We’ll redo it!
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??1 vote
Mr Tartaglione’s right. Thanks, we’ll fix it and schedule it for the next site update.
Scheduled for the next site update.
Most of the time this site, which by the way I think is a great idea, simply doesn't work.1 vote
We have planned this and will do this soon with the new design.
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.3 votes
We’ve fixed this, and the fixed version will be scheduled for the next update of the site.
Shouldn't "μπορούσα" be translated to "I could", not "I was caning"?1 vote
Scheduled to be fixed when the new version is pushed.
Surely the verb 'brakować' means 'to be missing/to be lacking'?
The verb 'być' is 'to be'
Brakuję mi ciebie = I miss you etc1 vote
Thanks, we will look into fixing it with the next site update.
Falsch: Ich habe gefahren. Richig: Ich bin gefahren. Du bist gefahren, etc. (Verbs of movement are like that)1 vote
Will look into it with some new release.
Sveiki! Aš mokausi lietuviu kalbu, ir man labai patinka cooljugator! Aš galiu kurti mobiliniu app...Mes galime dirboti kartais, idomu?
Parašiau tau. :)
Will see what I can do.
Thanks for the effort collecting them.
Put a link back to the main verb list on the "word '......' not found page for quicker navigation of the site.1 vote
Ok, will try. Thanks.
Although, for now, simply hit back on the browser. :)
I would like to see the Passive Voice in the verb tables1 vote
The verb tables are planned as of now. As for the passive voice – well, you can find it already by entering the passive form of the infinitive.
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"1 vote
We might do something like that.
- Don't see your idea?