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    • Missing Esperanto verbs

      Several verbs in the Esperanto top 50 are returning 404 not found. Of the ones I could find missing, they all have a character with an accent. I could not find any missing verbs which contained no accented characters. That being said, one verb with an accent was found just fine.
      Screenshots: 404 verbs not found https://imgur.com/a/zknrzFz

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      • Many verbs (at least in Polish and Esperanto) are being incorrectly translated to "to do"

        This occurs both on the page for those verbs, and also in the search box.
        Example: https://imgur.com/a/d524r0m

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        • Portuguese conjugator is missing many simple key tenses

          The portuguese conjugator is missing the simple subjunctive tenses like the present, past imperfect, future, and the indicative simple plusquamperfect. Also missing the nominal forms like the infinitive, personal infinitive, gerund, the past participles, compound gerund and compound inifinitive.

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          • correct some Dutch words

            Hi there, I saw some imperfections.
            I put the correct translations in capitals:

            About Dutch conjugation
            Dutch conjugation is a process in which Dutch verbs are modified to accord with various other features of the phrase.

            In Dutch, you can conjugate verbs by these major factors:

            person and number - the verb changes depending on the person it is referring to, e.g. 'ik doe' - 'I do', or 'we doen' - 'we do',
            tense and aspect - Dutch makes a distinction between present ('ik val' - 'I fall'), past ('je werkte' - 'you worked') tenses; although, future 'ich zal wekren'…

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            • Many of the Japanese conjugation example sentences are nonsensical

              Quite a few of the example sentences for Japanese are translated wrongly, often to the point where the translation doesn't match the original sentence at all. For example, on the "だ" page, one of the example sentences is "私の任務は ストライク・パッケージ に於ける 自動攻撃システム(AIS)です" which translates roughly to "My task is [to operate] the automatic attack system in the strike package", yet it is simply translated into "Why?". Some sort of user-based submission/verification system for the example sentences would help massively (not just for Japanese, but for all languages).

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              • You congugate Quranic verbs and nouns too and use a systematic order

                Verbs : نَصَرَ
                نصَرَا
                نصرُوْا

                نصَرَتْ
                نصرَتَا
                نَصَرْنً

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                • 1 vote
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                  • 1 vote
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                    • 1 vote
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                      • 1 vote
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                        • Check Common Polish verbs #7 and #46 are the same (znać)

                          Check Common Polish verbs #7 and #46 are the same (znać)

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                          • Italian is the language that organized and distributed THE alphabet of today throughout Europe, then to the world.

                            Please suggest that the writing has been invented in India (Harappa) and Europe (VInca) today Belgrade, and NOT in Mesopotamia.

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                            • Print the verb conjugations

                              Very nice app, would be great to print out conjugation sheets for classes! ;)

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                              • Correct zgadywać (Polish)

                                Zgadywać in Polish means "to guess", not "to do".

                                Congrats for the wonderful website!

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                                • check your conjugation of the Italian verb "cavarsela":

                                  For plural composed tenses you have, for example: "ce l'eravamo cavati", with an "i" at end of "cavat..", presumably because it's plural, "noi". But that disagrees with a prominent expert on Italian grammar: Roberto Tartaglione's website (http://www.scudit.net/mdwcavarsela.htm) conjugates it as "ce l'eravamo cavata", the "cavata" agreeing with the "la" in "ce la". Who's right??

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                                  • Make an app.

                                    I think it will be so amazing if this is an app. Still this is an amazing work. But recently the conjugator doesn't work...why?. Thank you so much

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                                    • 1 vote
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