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  1. Conjugation nation is a decent app, but it lacks a vital mood for conjugation; the negative imperative. Although it is classed under imperative, it conjugates differently from giving positive commands and needs to be practiced in its own right.
    Especially in the most important commands (to the informal second person singular and plural)

    Habla!
    No Hables!!

    Hablad!
    No Habléis!

    And it's also good for users to recognize and learn that the formal moods do not change between negative and positive, a mistake learners can make.

    It's important to know this by heart in Castellano, so it would be very handy…

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  2. It would be great to allow a rewind while doing the test, especially to access the conj.-table in case of an incorrect answer. While the correct form is displayed after an incorrect answer, I find it even more helpful to have the full reference for the selected tense.

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  3. This may have been addressed already, but I would like to see the vocabulary list expanded. I've come across a few verbs that my Spanish 2 students need to learn that are not included in the current version of CN (like 'torcerse'). It would also be helpful to add the option to make verbs reflexive (mover to moverse, for example).

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  5. I am learning Castellano in Argentina, and I bought the app that contained "all conjugations" only to find that there is no vos!!

    Please add this!

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    Hey Evan, this is a great idea. I’ve studied vos when I was in Argentina. I have a lot of other things to work on with limited time right now, so I’m going to move this to planned, but it won’t be worked on for a few months.

  6. It's confusion to have "Je" when the following verb is starting by a vowel.
    Could you put an option : "Je/j'"
    A larger list of verbs.

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  8. Really got to add this so we know we are saying the word correctly.

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    I’d like to add this, it’s just a matter of finding time.

    You can practice your own pronunciation by saying the word yourself using the speech recognition feature.

    Let me know if you need help with that, it was quite tricky to add and I haven’t received any feedback on it, but personally I think it’s very helpful.

    Thanks for using the app :)

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