Anyone know an online declension website?
Does anyone know a website, even if it's in polish where I can type a word and it'll list all the declensions for it in each case, both singular and plural? I have websites like this for Ukrainian and Russian which really helps me a lot.
The best I have is http://sjp.pl/ but it only gives some
http://sjp.pl/ — should have pretty much every possible form listed for use in a scrabble-like game, but it isn't categorized in a way that is useful for a learner. Plus not every word has definition written for it.
http://pl.wiktionary.org — not as many forms as it is present in sjp, but some words have a comprehensive declination/conjugation tables. It should help you with many common words.
https://dobryslownik.pl — unfortunately, the inflection tables are premium features, but one could find them here if you were willing to pay. Never used it, but I thought I would mention it.
Just remember that the first one only works if you input the nominative form.
I don't know about Polish, but the Russian version isn't 100% accurate.
For instance, with nouns in -ь there sometimes are problems. It can often tell masculine from feminine, but sometime it goes astray in surprising ways. Infinitives in -ть it sometimes treats as masculine in -ть (изменить изменитя изменитю... ) or like мать (играть игратери игратери... ) and the number шесть is treated as a masculine in -ть (шесть шестя шестю... ) although the number пять is declined okay. This page is better for Russian declension, plus verbs are conjugated.
As far as Polish is concerned… if the table is green, then it should be correct. If it's red, then the algorithm isn't certain and you use i at your own risk.
How do you get the plural declensions in the first website? For example for "dziecko" ?
Click the "G" icon to get the plural nominative, which you can then declinate again. But remember, if the table appears red, then the algorithm isn't sure about the answer and you use it at your own risk.
Exactly, I tried to input "dzieci" (the nominative plural of "dziecko"), and the table was red with "dzieci" everywhere, which is completely wrong, so it doesn’t seem to be a very useful website if it can’t even declinate "children"…
I have been using the (Polish) Wiktionary for some time and I find it really well done and really useful for declination/conjugation tables.