Verb Conjugator Resources
Verbs can be one of the trickier things to master. On one hand, the conjugations mostly follow patterns, on the other hand — there are so many tenses, forms, and exceptions. A good reference can make a big difference!
We've put together a running list of some useful verb conjugations resources for multiple languages.
Timothy Brown last edited by Timothy Brown
I use the Linguasorb app for my Spanish conjugations. I examined quite a few apps and found that this one had all the features I was looking for in such an App. It has lots of tenses, the ability to quiz yourself and an easy to use interface. Definitely recommend.
Streit Eric last edited by
if you are using Linux, and learning French, there is the "Verbiste" program you can install.
Check your package manager.
A very good program.
There are many french websites to conjugate french verbs because even french people wonders : "Is there a -s at this end ? Is it a -t or a -d ?"
It works with the infinitive form but also with the verb in any tense.
ex : sachent -> savoir (subjonctif présent, 3ème personne du pluriel.)
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Salla Kälkäinen last edited by
This is the only Estonian verb conjugator I found. Haven't used it much yet, but seems pretty good.
Les Cullen last edited by
I really like this French verb conjugator. In fact, the whole site is very instructive.