Conjugation Features

If you're viewing on a computer, there are a few features available to you on all conjugation pages.

Mood Explanations

Spanish has three moods: indicative, subjunctive, and imperative. If you're not sure what those words mean, you can click on the mood label above the conjugation charts, which will take you to a page in our grammar section. 

At the top of the resulting page, you'll see a list of lessons from our interactive grammar course related to that mood. If you scroll down on that page, you'll see a written explanation that guides you through the mood and how to use it. 

Tense Explanations

There are a variety of tenses in Spanish, including the present, preterite, imperfect, and future.

When you want a quick reference for a specific tense, you can hover your mouse over the name of the tense above a conjugation chart to reveal a short explanation and an example of how it is used in Spanish and English. The example sentence will not necessarily reflect the specific verb you are looking at, but it will give you a sense of how the tense functions grammatically.

If you would like more information about what a tense name means, or if you would like to learn how to conjugate all verbs in a particular tense, you can click on the tense name, which will take you to the related lessons and explanation page. 

Once you're on that lesson/explanation page, you can scroll down past the list of lessons to find a link to our Conjugation Drill feature, where you can practice conjugating verbs in that tense and others.

Pronunciations, Translations & Examples

When viewing SpanishDict on a computer, you can also hover your mouse over any conjugation to reveal a translation, a speaker icon that you can click to hear the pronunciation of the word, and an example sentence. 

You can then click on the conjugated verb to open a full page of example sentences for that form.

On a mobile device, you can click on the speaker icon to hear how the word is pronounced.

You can also click on a conjugation to see example sentences. 

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