Activating the function: menu "Modules", "Conjugation Training, Options", "General"
The error-analysis is a function that Coniuno offers to help finding and understanding more quickly errors that happen during a conjugation training. Often errors are caused by oversight and not because one does not know the solution. For example, plural I can be asked and by mistake plural II is given as solution, etc. The simple note that the solution is wrong does not help very much here.
If the error-analysis is deactivated, then the following message appears in case of faulty solutions:
<solution> is wrong
If the error-analysis is activated, then the following error-messages are possible:
This error-message tells that the entered solution is a valid tense with this verb, however it is not the one that was asked for by Coniuno.
An example (Italian): searched for is the Indicative (Indicativo), plurale I from "andare", means "andiamo". As solution the Conditional (Condizionale) "andreste" is given. The result is:
wrong verbform: Plurale II, Condizionale, Semplice
Another example is entering a male form if a female form was asked for (or opposite), e.g. "sono andato" instead of "sono andata".
In addition, the correct parts of the solution are printed in green colour, parts of the solution that were not correct are printed in red.
This error-message appears if a solution was entered correctly, however the singular-/plural-form was chosen wrongly.
This error-message applies to the French language only and tells that a solution was entered correctly, but a not allowed singular-/plural form has been entered for an "avoir"-conjugated verb (normally happens if an avoir-verb is conjugated like an être-verb).
Example: "nous avons fermée" instead of "nous avons fermé"
This error-message applies to the Italian language only and tells that a solution was entered correctly, but a not allowed singular-/plural form has been entered for an "avere"-conjugated verb (normally happens if an avere-verb is conjugated like an essere-verb).
Example: "abbiamo mangiati" instead of "abbiamo mangiato"
More text than the searched solution was entered.
An example (Italian): searched for is Indicativo, singolare I from mangiare, means mangio. As solution entered is a not existing, wrong form of the passato prossimo, e.g. "siamo mangio".
This error message also appears if a verb was correct, but a personal pronoun was wrong (e.g. (German) "er haben gegessen" instead of "wir haben gegessen" etc.).
A solution was entered that is similar to the searched for solution.
An example (Italian): searched for is Indicativo, singolare I from mangiare, means mangio. As solution entered is a not existing, wrong form "manggio".
Coniuno checks the two first letters of the entered solution. If those are identical with searched for solution than Coniuno guesses that probably the correct verb was given in a not existing form (typos etc.).
This error message appears also if the entered solution was not recognised as the one searched for and if in addition the personal pronoun was wrong (e.g. (German) "er haben gegessen" instead of "wir haben gegessen" etc.).
The searched verb-form has several solutions (e.g. Spanish, Subjuntivo, Plusquamperfecto from andar: hubiera andado, hubiese andado). The given solution consists of more than one word (means these are possible different solutions), but they are not separated by comma, or slash. To enable Coniuno to detect multiple solutions in an entered text, the respective solutions need to be separated by comma or slash.
Some verbs have more than one correct solution, e.g. the Spanish verb "absorver", which becomes "hubiera absorvido", "hubiera absorto", "hubiese absorvido" and "hubiese absorto" in Subjuntivo, Plusquamperfecto.
These four solutions can be entered in arbitrary order or separated by comma. Also solutions can be combined to "hubiera absorvido / absorto" and "hubiese absorvido / absorto". By entering the slash Coniuno recognizes that here a combined solution has been given and internally changes the solution back to "hubiera absorvido" and "hubiera absorto".
If more than 4 solutions are given, then this error message is shown.
A multiple solution has been entered for a verb-form, however not all parts of the solution were correct.
Example (Italian): searched for is the Indicativo, singolare I from sedere, means "siedo + seggo". As solution entered was "siedo + sebbo".
Coniuno recognises the correct part of the solution "siedo" and informs in the "Info"-field about the complete solution.
This is the last possibility. Coniuno did not find any similarity to the searched for solution.