I was unjust, you were unjust, he/she/it was unjust, we were unjust, you(all) were unjust, they were unjust1 vote
Scheduled to be fixed when the new version is pushed.
This site doesnt work anymore1 vote
Care to elaborate? It works on our end.
A second idea, on the sentences that use the word, would you think of just adding the tense so we know if we are writing similar sentences, which tense in Greek to use. It would be a fabulous touch. Again: spectacular site!!!! Thank you1 vote
Each verb inherits a particular case, done just one, others many. Maybe you could add the cases used to each verb. Many times I have doubt what cases should I use. Thank you for your service. Russian language is very beautiful but it's very hard for me.1 vote
If I put in a noun, then it could conjugate the noun into each case so that I can know if the noun is masculine or feminine. Also have audio for the words. Great job though!7 votes
Perhaps this could extend to nouns in the future, but currently it would take too much effort. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
May I suggest a feature which I find important upon studying russian?
It's a great verb conjugator you have there, however, I think that an indication of the stressed syllable, as unpredictable as it is in Russian, is missing.
Could you please add a diacritic (like перенесл -á ) to the stressed syllable, paint it bold or underline it, so that the stress stands out somehow?
Thank you very much, and Kind regards.1 vote
Thanks for the idea.
Well, do you see the Functions tab, which allow the adding of stress on verbs? Do you think that’s insufficient?
These days because of widespread use of mobile applications I suggest you to release the mobile application of cool jugator.
I'm sure it will be highly popular among russian language applications.
Thank you all for your really useful website.1 vote
We’ll think about this.
Please see here about our goals: http://cooljugator.com/blog/2016/12/16/cooljugators-mission
I am Serbian language teacher working with foreigners and there is a great need for a tool helping with verbs.1 vote
Yes, interested – if you still are, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please change and correct the bad English used to describe the tenses of verbs. For example the simple past tense of "Go" is "went" not "did go"1 vote
Hi, the ‘bad English’ is used because this is primarily a Greek verb conjugator, not an English one, so we had to simplify in order to avoid having to deal with all the numerous exceptions in the English grammar. Do you think it’s really bad if itis ‘did go’, though? :/
Hi, I enjoy using your site and I find it extremely useful. However I would love to be able to access a database with all the verbs in so I don't have to Google translate them. I feel having access to a database would make it more user friendly.1 vote
Hi. What do you mean by a database?
And you can even search in that list. Does that not work?
Please do e-mail me to email@example.com if it doesn’t and you meant something else!
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I love your website it is soo handy but when using it with the mobile its not comfortable. I would apreciate a bigger search bar so it would be easier not miss out when clicking over it to search for a new verb1 vote
Thanks for this idea! I did add the bigger search bar for Lithuanian verbs, and will try to see if I can do the same for Greek!
When I enter the verb "переводить" in Russian and choose the English meaning "to translate", it shows me the conjugation for the meaning "to lead" only.0 votes
It shows the correct version to me. Have you tried it again / on a different version / can send screenshots to firstname.lastname@example.org?
I have done extensive research and there is currently no add-on/extension that allows one to highlight a verb in Russian (not sure about other languages, but I guess it's similar) and see all forms of the verb. Since you already have this info, it would be AWESOME to see it as an add-on for Chrome. It would need to allow us to highlight not only the infinitive, though, and see all forms for that verb.3 votes
Hi Victor. This would be very interesting, but I’m not sure if I could code this right now – would you / do you know anyone who would be able to help out?
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.
"I will win": "я побежу" does not exist in Russian! Instead you use "я додлею" or "я одержу победу".1 vote
I was suggested and added побежду. Does that work? If not, please write to me at email@example.com
I have seen a few (not many) mistakes in the Greek data in this excellent site, I would like to help, but the button to report an error is broken, I get a 'page not found' error, so I cannot report errors easily. I can probably help fix it. Get in touch if you are interested.1 vote
I have e-mailed you now, thanks very much!
Some of the English translations of the Russian verbs aren't quite right. A verb that means to be upset is translated as to ripple, and a verb that means to have to do something is translated as to be in time.1 vote
Some verbs can have multiple meanings. Can you provide concrete examples?
The conjugation for future simple is very very informal. The correct tense would be θα καθίσουμε instead of κάτσουμε, for example. The same for the other future tenses.1 vote
Hi. Could you be more specific please – in that case I could change it. Which exact verbs? Please drop me an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for the effort collecting them.
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