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error in Conjugation listed for "iba"

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"iba" is the first person singular conditional of the verb ir.

Esta es la descripción por "iba" en "Conjugación". Debe ser "imperfecto".

This is the description for "iba" in the Conjugation tab. It should be "imperfect".

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updated DIC 19, 2009
posted by DR1960
Thank you DR, great thread, thanks to this we found this bad error, I hope it will get fixed soon:) - 00494d19, DIC 19, 2009

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Well, to use this comment which once again sounds rude rolleyes , but DR, you know Quentin by now and know he means no harm, grumpy fella as can beraspberry, well anyway:

"Garbage in-garbage out"

this does work for my "ba" try, you introduce something senseless and you get something senseless...

I made another try and introduced "be", I got this complete nonsense. However, this is a malfunction of the system, not a mal function of the person using the conjugator, which should simply say: this verb does not exist.

updated DIC 19, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Enter a Spanish verb infinitive. Iba is not a Spanish verb infinitive. If you can't follow the rules for using the application, then I don't think that you should blame it for giving you erroneous output.

Quentin - I think I've used this site enough to "know the rules". One of the nice benefits of the revised website is you can type in a conjugated verb and it will take you to the correct list. I know that it was listed correctly below. I was just pointing out a simple error.

Please be a little more considerate with your comments. "Garbage in-garbage out"...really!?!

updated DIC 19, 2009
posted by DR1960
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Quentin, use a different approach, cmon, I don't know if you wanted to sound this so rude?

OK, I don't know about iba,,but due to my incredible and well known typing skillsraspberry, I typed "ba" instead of iba into the conjugator, and this was the result:

"ba" is the third person singular present of the verb bar.

So the conjugation of the verb ba is as follows:

Indicative Present

* bo
* bas
* ba



* bamos
* báis
* ban

Just to let you knowraspberry

For beginners: the "verb" ba does not exist, error on conjugation ;)

(reporting this right now)

(I wonder how you add the page, no idea)

updated DIC 19, 2009
posted by 00494d19
Sorry, all I was trying to say was "garbage in-garbage out". - 0074b507, DIC 19, 2009
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If you can't follow the rules for using the application, then I don't think that you should blame it for giving you erroneous output.

If you write "voy" into the conjugator you get this:

"voy" is the first person singular present of the verb ir.

and the correct conjugation of the verb ir.

This conjugator is adapted to introducing a conjugated verb!! This is a great asset, but it has to work correctly of course, otherwise it is simply confusing learners.

updated DIC 19, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Thanks a lot DR,

"iba" is the first person singular conditional of the verb ir.

this is what shows when you type in iba and it is certainly a mistake. The conjugator shows the verb conjugation correctly in the chart, but this mistake and the bad error I found by chance should not exist, thank you for pointing this out.grin

updated DIC 19, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Esta es la descripción por "iba" en "Conjugación"

Exactly how did you get to this window containing this error? I tried through the Dictionary conjugation links and couldn't get it. I tried conjugating Ir in the conjugator and couldn't get it. I did duplicate the error when I entered iba into the conjugator, but if you look at the instructions for the conjugator it states: Enter a Spanish verb infinitive. Iba is not a Spanish verb infinitive. If you can't follow the rules for using the application, then I don't think that you should blame it for giving you erroneous output.

iba

updated DIC 19, 2009
edited by 0074b507
posted by 0074b507
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