verb aspect

Discussion in 'Grammar & Pronunciation' started by MaxiKolbe, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. MaxiKolbe

    MaxiKolbe New Member

    The site
    is amazing for learning the declensions of nouns and I found it through this forum.
    Pity it doesn't handle adjectives in the same manner although it does give the comparative and superlative.
    Does anyone know a site where one could input a verb and get a list of its different aspects?
    To my mind, this is more difficult than declining nouns.
  2. Wicker808

    Wicker808 Well-Known Member

    I agree: conjugating for aspect is harder than declining nouns. I don't know of any automated service that will do this for you. Nevertheless, aspect is a favorite subject of mine, so I'll take this moment to advertise a guide I put together a while. It's neither comprehensive nor automatic, but it might be helpful.
  3. Alexx

    Alexx Well-Known Member

    It looks good to me, at least I learned that aspect is "vid" :).
  4. MaxiKolbe

    MaxiKolbe New Member

    Thanks, the eminem.kvalitn... review helps.
  5. phi11ip

    phi11ip Well-Known Member

    Don't know of anything online. Probably the most useful book is "401 Czech Verbs" by Bruce Davies and Jana Hejduková. See here for more details.

  6. MaxiKolbe

    MaxiKolbe New Member

    Thanks Phil, 401 czech verbs is a book I must get.

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