Conjuin: v2.2.1 Copyright 2001 SHIRAISHI Tatsuto
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- To Mlle I.N, who always listened to my difficult computer-oriented
talk, and encouraged me to learn programming by saying, "If you have
mastered programming, give me instruction." I think maybe she doesn't
need help of this program when she reads French. But, had she not
needed it for herself at all, she would appreciate my work,
How to Use and General Information
- Enter a verb (an infinitive, one of conjugations or a participle) into
the box, then [Look Up] or hit [Enter(Return)] key (v2.0.1).
- Conjuin covers over 1240 verbs including compounds.
- If you retrieved a conjugation table by one of conjugations (did
reverse lookup), you'll find it distinguished in blue in the table.
- If your keyboard doesn't support characters with diacritic marks
(accent, circumflex or cedilla), type these marks after the letter
to which you want to add them. For example, for "e with accent
grave", type [e`], for "c with cedilla", type [c,]. Be sure to add
diacritic marks. Conjuin recognizes "liserer" and "lise'rer"
differently (They have different conjugations.)
- In order to use the full features of Conjuin, read this document
(especially "Notes" and "Knows Issues") carefully.
- Conjuin is still on the developing stage. You have to pay attention to
possible mistakes which may remain in it. If you found one, please
Questions and Comments
- I welcome your questions and comments. If you feel any difficulty to
use Conjuin, found bugs or have suggestion, please send e-mail to e-mail to me.
- The animation while Conjuin is "drawing" conjugation tables implies
the French verb conjugation system. Impératif présent, indicatif
imparfait, and subjonctif présent "derive" from indicatif présent.
Indicatif futur simple and conditionnel présent have the same root,
infinitif, in common. And so do indicatif passé simple and
subjonctif imparfait. Their root is participe passé.
- If you see a message such as "there is another conjugation" or "found
in another verb's conjugation," simply click the [Look Up] button once
more. The next conjugation table will show. Try "asseoir" or "suis",
and you will see these messages.
- Sorry, conjugation tables are "drawn" as a "picture". So you can't
- Unused or very rarely used conjugations are drawn in light gray. You
can look up such conjugations and retrieve the table, but they are
never distinguished in blue.
- Verbs with a very long stem (ex. contrebalancer) are drawn as [2
letters of the head + "-/-" + 4 letters of the tail + the
- Conjugations which contain "---" are unused or very rarely used, or
- Verbs whose participe passé varies irregularly (ex. devoir -> dû,
due, dus, dues, absoudre -> absous, absoute, absoutes), can be
searched out by these participles. Other verbs only by masculine
- pouvoir can't be searched out by puis.
- acheter type
- asseoir type
- payer type
- CONJUIN IS PROVIDED TO YOU FREE OF CHARGE, "AS IS." THE ADMINISTRATOR
OF CONJUIN USES ITS BEST EFFORTS TO MAINTAIN CONJU, BUT IS NOT
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE RESULTS OF ANY DEFECTS THAT MAY BE FOUND TO EXIST
- Dictionary and Suffix Rules update. (2003/04/23)
- 2.2.1 Support [Enter] key. (2001/05/25)
- 2.2.0 The first release of English version. (2001/03/09)
Last modified: Wed Apr 9 03:10:23 GMT 2003