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About Russian Verb Trainer

Learn to conjugate the 600 most common Russian verbs in all tenses and in the imperative mood. Listen to the pronunciation of conjugated forms. Track your progress with statistics.

VERB LISTS: make your own lists of verbs or use predefined lists: "All Verbs", "Basic Verbs", "Reflexive Verbs" and "Verbs of Motion".
ASPECT: learn to which aspect the verb belongs. For many verbs, the aspectual pair is provided.
PRACTICE: enter the conjugated verb form or the infinitive and get visual feedback.
VOCABULARY TRAINER: activate the options "Infinitive" and "Translation" in "Training Preferences" to learn Russian verbs.
TRACK PROGRESS: see ratings for each verb and decide which verbs to focus on.
CUSTOMIZE EXERCISE: filter the verbs based on tenses/mood and/or ratings within the selected list of verbs.
VERB CONJUGATION TABLE: for each verb, there is a conjugation table including translation, transcription, aspectual partners (if available), conjugation type and audio of all forms in present, past and future tenses and in the imperative mood.
AUDIO: conjugation forms of all verbs pronounced by a native Russian speaker.
SEARCH: quick verb search (both language directions).
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Extremely useful, well-built app.
Hannah Cusworth
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Well, when i bought i was thinking that was overpriced, but i dont have any regrets. Worth my money
Edson Henrique Klabunde
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Great app! Only noted one issue, when app switches portrait/landscape mode, it changes the current verb in the "train verb" screen, which leads to mistakes. Will you be adding support for more verbs soon?
Simon D.