By default, words are chosen randomly, with mistakes automatically re-appearing more often.
Words most commonly used in French will appear first.
If a question is answered correctly the first time, it will not appear again
If a question is answered incorrectly, it will appear again very soon.
If a question is answered correctly, but has been answered incorrectly in the past, it will appear again at some later point in the future.
Prioritise a word to make it appear near the beginning of a test
1. Tap on the “Search Verbs” on the home screen.
2. Swipe right on the word you want to prioritise.
To type accents like é, â or ç just hold your finger down on the letter that you want, a pop-up menu with different accent variations will appear.
While it is possible to type French using any roman keyboard, you will get more accurate input by switching to the French keyboard. This is because while the keys may look the same size on screen, their actual touch sensitive areas are different, the iPhone actually changes the touch sensitive area of each key depending on what it thinks you're most likely to press next depending on the language you're in.
You can turn on the French keyboard by
Now you will see a new globe key on the bottom row of the on-screen keyboard, which you can use to switch between the default keyboard and the French keyboard.
If you don't know the verb in the question, you can tap on it, a definition will pop up.
Many answers share the same spelling to start with, to save you time from typing repetitive entries, you can tap the Copy button on the next line, or tap “Next” on the keyboard, your answer will be copied.
If you have previously purchased an upgrade pack, you can reactivate your upgrade by pressing on the Restore Upgrade button in the Settings.
I would love to hear from you, whether you have a question, suggestion or just want to say hello.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the built-in feedback feature.
Maître de Conjugaison is programmed by me, Joseph Williamson, a student who's learned French for just over two years now.
The amazing interface design you see is the work of Ye Lin
If you like the app please rate on the app store and like on Facebook! :-)
This app wouldn’t have been possible without the generous feedback and comments from all of you who helped in beta testing, you know who you are, thank you so much!!!