As I keep learning more and more words, I end up getting confused about the conjugations, especially with words ending on -る and their respective -て forms, which change between -て and -って seemingly erratically.
かける > かけて
なおる > なおって
What I'm really missing is a good conjugation dictionary where you can look up a word and see all its forms. I know I'm the type to learn best if he has lots of examples around on demand that he can compare to make a pattern of it. Back when I learnt Latin, we had conjugation tables for verbs like this.
Does anyone know of a website that offers such a thing for Japanese?