CoolJugator: The Smart Conjugator in Macedonian
This is a very simple Macedonian verb conjugator. Our goal is to make Macedonian conjugation easy, smart and straightforward.
You can input verbs into the CoolJugator bar above in any form, tense or mood in both Macedonian and English. The Macedonian CoolJugator can currently do around 3545 verbs. We suggest you try it out.
You can also click here to browse the list of Macedonian verbs that we can conjugate.
Common Macedonian verbs
If you run out of ideas, some Macedonian verbs according to their frequency of use on CoolJugator are:
- се обидува19
- се причини29
- се пресели34
- се случи38
- се сети65
- се појави66
- се надева83
- се согласи88
The Macedonian language
Macedonian is a South Slavic language spoken predominantly in the Republic of Macedonia, but also places like Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Albania and others.
The language developed as one of the South Slavic dialects in the Balkans. The first documents in an ancestor of Macedonian were recorded already in the 9th century (under the foundation of the Ohrid Literary School), and they were written in the Glagolitic script (the earliest Slavic script, which has now gone out of use). The texts switched to Cyrillic in the 11th century. Multiple early works were written in an ancestor language to Macedonian, such as Dobromir's Gospel, the Ohrid Apostle, the Slepche Apostle, and others - all of them mostly religious in character. The language further developed in conjunction with other South Slavic dialects up to the point where Macedonia gained independence. A Macedonian literary standard had been attempted as early as 1860s, although the language was only codified in 1944.
Macedonian has its own distinctive character, but it is closely related to nearby South-Slavic languages (in particular, Bulgarian, but also Serbian, Croatian and others). Since the language was primarily spoken at a periphery of the prime region of use of Slavic languages, and since it has been influenced by both Romance and Hellenic (and to some extent also Albanian) languages, it has retained interesting archaic features: the imperfect tense, the aorist (like in Greek). Macedonian has some peculiar features for Slavic languages: for example, just like Bulgarian, it does not decline nouns in case.
As it is common for Slavic languages, the verb is a tough part of the grammar for Macedonian (and the difficulty of verbs is one of the reasons why we chose to primarily focus on verbs on CoolJugator, by the way). Aside from various forms (for example, Macedonian has witnessed and non-witnessed, i.e. reported, verb forms), the verb has:
- tenses - present, past and future;
- person and number - Macedonian verbs have to agree with first, second, third person and singular or plural;
- aspect - imperfective (refers to incomplete actions) or perfective (completed actions); as it is extremely common in Slavic languages, the predominant method of forming perfective forms is using prefixes;
- mood - indicates the attitude of the speaker to the act - it is either indicative, imperative, conditional or hypothetical.
As it is exactly the case in Lithuanian, Macedonian verbs are divided into three groups based on their 3rd person's present singular ending: a, е and и (whereas Lithuanian has: a, i, o)
In the Macedonian CoolJugator, we try to provide you as many of these conjugation factors as possible, although we also try to focus on the most important parts of conjugation too. Our Macedonian CoolJugator is still under development and more verbs will be added in the future. If you would like to see it expanded, get in touch to let us know so we prioritise it! And if you’d like to help up with it, get in touch too!