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MaxiKolbe
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Joined: 01 Feb 2011
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PostPosted: 09-Feb-11 13:30  Reply with quote

The site
http://prirucka.ujc.cas.cz/
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.
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Wicker808
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Joined: 27 Apr 2004
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PostPosted: 14-Feb-11 11:14  Reply with quote

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.

http://eminem.kvalitne.cz/aspect.html
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Alexx
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PostPosted: 14-Feb-11 11:57  Reply with quote

It looks good to me, at least I learned that aspect is "vid" Smile.
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MaxiKolbe
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PostPosted: 14-Feb-11 17:33  Reply with quote

Thanks, the eminem.kvalitn... review helps.
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phi11ip
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PostPosted: 15-Feb-11 10:48  Reply with quote

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.

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MaxiKolbe
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PostPosted: 21-Feb-11 16:36  Reply with quote

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