While I love Duolingo, I would like to supplement my learning by drilling verb conjugations, something that I am still woefully deficient it. In that regard, has anyone found a website or app for practicing German verb conjugations that they like. I have found a few, but have not been entirely satisfied. Thanks for any suggestions.
What about (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Main_Page)? In this search bar at the top, type in the infinitive (and it usually works when you know a conjugated verb and want to know the infinitive), and then the site should list all the languages that have that word in them. Go to the German part and there should be a conjugation table.
Here is the conjugation of the verb "schreiben" (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/schreiben).
I hope that helps you.
Thanks for your response King. I am aware of how to find out what the proper conjugations are. What I need is to get the information into my brain. In the past, the best way I have found to do that is by incessantly drilling different verb cases and tenses. For example, for Spanish there is the excellent program Verberrator that does exactly what I am seeking.
You're welcome. If that's the case, you should try Anki or something. It is a flashcard app that makes learning vocabulary/verb tenses/conjugations (it can be used for anything, though) easier.
Viel Glück, Chris!
I have answered my own question. Clozemaster has a feature that allows one to drill verb conjugations. However, it only available with a paid subscription so I have not tried it yet. The site is otherwise great and highly recommended so I will be subscribing and improving my verbal skills shortly.
I don't know about apps or anything but I found it effective for my to just do the verb lessons over and over again although not a lot of people learn that way so it may not work for you