CoolJugator: The Smart Conjugator in Romanian
This is a very simple Romanian verb conjugator. There are many Romanian conjugators online, but, with this one, our goal is to make Romanian conjugation easy, smart and straightforward.
You can input verbs into the CoolJugator bar above in any form, tense or mood in both Romanian and English. The Romanian CoolJugator can currently conjugate around 1292 verbs. We suggest you try it out.
You can also click here to browse the list of Romanian verbs that we can conjugate.
Common Romanian verbs
If you run out of ideas, some common Romanian verbs:
The Romanian language
Romanian is a language spoken by some 20 million people predominantly in the territories of Romania, Moldova and Italy. In a nutshell, the language descended from the Latin spoken by peoples in the first few centuries of the common era, and influenced by the Indo-European Dacian languages and Slavic languages in the Middle Ages. As a result, we have the only Romance language with noun cases, and with up to 15% Slavic vocabulary (and many verbs, such as 'iubi' - 'love', 'citi' - 'read'), and a pronounced 'h'. Due to the recent centralised nature of Romanian politics, the language itself is fairly centralised and thus not characteristic of lots of surviving dialectal variation.
Romanian is written in the Latin alphabet, and it has only a few of its own diacritic marks, such as ă or î, its own distinct letters ñor ț, and some of its own punctuation marks, such as ¿ and ¡. Being a Romance language, it shares a fair bit pronunciation with other Romance languages, such as Italian or Catalan, although Romanian also has peculiar features (like, again, the pronounced h'es), which make it closer to slavic or other languages.
About Romanian conjugation
Romanian conjugation is a procedure in which Romanian verbs are changed to match with various other features of the phrase and its context. In Romanian, you usually have to have a couple of basic forms of the verb to work out its other forms.
In Romanian, you can conjugate verbs by these major factors:
- person - (the verb changes depending on the person it is referring to, e.g. 'eu fac' - 'I do', or 'el/ea face' - 'he/she does')
- number - (are we talking about a single person like in 'ele/ela face' - 'he/she does', or many: 'eles/elas fac' - 'they do')
- aspect - perfective, progressive, imperfective, which all connect the verb to the flow of time, that is, they indicate whether an action is occuring at the time, used to occur frequently, or occurred generally
- voice - active and passive: the difference between 'something is doing' and 'something is being done'
- tense - characteristically for a Romance language, Romanian has a large tense system, having present, preterite (past), imperfect (akin to past frequentative), future and other tenses, some of which are rare and not encountered often in surrounding languages
- mood (which indicates the attitude, and is distinguished as indicative, conditional or imperative, e.g. 'faci' - 'you do', 'tu ai face' - 'you would do' and 'fă' - 'do!').
In the Romanian CoolJugator, as usually in CoolJugators, we try to provide you as much information about the verb as possible, although we also try to focus on the most important aspects of Romanian conjugation. We hope that this conjugation information, next to the abundant examples we provide, will help you become a better Spanish speaker, or just learn more about the language, or both.