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Found the perfect app

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So today I was try to find an app for spanish verb and I did called spanish verb conjugation there a free version and one you pay for like for 1.99 I think in the App Store. I have both. That is how I got thru chicken little with this app. I though you might like to know.

4 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/TrioLinguist

Sometimes I don't understand why people dislike these. He/She is just trying to be a helpful part of the community.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/CattleRustler

I have a free app on my phone (android) called 4001 Spanish Verbs from Google app store. It let's you search in english or spanish, and shows every possible conjugation for the verbs, including gerund and participle. I use it when I am not in front of a pc (where I use spanishdict.com for verbs/translation etc). It's a pretty good little app.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/superdaisy

So we can turn this into an actual conversation, what if we share other apps that we have found helpful? Links for bonus points and ease of finding things.

MindSnacks is slightly at odds with Duolingo in that there's also a progression. But the games are surprisingly fun, and I appreciate the mixing of visuals and audio. My main complaint is that they teach many concepts by basically having you memorize sentences, but don't change those sentences around. https://www.mindsnacks.com/

Verb Forms Little: basically a flashcards app for verbs, but with multiple ways to practice. No complaints yet. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spanish-verbs-conjugation/id395600850?mt=8

Los Verbos: Another flashcards app for verbs. I appreciate the multiple ways to practice. My version has the words in a less-than-perfectly-legible font, and I'd prefer to be able to change that. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/los-verbos/id611066022?mt=8

SpanishTT: This one is interesting. It has you build sentences word by word, and asks you to choose the gender, conjugation, etc at every step. It's more than just a "write this sentence" assessment, you're basically being asked to demonstrate that you know why you're choosing that word. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spanish-touch-trainer/id395126280?mt=8

4 years ago

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Rozzie
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Gracias for replying

4 years ago