How to Access Spanish Verb Conjugations
On a Computer
There are two ways to access the conjugation charts for Spanish verbs on SpanishDict.com. If you already know the Spanish verb that you want to conjugate, you can click on the word "Conjugation" at the top of the page, type the Spanish verb into the search box, and then press Enter on your keyboard or click the blue arrow button in the search box. This process will take you directly to the conjugation page.
If you need to translate an English verb first, or if you would like to start from the dictionary page for a Spanish or English verb, you can type a verb (in either language) into the search box on the home page. When you arrive on the dictionary page, you can click the tab that says "Conjugation".
If you searched for an English verb and then opened the Conjugation tab, you'll initially see conjugation charts for that English verb. You'll need to click on "View the conjugation for [insert verb here]" to change the conjugation charts to the Spanish verb.
On a Smartphone or Tablet (Website Only)
If you're viewing SpanishDict.com on a mobile device, you can follow either of the options outlined above. To go directly to the conjugation search, you'll need to tap on the menu icon in the top right corner of the page (three horizontal lines) and then select "Conjugation".
The search functions work the same on the mobile version of our website as they do on the computer version, but the design of the charts will look a bit different, in order to fit the smaller screen.
In the iOS and Android App
There is no "Conjugation" section in the menu of the app. Instead, you just need to type a verb (in Spanish or English) into the search box on the home page or once you're in the dictionary (and the search box moves to the top of the dictionary page).
You will then see a little tab towards the top of the resulting page that says "Conjugation", like in the image below.
Tapping on that tab will show the conjugation charts for that verb.
The iOS version of the app (iPhone/iPad) offers the option to switch the language of the conjugations. If you need to switch languages, there will be a link just under the "Conjugation" tab on the conjugation page that says "View the conjugation for..." with a little arrow icon. Tapping on that will switch the conjugations to the opposite language.
There are some verbs, especially pronominal and reflexive verbs (e.g., sentarse, llevarse) that do not yet have conjugation information available in the app, which is why you won't see the conjugation tab if you look up a verb that includes "se" tacked on the end. For the moment, you can find the missing verbs on our website, spanishdict.com.