Conjugate french verbs
For years now, French has been the most popular optional subject for many pupils, and this won’t change in the future. Unlike in English, the French conjugations are not that simple. There are some regular verbs, to be sure, but to every learner’s sorrow there are also a lot of irregularly conjugated French verbs. But from now on, there is a new possibility to find out the conjugations of many French verbs. In addition to German verbs, English verbs and Croatian conjugated verbs, croDict is now offering to display Spanish and French conjugated verbs. It is very easy to find the requested conjugation of a verb. Just select the French flag next to the search field. You are now in our French area. Then enter the verb. You can either enter the infinitive or any conjugated form.
croDict’s program will recognize the searched verb and will show you the complete conjugation in present, past, present perfect, and the two future forms future I and future II. Next to the conjugated verb form you will find the French personal pronoun. Thus, the allocation will be easy and quick for you.
For keeping track of all the verbs and verb forms you best create a relevant flashcard on croDict. This way, you can view, learn, and test yourself with the conjugated French verb yet again. You can publish your flashcards and share them with friends, so that you can learn in groups of two ore more people. Just split the verbs or vocabularies and learning will be faster and as effective as before. Another advantage of sharing your flashcards: possible mistakes in your own flashcards will be recognized by others who can comment your flashcard and let you know the correct translation.
It is very simple to create, enhance, and save flashcards on croDict. Saved flashcards can be completed any time. If you create a second flashcard with the same word, a warning note will appear, thus avoiding duplicates in your vocabulary. The flashcards can of course not only be used for French vocabulary, but also for all kinds of other languages. The special characters will be shown as soon as the language has been selected.
Originally, croDict has been a German-Croatian dictionary, and was the first Croatian-English dictionary. Throughout the years, croDict added a German-English and an English-Croatian dictionary. Recently, croDict is offering the possibility to create flashcards and to view conjugated verbs in French, Spanish, and Croatian.