Tool for Portuguese conjugation practice
I created this tool for practicing Portuguese verb conjugations. I never really liked learning them before, but for the first time I actually enjoy cramming them. :-) Considering the large number of entries in the database, there must still be some errors in it, so please report it on the answer page if you see one.
I hope it helps you guys, too.
one word : absolutely great!!! (actually that's 2 words...) just tried it and it's addictive! Thanks a lot for what you're doing!
You're the best! I love your website and have also been cramming those conjugations HARD. I'm gonna crack them! (eventually...). Thank you so much.
Absolutely wonderful! I just started to try it and loved it. Thank you for sharing!
Maybe a timeline that shows how you improve in percent? Or the number of practices one has done and performance. I just enjoy seeing that I've done some work and that I'm improving, a luxury really. What are the hardest verbs and tenses for you? For me VEM, VIR, IR and SER are super hard, I'm focusing on present, preterite and imperefct for now, and the option to input which verbs you want to practise is ingenious, I'm loving it!
Yes, I'm planning to. Similarly to the stats you can see now if you register and do listening practice exercises. But at the moment, the number of possible configuration is too high and too diverse to compare the results. My idea is to add preset configurations and you could save your own configurations as well. Then the stats would be comparable with the same presets.
Too bad that I have 3 exams until the end of next week and can't put enough time into this until then. :-(
this is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you could make a tool like this for prepositions, I would love you forever!!! (i struggle more with prepositional phrases than anything else)
If anyone still reads this topic: Now you can track your results with pre-defined levels or your own saved settings.
Hey, thanks for this. I'm looking for a tool that allows me to translate English verbs into Portuguese (i.e. typing "Eu faço" when prompted with "I do") instead of conjugating based on the name of the verb form. Would you be willing or able to add that functionality?