum. Sorry, Rusty........
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Bob - you're not saying that the conjugations are wrong in the Tomisimo dictionary, are you? I think that you're talking about similarities in conjugation, right?
Si me pregunto sí la conjugación de los verbos como, hacer, decir, ect. son afectados después de añadir un sufijo como deshacer, predecir
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Si me pregunto sí la conjugación de los verbos como, hacer, decir, ect. son afectados después de añadir un sufijo como deshacer, predecir
Pienso que esto sería una pregunta buena para el foro de gramática. Este tema es sobre una equivocación en la conjugación en Tomísimo para "perseguir"..... ¿Ves mi respuesta sobre "wordreference" en tu pregunta sobre los examenes? Está relacionado.
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Pienso que esto sería una pregunta buena para el foro de gramática. Este tema es sobre una equivocación en la conjugación en Tomísimo para "perseguir"..... ¿Ves mi respuesta sobre "wordreference" en tu pregunta sobre los examenes? Está relacionado.
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