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I have Spanish homework. In class we are reading the book "Don Juan Tenorio por Jose Zorilla" and we have a vocabulary sheet for the book. One of the words is "cayo en rodillas" accent on the "o'" en cayo. Please help!!! Much appreciated!!

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cayó en rodillas="He fell to his knees" (roughly)

cayó is the third person singular preterit of caer, which means "to fall" and rodillas is the plural form of "knee".

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Thank you so much!! I looked it up and thats what the dictionary said but I wanted to make sure!!

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