I’ve made a conjugation drill for those that want to practice conjugations for verbs, い adjectives and な adjectives.
“Oh, another one?” you may ask…
Hang on because this one is a bit different than your average exercise drill. Often I found that drills would focus on one particular conjugation type and then get you to do a dozen or so. By the time you get to the end, you can perform some kind of transformation but you’ve likely forgotten why you’re doing it.
My drill gets you do three things every time:
- Understand what kind of conjugation the question gives you.
- Perform some change (or not with the trick questions, but you have to work that out)
- Answer with the new conjugation.
Currently it supports (and you can select which ones):
- Plain form
- Polite form
- Negative form
- Past form
- て form
- Progressive form
- Desire / たい form
- Volitional form
- Potential form
- Imperative form
- Passive form
- Causative form
And many combinations of the above!
The drill now has the ability to focus on particular transformations so you can tick the conjugation forms that you know but just focus on a particular transformation between them.
Please give it a try and give me your feedback!