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how do you say "decided to involve themselves'"

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How does one say "to involve themselves". The actual context is "they decided to involve themselves"...that's a little to much tense action for me!

ellos decidieron para entranarse?

(sorry, am very busy trying to translate this document, I will participate more fully on this forum when I have a sec)

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updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by Morgan

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Thanks so much! I used decidieron participar. I had had 'decidieron para entranarse' but then i started to think that was bad and didn't know how to conjugate the entranarse.

Morgan, bienvenido al foro smile

entranarse does not exist, so you must have got this wrong somehow.

However, to find out about a conjugation, just click on the tab at the top "conjugation" and introduce a verb, the conjugator will show you all tenses.

Decidieron meteres could be misunderstood.

meterse can mean to meddle with other people's lives.

updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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Thanks so much! I used decidieron participar. I had had 'decidieron para entranarse' but then i started to think that was bad and didn't know how to conjugate the entranarse.

updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by Morgan
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sure,sure,sure

just kidding LOL

updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by 00769608
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Believe me Gus, I didn't copy your answers, all my own work, cool smile

updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by Eddy
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How does one say "to involve themselves". The actual context is "they decided to involve themselves"...that's a little to much tense action for me!

ellos decidieron para entranarse?

(sorry, am very busy trying to translate this document, I will participate more fully on this forum when I have a sec)

How about "decidieron meterse" or "decidieron participar"

updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by Eddy
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Decidieron involucrarse....good
Decidieron meterse not too good, but ok
Decidieron participar....better

updated ABR 17, 2009
posted by 00769608
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