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This prototype was created during a Research class. The idea behind was to help my Spanish students to visualize and learn out of the traditional way, the conjugation of verbs.

Such process I compared it with a tree, composed by roots, a trunk and ramifications.

In Spanish there are three terminations: -AR,

-ER and -IR. Just by taking the verb out of the box, you can easily place it on the brunch and by moving the flower you will get the conjugation of all subject pronouns. For advanced students, they may use the back side, which displays the flowers of the irregular forms, distinguishing from each other with a particular insect. The Spanish Conjugator Tree offers many possibilities to learn, practice and play up-to-four people.

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