German verb conjugation and forms.

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An instant answer that gives me information about German verbs.

For example, if I enter "paste tense of essen", it should give me "aß".
Or, if I enter "subjunctive preterite essen", it should give me something like:
ich äße wir äßen
du äßest ihr äßet
er äße sie äßen
Instant Answer name: German verbs

Wiktionary has good conjugation tables for most German verbs.
• posted 3 years and 24 days ago

Excellent idea! Also for others languages
posted by fduck 3 years and 22 days ago Link
anonymous is likely going to be the best source, but the site it not categorized by language (I assume for instances that a word exists in multiple)

I'm not 100% sure how implementing IAs works, but I assume it could work so that the term "_____ conjugation" triggers a blurb from the page:[word]#[a language if, present in the search)
eg: "dormir french conjugation" brings
posted by <hidden> • 3 years and 20 days ago Link
it is formatted with a chart though, so I'm not sure how sorting through that would work
posted by <hidden> • 3 years and 20 days ago Link