"Kvinnen står bak stolen."
Translation:The woman is standing behind the chair.
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No, that wouldn't work. The general rule is that you take the infinitive of the verb, in this case "(å) stå", and then add an -r to make the present tense: "står".
One notable exception is the verb for "to be", which goes from "(å) være" in the infinitive, to "er" in the present tense.