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Verbix – Tool to Conjugate Verbs
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The Verbix tool for Windows is meant to be used by those who want to learn a new language and have problems conjugating verbs. The application provides support for more than 300 languages and for each language it explains how to conjugate verbs. Select a language and you’re presented with a list of verbs; select a verb and you’re presented with its conjugated forms.

The Verbix installation file is 31.5MB in size. Run the installation file, go through the setup wizard (it’s nothing more complicated than picking one of many supported languages, picking the installation directory, and hitting Install). When you run Verbix for the first time you will be asked to enter a registration key or get a demo key. To get the aforementioned demo key you will be directed to a webpage where you need only provide your first and last name and your email address. The activation code will not be sent to your email address; it will be displayed right there on the webpage.

Using Verbix is a simple two step process.
Step 1 is to select one of the many languages Verbix supports. You will find all the languages presented as a list in a tab on the left hand side of the application’s interface. Please note that by default, only the languages with more than 100 verbs are displayed. To get the application to display all languages, you must click the Filter button from the upper left hand corner and select Show All Languages.
Step 2 is to conjugate the verbs for the language you selected. You can do that by clicking the Conjugation tab from the upper left hand corner, by hitting the Conjugate [Language] Verbs! button from the upper right hand corner (replace [Language] with whatever language you selected), or by double clicking a language from the list.

Say you want to conjugate French verbs. When you select French from the list of languages, in the Details pane to the right you will be presented with a bit of info on the French language. When you hit Conjugate French Verbs! you will be presented with the 6963 French verbs the application supports. Select a verb and you will be presented with all its conjugated forms and with more info on that verb. To select a verb you need only scroll through the list to the left and pick the verb you like.

It must be mentioned here that Verbix comes with a handy Translations function. Type in a word, like “talk” for example, and the application will translate it to French. Pick “parler” from the list of translations and you will be presented with the verb’s conjugations.

As mentioned above, when you launch the Verbix application you are invited to enter a license or get a Demo license. The demo version comes with the following annoyances: delayed start time and nag texts in the conjugation tables. Buy a Verbix license to get rid of these annoyances.

It must be mentioned here that on top of the Verbix tool for Windows, there’s an online Verbix verb conjugator tool. You can use the free online service in your browser no matter what operating system you’re on.

Conjugating verbs is no longer a problem with Verbix by your side. The application will present you with the conjugated forms for thousands of verbs from hundreds of languages.

Pros
Verbix provides support for multiple languages. It displays the conjugated forms for thousands of verbs from more than 300 languages. The application also presents a bit of info on the language you select from the list. Verbix comes with a handy Translations function: type in a word and it will be translated. There’s an online version of Verbix on top of the Windows version.

Cons
Delayed startup and nag screens in the demo edition.

You can download Verbix free here.
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Verbix has been reviewed by George Norman on 06 Jun 2012. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated Verbix 4 out of 5 stars, naming it Excellent
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