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Kaly from MakeUseOf.com is here.
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Kaly (the editor and co-founder)
||Conjugation.com is a great site that needs to be shared with K-12 educators. The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) is a state-funded project that reviews commercial electronic learning resources, free web sites, and digital textbooks for K-12 education. We would love to include a review of your site among our 3300 web reviews. Unfortunately, the small ads posted on your pages prohibit us from sharing your site with our customers. Is there any way you can make an ad-free version available?
I am interested in using your conjugation engine in part of my research. Who should I contact? Thanks!
|Noel P Heather
||My apologies, I have the feeling that this is a stupid question, however, here it is. In conjugating "come with" (see below) and many others, you show three entries under the affirmative. "do not come with" is entered twice, please explain. Many thanks, Noel
do not come with
let's not come with
do not come with
Would it be possible to obtain your list of conjugated verbs in a database or spreadsheet format? I'm working on an language processing program as a hobby and I need to find a table of conjugated verbs.
||very good answer in english
||Please advise as to how I can get a link for Parliament Tutors on your English resources links page?
Have a great weekend and thanks for the consideration!
||Just wanted to compliment your lovely website. I came across it recently and have found it very useful. I teach English to students in Vietnam and will highly recommend it to them.
||I watched "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader" tonight.
The question was past tense of the word "ring". I said "rang".
The contestant answered "ringed" and they said it was acceptable- I disagree and do not see it on your site.
||Great work! Very very useful! Easy to find verb form! User-friendly!