Exports one method,
indicative.present.ich). The terminal elements are arrays, as in some languages there are multiple conjugations for a given mood/tense/pronoun combination.
// logs "tanze"
These values are scraped from pages like these. Grammatical moods without nested tense tables (e.g. the imperative in Germanic languages) are not parsed properly at the moment. A pull request to fix that would be happily accepted.
npm run check before submitting a pull request.
I am not affiliated with the maintainers of
verbix.com. Screenscraping has been an expedient for my study of German with Anki but be forewarned: it is an inherently fragile approach. I have an incentive to keep it working for German for the next few years, but other than that you shouldn't expect much.
If I make an effort to ensure the tables for other languages are parsed properly, it will likely be half-hearted and infrequent.
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