VerbSquirt Italian Verbs

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About this app

Get the FREE version of the most sophisticated Italian verb app on Google Play.

Unlimited different questions on 300 of the most used verbs, in all the major tenses.

Improving your Italian is a fun and rewarding activity, but learning Italian verbs can be a pain.

For English speakers learning their first foreign language, the burden of learning verb conjugations can make communication impossible and attempts at conversation frustrating.

For centuries, effective learning of Italian has involved repetition and self-testing of the different verb conjugations by the student in his own time. Now this process has been brought up to date with VerbSquirt.

Included in the free version:

Conjugation of 300+ verbs in the most important tenses for everyday communication.

Closest English translation of all conjugations of those verbs.

Integrated learning exercises to test your knowledge of the different verbs and tenses and to track your progress

Over 1,000,000 different test questions possible for each verb/conjugation

How VerbSquirt works

The need to conjugate Italian verbs on the fly can make spontaneous conversation difficult for even intermediate speakers of Italian.
VerbSquirt’s approach is to simulate the rapid recall and listening skills needed for a conversation involving Italian verbs, and to help the user improve those skills.
Instead of asking for conjugations based on a particular tense, VerbSquirt challenges the user to find the closest possible Italian translation for the English action they want to describe, or to identify the closest English translation for a particular action in Italian.
Once fluency improves, VerbSquirt helps the user gain familiarity with the different rules of conjugation for Italian verbs, and with the exceptions, leading to a better understanding of the subtleties of the language.
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Mar 7, 2022

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206 reviews
Denise Vasari
July 3, 2023
Limited explanations. Things they could improve: 1) repeating the pronunciations during exercises. You only hear the pronunciation once! 2) besides showing the English phrase at the top of the screen also show the root verb. It would make the conjugations easier to remember in the long term. 3) adding a way for the user to ask questions or add comments for the developer rather than having to use the app rating.
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A Google user
January 30, 2019
It is one day since I have installed the app and I am a true beginner. So far I find it very good.what i liked in this app compared to otjers is the English translation for all tenses which makes learning easier. Just 2 things are missing: I preferred if there was more emphasis on "Lei" as that is what we generally use in communicating within a new country. Second :Imperative verbs (formal and informal) are missing from free version. Not sure if they are included in paid one.
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A Google user
May 6, 2019
I purchased the app to unlock the rest of the tenses/moods, but apparently I can't choose them as exercise material, only as reference. Why does this happen? The app isn't half as useful if it doesn't let the user practice the more advanced tenses and moods. EDIT: I've also noticed an important mistake: the past participle isn't always in its correct form. You can't teach people "eravamo andato", this is unacceptable.
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