Hey Matt, there are two Pretérito Perfecto tenses. One is subjunctive, and one is "Formas compuestas comunes". Although neither require the "pretérito" of haber.
Take a look here and lmk, this is where I checked the conjugations against:
Hello Dolly, there are some reflexive verbs in there now: "prepararis", "arrabbiararsi".
What other reflexive verbs would you like?
Hi Scott, what iPhone are you using? The tense seems very legible to me, but perhaps it renders smaller on another phone
Hi Carlos? Are you still having the issue with iOS 10?
The verb count is at 500, you want more? :)
That is very strange. What iOS are you on? Can you try deleting the app and reinstalling from the app store?
I haven't heard this happen before and there haven't been any updates in awhile, so not sure what could be going wrong.
The “Essential Verb” list should cover all types of conjugations. If you nail down the essential verbs, the forms used in those apply to most of the irregular verbs.
Take a look and let me know.
Don't forget, you can make your own lists and save them! (Options -> Verbs -> Save List)
Mostly, the idea was to let the user define custom lists. It would be hard for Conjugation Nation to create these lists, because there are so many potential categories.
Perhaps the feature to add here is the ability for users to share their lists with each other.
All irregular types are covered under the Essential Verbs list, and that was our attempt to define a list that meets all users' needs.
See my comment…
What about if instead of a rewind, you can tap the screen to freeze it on the current question after you've answered.
1) incorrect answer
2) tap screen
3) quiz is stopped
4) you can swipe up to reveal the table
5) click done to return to the frozen quiz
6) swipe to the left to advance to the next question
This would be a lot easier than having a rewind, and I think you'll get all the benefits.
I'm the developer, btw.