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Series: 201 Verbs

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201 Arabic Verbs by Raymond P. Scheindlin
201 Chinese Verbs: Compounds and Phrases for Everyday Usage by Eugene Ching
201 Dutch Verbs by Henry Stern
201 French Verbs by Christopher Kendris
201 German Verbs by Henry Strutz
201 Hebrew Verbs Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses, Alphabetically Arranged by Abraham S. Halkin
201 Italian Verbs by Vincent Luciani
201 Japanese Verbs Fully Described in All Inflections Moods, Aspects, and Formality Levels, by Roland A. Lange
201 Korean Verbs : Fully Conjugated in All Aspects, Moods, Tenses, And Formality Levels by Seok Choong Song
201 Latin Verbs by Joseph Wohlberg
201 Mandarin Chinese Verbs (Barron's Foreign Language Guides) by Eugene Ching
201 Modern Greek Verbs by Vassilios Christides
201 Polish Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses: Alphabetically Arranged by Clara Kaipio
201 Portuguese Verbs by John J. Nitti
201 Russian Verbs by Patricia Anne Davis
201 Spanish Verbs by Christopher Kendris
201 Swedish Verbs by Richard Auletta
201 Turkish Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses by Talat Sait Halman
201 Vietnamese Verbs Compounds and Phrases for Everyday Usage: Compounds and Phrases for Everyday Usage by Inh Hoa Nguyen
Two Hundred and One Yiddish Verbs Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses by Anna C. Rockowitz

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  1. 301 Polish Verbs by Klara Janecki (2000)
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  3. The Red Pocket Book of Spanish Verbs : 333 Fully Conjugated Verbs by Ronni Gordon (2004)
  4. Dictionnaire des huit mille verbes usuels by Louis Nicolas Bescherelle (1960)
  5. Els verbs catalans conjugats by Joan Baptista Xuriguera (1972)
  6. The Big Blue Book of French Verbs: 555 Fully Conjugated Verbs by David M Stillman (2003)
  7. 750 French Verbs and Their Uses by Jan R. Zamir (1992)
  8. A Dictionary of Russian Verbs: Bases of Inflection, Aspects, Regimen, Stressing, Meanings (Russian Edition) by Edmund Daum (1965)
  9. Arabic Verbs and Essentials of Grammar: A Practical Guide to the Mastery of Arabic by Jane Wightwick (1997)
  10. Essential Dutch Grammar by Henry R. Stern (1984)
  11. Japanese Verbs at a Glance by Naoko Chino (1996)
  12. The new Cassell's German dictionary, German-English, English-German by Harold T. Betteridge (1958)
  13. Turkish Grammar by Geoffrey Lewis (1967)
  14. Complete Japanese Verb Guide by Hiroo Japanese Center (1989)
  15. The Ultimate French Verb Review and Practice by David Stillman (2006)

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See also, 301 Verbs and 501 Verbs.

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