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Medellin Colombia, South America
|Your website is awesome, thanks for the dedicated work that you-all have done. Is there a way to see the lists of verbs versus one by one entries? In like manner have you thought about an engine that allows you to limit the headings ie Present, Past, Present Participle? This way each verb would only take one line and a list of verbs could be printed. To go along with this engine you could list only the base verb and have a box next to it that could be checked and then only these verbs would be conjugated and printed out. Again, thanks for the superb website.
I see that translation to Slovenian language is incorrect(now is "skriva ner"). Right translation is "zapisati".
Liberty Township, OH US
|This is a great site! Thanks for putting the time in to create it and to reach out to others in a way to help them. I am a programmer and I admire the way you have constructed everything. Great work!
|go||By this time tomorrow, I will be going to my summerhouse.
|this is so useful, thank you!
Elgoibar Basque Country
It's an amazing and very useful website.
We'd be very grateful if you could insert the Basque language in the translations. The following might help you: online dictionary English-Basque ---> http://www1.euskadi.net/morris/
Thanks a lot.
|glance over||steal a glance
Cranston, RI USA
|heave||Although "heaved" is correct as the past tense sing. and past tense pl. of "to heave", "hove" is also acceptable as past tense and past participle. It may be slightly more archaic or more common in nautical usage, but "hove" is a fine word and should not
|I like your site.
However, how hard would it be to put a definition of the verb being conjugated?
I needed to do "lie" as in He lied about liking your site. What I got was related to placing an object in an horizontal orientation.
Could not figure out how to find the other lie.
|You are the best!!!