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  1. Bigger search bar

    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 verb

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  2. Error with search

    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.

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  3. Chrome add-on for verb inflection/conjugation

    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.

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  4. 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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  6. Correction for a Russian verb

    "I will win": "я побежу" does not exist in Russian! Instead you use "я додлею" or "я одержу победу".

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  7. The feedback button on each verb is broken

    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.

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  8. Look up some of the words in Russian Dictionaries

    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.

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  9. Κάθομαι

    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.

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  10. not in verb list: выглядеть

    выгляжу
    выглядишь
    выглядит
    выглядим
    выглядите
    выглядят
    выглядел
    выглядела
    выглядели

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  12. Mistake?

    Please check the word "αποκτώ".
    I think there is a mistake on the page in the present form of the 1st person.
    Thank you.

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  15. Have a way of connecting similar meaning verbs

    If I could compare similar verbs, I would understand the differences better and learn faster.

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  16. Passive Voice

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

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  17. Include a passive voice

    The Greek conjugator, at least, does not include a passive voice and all verbs are conjugated in the active voice.

    (e.g., for past tense,

    Active - ίδρυσα
    Passive - ιδρύθηκα)

    Thanks!

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    Hello. As for the passive voice – well, you can find conjugations of it already by entering the passive. Since verbs do not necessarily have a strict “passive,” and not to overburden the site, I chose to keep them apart.

  18. Adding another language

    I'm a native Portuguese speaker and, if you want to add another language, I could help you with the verbal conjugations. Just let me know.

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  19. Random verb

    Add a feature that goes to the page of a random verb from the list of all verbs for the given language.

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  20. 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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