Playfully easy learn to conjugate verbs with Coniuno
the Conjugation Trainer for Romance verbs
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how do you say "let's go..." in Italian?
   ...andiamo?, ...andate? or perhaps was it vanno?

         "wir werden uns treffen" or "wir würden uns treffen"
             ...what was the difference again?

                      and what about the Subjunctive? or the passive voice?


... verbs make a language become alive ...

...and Coniuno is the Freeware (Donationware)
    that makes you easily learn conjugating them!

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with Coniuno:

  • you learn to conjugate verbs in the Romance languages French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Latin
  • you learn to conjugate verbs in English and German
  • you learn regular- and irregular verbs
  • you learn reflexive- and passive verbs

  • just select your mother-tongue and the training language, Coniuno then takes care of the rest
  • use the 200 verbs that come along with Coniuno or use your own, new verbs
  • use the numerous help-functions and verb tables in the program
  • Coniuno prepares all conjugations automatically and by that provides the optimal training to you

  • do not only learn by heart, but signifcantly improve your understanding of languages


  • to conjugate verbs cannot be practised often enough
  • but always taking the same few verbs only? - you will know them by heart very soon...
    and if suddenly you need another verb - then things become complicated...

  • stop torturing yourself with learning the very same verbs by heart for hours and hours!
  • understand conjugations by training a countless number of always new practical examples!

With Coniuno learning looks like this:

  • wir werden gefahren sein => saremo partiti
  • ihr hattet mitgebracht   => you had brought
  • ils ont coupé            => sie haben geschnitten
  • tu avais amusé           => avevi divertito
  • and so on...

Also such verbs can be trained:

  • ich werde schlafen gegangen sein
  • il s'était empressé
  • sbrighiamoci!
  • and so on...

And even complete sentences are possible:

  • you would search the cat   => du würdest die Katze suchen
  • wir haben ein Eis gegessen => abbiamo mangiato un gelato
  • and so on...

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