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English conjugation

  • verb : present, past and participles.
  • noun : plural
  • adjective : comparative and superlative.

French conjugation

  • verb : all moods (infinitive, indicative, subjonctive, conditionnal, imperative, participle) and all simple tenses (present, futur, past).
  • noun or adjective : plural and feminine.

e.g. : être, avoir, pouvoir, permettre, envoyer, faire, joindre, mettre

Italian conjugation

  • verb : all moods (infinitive, indicative, subjonctive, conditionnal, imperative, participle) and all simple tenses (present, futur, past).
  • noun : plural
  • adjective : plural and feminine.

Spanish conjugation

  • verb : all moods (infinitive, indicative, subjonctive, conditionnal, imperative, participle) and all simple tenses (present, futur, past).
  • noun : plural
  • adjective : plural and feminine.

German conjugation

  • verb : all moods (infinitive, indicative, subjonctive, conditionnal, imperative, participle) and all simple tenses (present, futur, past).
  • noun : plural
  • adjective : singular and plural for all genders (masculine, feminine, neutral) and all cases (nominative, accusative, genitive, dative).

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