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  2. 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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  4. Add a clearly recognisable icon to the search function, the usual magnifying glass, for example.

    Most of the time this site, which by the way I think is a great idea, simply doesn't work.

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  5. Imperative pronoun for Arabic

    The pronoun related for imperative
    should be anta, anti, antumaa, antum and antunna
    However, it is stated as hiya instead of antumaa
    Please correct it.

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  6. μπορούσα

    Shouldn't "μπορούσα" be translated to "I could", not "I was caning"?

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  7. Not to be

    Surely the verb 'brakować' means 'to be missing/to be lacking'?
    The verb 'być' is 'to be'

    Brakuję mi ciebie = I miss you etc

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  9. Mobiliniu app

    Sveiki! Aš mokausi lietuviu kalbu, ir man labai patinka cooljugator! Aš galiu kurti mobiliniu app...Mes galime dirboti kartais, idomu?

    Pagarbiai,

    Markas

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  11. not in verb list: выглядеть

    выгляжу
    выглядишь
    выглядит
    выглядим
    выглядите
    выглядят
    выглядел
    выглядела
    выглядели

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  13. Passive Voice

    I would like to see the Passive Voice in the verb tables

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  14. advanced searching

    It would be great if i could find a desired vern not only by entering the exact basic form. For an instance : i write "ανάγκασαν" and the searching system directs me to its basic form - "ανάγκαζω"

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