Which language are you referring to exactly? Could you give some examples of these forms?
Please add numbers, два, двух, три, трое, троем, etc. I can't find how to decline these anywhere online.
Numbers in various cases would be very helpful. I never know how to form a sentence in Russian because I don't know the numbers in all of the cases. Два, двух (I don't know which case this is). Три, трое, троих, etc.1 vote
tag the icons with pop up words describing what they do -- I clicked on the X to see what it would do and it submitted request for removal1 vote
Fekszik = I lay (but not I lie)1 vote
Russian verbs shown as imperfective on the page: when I find a verb, I can see whether it is perfective or imperfective, however the pair is always shown as imperfective. I've tried with many verbs, and the result was the same. For example: говорить is shown like this: Говорить [Govorit'] (to speak) conjugation -
This verb can also mean the following: tell, say, talk.
This verb's imperfective counterparts: сказать, поговорить, BUT сказать is perfective! This should be corrected. Or do I misunderstand the concept of the page? Thanks!1 vote
I am using cooljugator (lithonian) than one year. It helps me a lot. Not one day without it.
Now your new site is a lot more comfortable, clear and extensive. I also tried istorijas trumpas. But thats pretty difficult stuff.
Thanks for that side.3 votes
the site is the same, but no text at all. from all browsers. all squares are blank.1 vote
Should work now with the new version: https://cooljugator.com
Your site is FABULOUS!! But---- if I look up, say, verb 3,000, then there's no button anywhere to take me back to the top so I can look up my next verb. Instead, I must scroll back through all 3,000 verbs to reach the top.1 vote
Thanks for the idea. We are considering adding this to the new design – but why not just scroll to top with your browser’s scrollbar? Or do you mean the mobile version?
Hi. Can you give us the concrete word(s) you’re commenting about? Thanks.
with 'fahren' we use 'sind', but not 'habben'1 vote
Maybe in the future.
Hi Linus, I just bought your Interlinear book and now I discover this great resource ! I saw that you'd declined a previous request for sound files for Russian files. The thing is that there is lots of online Russian resources and so it is less critical. I was looking though for Lithuanian and there is practical nothing out there apart from Pimsleur's very brief spoken phrase book. If you look at the conjugation of Valgyti as an example you'll see that there is very little difference between the different conjugations and therefore it's impossible to understand the difference in speech from the written form. Unfortunately Google translate doesn't have speech for Lithuanian so there really is nothing. I realise that it's a huge amount of work to do everything, but could you add sounds for one or two conjugations so we can understand the difference ?
Hi Linus, I just bought your Interlinear book and now I discover this great resource ! I saw that you'd declined a previous request for sound files for Russian files. The thing is that there is lots of online Russian resources and so it is less critical. I was looking though for Lithuanian and there is practical nothing out there apart from Pimsleur's very brief spoken phrase book. If you look at the conjugation of Valgyti as an example you'll see that there is very little difference between the different conjugations and therefore it's impossible to understand the difference in…1 vote
Thanks for the purchase of the book and this kind message.
Have you had a chance to look at this short course (also by me): http://ikindalikelanguages.com/learn/Lithuanian ?
It includes the pronunciation of each word presented there (as well as the answers). There are some conjugated words in there, so hopefully that could give you at least some idea.
For our verbs, try turning stress on – that could reveal how the words are stressed, which already should give some guidance to their pronunciation.
We may consider adding audio to some verbs far in the future, but that’s really not something we’re able to invest resources in right now.
We have also been thinking of launching a Patreon where people could vote with their support for new features – do you think that’s a good idea?
We’ll redo it!
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