Learn Spanish & French Verbs 4+

Verb Dojo: study conjugation

Kevin Quisquater

    • 4.8 • 646 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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NEW: 300 verbs, Dark Mode, iPad version and multi-device Sync button!

Verb Dojo, the fastest and easiest way to learn Spanish and French verb conjugations!

Learn in 5 simple steps:

• Select a verb and tense
• Study the conjugation
• Answer Multiple Choice Questions
• Type in the answers
• Review verbs after 24h, 10 days, 30 days and 60 days (spaced-repetition algorithm).

I care about your privacy: your data never leaves your phone or the iCloud/iTunes backups of your phone. None of your habits data is saved to a server (except iCloud's servers).

VERB DOJO PREMIUM FEATURES
- Unlimited verbs
- Spaced-repetition review after 24h, 10, 30 and 60 days.

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Feel free to get in touch via the app if you have any feedback or suggestion, I read all your emails!

Hope you'll be fluent in no time!
Kevin

What’s New

Version 2022.1

Happy New Year!
No visual changes in this update.
— Kevin

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
646 Ratings

646 Ratings

AnAveragePotato ,

Great app for drilling French verbs

Great app for drilling in those words. It introduces you to the chart, familiarizes you to the conjugated forms by presenting a multiple choice and then has you write it out. Very effective.

I wonder if there is an option for batch studying words though (and randomizing tenses). It’s kind of tedious to keep switching tenses on one word and then move one word to the next. Also, I noticed theres no passé composé tense despite there being passé simple. Passé composé is very very commonly used in both colloquial and written forms, while passé simple is strictly very literary and used to describe events far disconnected from the present (aka past historic). Please put in passé composé 😭🙏

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much!
Randomizing verbs is a great idea, I’ll think about how I could implement that.
About adding the tense “passé composé”: I actually do not add any verb that uses an auxiliary verb (avoir and être), because that’s all you need to study: just learn avoir and être at the indicative present, and then you are able to conjugate any verb at the passé composé, as long as you know the participe passé. If you don’t agree with this and think you would still like to have the passé composé in the app, I’d love to discuss it with you so please contact me by email via the app.
Thanks!
Kevin

tbatch27 ,

I wish I found this app sooner!

Just downloaded this app a few days ago and it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for. I simply want to regularly review/test myself on specific verb conjugations for top Spanish verbs. I appreciate that you can review specific things like the imperfect of “ser” or the present tense of “hacer.” Other apps/sites I’ve seen only let you review random conjugations of random verbs vs focusing on something specific.

Additionally, I appreciate that the review is multiple choice and typing the words out to ensure you really know it.

I plan to use this app each day to learn a new conjugation and be regularly tested.

Maura J ,

So far so good!

Verbs. Conjugation. That’s it! I was thrilled to find this. I have been making flash cards on Quizlet but this app already has all these verbs! So far, it’s the list of the 100 most used verbs, (he has included every conjugation) but I think I read a note saying he was planning to add more.
If you struggle at all with verb congregation (I was fine until I hit the Spanish pretérito), this is the app for you.

Edit: Still a great app. Still using it every day, gradually adding to my vocabulary. It even helps me use the rare verbs I learn that are not on here.

Developer Response ,

That’s awesome to hear, thank you! Would you like more verbs already? Feel free to email me to let me know.
Kevin

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