CJKI Arabic Verb Conjugator Description
The best-reviewed verb conjugator for Arabic is now available for Android devices! The CJKI Arabic Verb Conjugator (CAVE) is an easy-to-use Arabic-English conjugator that provides exhaustive coverage of linguistically accurate conjugation paradigms for over 1,600 Arabic verbs, making it the ultimate tool to master the complexities of the Arabic verb system. Designed from the ground up to be a highly effective learning aid, CAVE stimulates a desire to learn by providing rich content in an easy-to-use interface that gives instant access to detailed information on every aspect of Arabic verb conjugation. Now, we have added the ability for learners to test their knowledge of the paradigm of a verb, tailoring the extent of the tests using the usual filtering mechanism. Here are just a few of the great things that iOS users have written about CAVE: " Not only is this the best app of its kind, it's the most effective tool anywhere for conjugating Arabic verbs." " This app really is a great help for anyone who wants to write a text in arabic or study the language." " Not only is this the best app of its kind, it's the most effective tool anywhere for conjugating Arabic verbs." Arabic teachers and educators have also praised CAVE as a powerful learning tool that promises to revolutionize Arabic pedagogy: “This well-designed and practical app provides quick access to a full range of Arabic verb conjugations, and is useful and beneficial for mastering Arabic verbs and their numerous inflected forms.” ― Karin Ryding Professor Emerita, Georgetown University Author, A Reference Grammar of Modern Standard Arabic KEY FEATURES • covers 400,000 conjugated forms of over 1,600 Arabic verbs • clearly pronounced audio for all 400,000 conjugated forms • concise English translations for all conjugated forms • testing mode with filtering options • learner-friendly romanization indicating word stress • user-friendly interface of outstanding design • immediate access from any conjugated form, tense or root • search for verbs in Arabic script, Roman script, or English • filters display subsets such as negative forms, English/romanization, plural/singular/dual, and much more • no Internet connection required • history and bookmarks ABOUT CJKI The CJK Dictionary Institute (http://www.cjk.org) is directed by Jack Halpern, editor of the New Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Kenkyusha) and The Kodansha Kanji Learner's Dictionary, now standard reference works.