Conjugate spanish verbs

Spanish is – aside from English and French – one of the most learned languages in Germany. More and more schools are offering Spanish classes, and more and more Germans want to learn Spanish outside school and in their spare time. Unlike in English, the conjugations of the verbs are not so simple and easy to learn. As in other languages, there are a lot of regular Spanish conjugations, but also many irregular verbs that make learning a lot more difficult. But do not dispair, as there is a new way to view conjugated Spanish verbs. From now on, croDict is offering the opportunity to desplay Spanish conjugations. It is very easy: Just click the Spanish flag next to the large search field, and thus enter the Spanish learning area. Now enter the Spanish verb you are looking for, and croDict will find the complete conjugation for you. It doesn’t matter if you enter the infinitive or an already conjugated verb form, as the program will recognize the verb anyway. Within seconds, the Spanish conjucation will be shown in Present, Past, Present Perfect, Future I, and Future II. Not only Spanish, but also French, German, English, and Croatian conjugated verbs, can be searched and displayed.

You can easily create a flashcard on croDict in order to record this large amount of conjugations. The flashcards can contain as many translations, conjugations, declensions, etc. As you wish, as any flashcard is created and saved individually. You can share your flashcards anytime with your friends. This way, you can learn together and test each other. Of course, you can also complete, correct, or edit already saved flashcards. You cannot only use the croDict flashcards for conjugated Spanish verbs, but also for your own translations in all kinds of languages. As almost every language uses special characters, you need to select the language before creating a flashcard. This way, you can use all the language’s special characters.

croDict has been a permanently increasing German-Croatian online dictionary, for years now. During the last years, it has been completed by a German-English and a Croatian-English dictionary. In order for our vocabulary to remain up-to-date and to increase further, we are offering a way to suggest translations in these languages. All proposed suggestions will be revised by native speakers and corrected if necessary, so that only correct translations will be displayed. Thus, croDict’s high standard can be guaranteed for the future, and croDict can also be used for school and business. Recently, croDict has been offering conjugations in Spanish, Croatian, and French, as well as vocabulary flashcards.

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