With Parley you can also learn specific grammar structures, such as the gender of nouns, the comparison forms of adjectives and the conjugation of verbs. Let's look at some examples.
Once the practice mode Gender of Nouns is activated, press on the Start Practice... icon in the toolbar.
In the case below we use German as language to learn and so you have three genders to choose from: masculine, feminine and neuter. By pressing on one of the wrong answers gets excluded. Of course you can also decide to by pressing on that button.
You should enter the articles for the language in the Editor to see the articles instead of the grammatical gender terms. Also note that this only works, if the gender of the words has been set up properly. See Word Types for more information how to change the word type to the right gender.
When you give the correct answer the following is shown and you go ahead practicing by pressing on the button.
Should you give the wrong answer the following is shown and you go ahead practicing by pressing on the button.
You can stop practicing anytime by pressing on the button.
On the Practice Mode section, select Comparison Forms and then press on the Start Practice... icon in the toolbar to go ahead.
This only works when the conjugation forms of the word have been entered in the vocabulary collection. See Entering Comparison Forms.
The exercise requires you to enter the comparison forms for the term shown. In this case the translation of the English word old to German. The German language has three forms: absolute, comparative and superlative. To go on with the exercise just press on the button.
To practice conjugations choose the Conjugations mode and the tenses you wish to exercise.
In the document the conjugation forms of the words have to be entered in order to allow this practice mode to work. See Entering Inflection Forms.
Then press on the Start Practice... icon in the toolbar. You are required to enter the correct conjugation forms according to the tense shown. To go ahead press on the button.