I have a study guide (spanish translator handbook)

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The words I am wanting to look up in English are not popping up on the dictionary. Why not'

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updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by Sandra-Blackard

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convocatoria es un anuncio, ie an official announcement.
Revela may come from the verb revelar meaning to reveal ie
yo revelo
tu revelas
el, ella, ello, usted revela - he, she, it, you reveal
need more context with regards "revela"

updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Mira aquí

Wordreference.com is a good dictionary & it accepts conjugated verbs most of the time.

<http://www.wordreference.com/es/en/translation.asp'spen=revela>

<http://www.wordreference.com/es/en/translation.asp'spen=convocatoria>

updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by motley
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for example...one of the words is "revela". another one is "convocatoria". NOT on this online dictionary!

updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by Sandra-Blackard
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for example...one of the words is "revela". another one is "convocatoria". NOT on this online dictionary!

updated MAR 11, 2008
posted by Sandra-Blackard
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ok back when I was little and i thought i could learn spanish with just a dictionary i ran into the same problem. Here's the thing most words you run into are already conjugated. You will need to look up the infinitive of the verb then figure out what tense is being used.

updated MAR 10, 2008
posted by Danielle
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Hi Sandra
Why don't you post some of the words on the site. we could then advise you as to where you are going wrong.

updated MAR 10, 2008
posted by Eddy
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ugh i know english i could help you ahah

updated MAR 10, 2008
posted by ali2
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Not all words are in all dictionaries. In some, you can't use the conjugated verb. I use two, in addition to the one on this site.

updated MAR 10, 2008
posted by motley