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Learning how to conjugate verbs is a challenging part of any language. VerbMastery uses simple brain science strategies to make conjugations stick in your memory!

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Quizzes Make it Stick

Specially designed quizzes make learning stick in the brain for future recall. Quizzes are short - usually 2 to 3 minutes.

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Games Make it Fun

You'll have fun playing engaging games and won't even realize that you're learning. What better way to learn verbs!

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Brain science increases the speed of learning and makes the language stick faster. Watch video above to learn more about how it works.

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About the Founders

Joe and Dave worked at the U.S. Institute of Languages for many years. They then joined an education company helping children learn how to read. Now, they’ve taken their language passion and created VerbMastery.com to help you master verbs and become fluent in whatever language you choose.

Joe Billman - co-founder of VerbMastery.com

Joe Billman

Joe has worked as the head software developer for education businesses since 2003. This includes work at multiple education-based organizations. Joe is fluent in Spanish and loves helping others master languages.

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Dave Clark

With a masters degree in language pedagogy (teaching) and many years teaching language at the college level, Dave has applied his expertise in the science of learning to help you master verb conjugation. Dave was also the Director of the U.S. Institute of Languages for 18 years.