For general information, please see: administer irregular verb-infos, general
The following settings can be done for German verbs:
In this list the separable verb-prepositions are stored.
For instance the verb "einsehen" (to understand, to realise) is conjugated to "ich sehe ein" and not to "ich einsehe".
This list contains verbs that have a preposition-like beginning. However these are no prepositions and the verbs shall be built regularly. Coniuno considers verbs in this list like normal verbs and ignores the "preposition".
An example is the verb "antworten" (to respond), which seems to start with the preposition "an". The conjugation however is "ich antworte" and not "ich tworte an".
This list contains the non-separable verb-prepositions. Verbs that start with such a prefix, are building the Partizip II usually without "ge". Exemptions are verbs, those verb primitive contains only one vocal.
As examples the verbs "besorgen" (to provide, to obtain) and "beichten" (to confess) are given for the verb-prefix "be":
The verb "besorg(en)" owns the two vocals "e" and "o" in its verb primitive and becomes "besorgt" in the Partizip II, not "ge(be)sorgt".
The verb "beicht(en)" owns the two vocals "ei". However verb-combinations like "ei", "au", "eu" etc are counted like only one vocal. Its Partizip II thus uses "ge" to become "gebeichtet".
The verbs in this list contain more than one vocal in the verb primitive and start with the letters of a prefix. However, as these are no prefixes, Coniuno considers the verbs in this list as normal verbs and ignores the "prefix".
One example is the verb "beamen", which seems to start with the prefix "be". The conjugation however is "ich habe gebeamt", not "ich habe beamt".
Hint: This list exists mainly to support non-German verbs. The "ea" in beamen for instance is pronounced like one vocal is however recognised like two vocals by the German program module.
This list contains the German strong verbs. A verb in this list is indicated by the vocal that shall be replaced in the verb primitive, as well as the two conjugation forms "Präteritum" and "Partizip II".
The entry "pfeifen, ei, i, i" (to whistle) for example means, that the "ei" in "pfeifen" in Präteritum and in Partizip II will be replaced with "i", which means "pfiff" and "gepfiffen".
This list contains those verbs that look similar to strong verb, which are however no strong verbs. Coniuno conjugates the verbs in this list as weak verbs.
One example is the verb "begleiten" (to accompany). This verb is a descendant of the weak verb "leiten" (to conduct) and not of the strong verb "gleiten" (to slide).
In this list all verbs are included that are conjugated with the auxiliary verb "sein". Coniuno conjugates verbs not included in this list with the auxiliary verb "haben".
In this list all verbs are included that are conjugated either with the auxiliary verb "sein" or with the auxiliary verb "haben". Coniuno conjugates verbs not included in this list with the auxiliary verb "haben".
In this list all dative-reflexive verbs are included. These verbs are built in singular I and singular III with "mir", respectively with "dir". Verbs that are not included in this list are recognised as accusative-reflexive verbs and are built with "mich" respectively "dich" (default for all verbs).