Series: 301 Verbs

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301 French Verbs All the Tenses by Christopher Kendris
301 German Verbs by Christopher Kendris
301 Polish Verbs by Klara Janecki
301 Spanish Verbs Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses by Christopher Kendris

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  1. 750 French Verbs and Their Uses by Jan R. Zamir (1992)
  2. Webster's New World 575+ German Verbs by Edward Swick (2006)
  3. Polish Verbs & Essentials of Grammar by Oscar Swan (2008)
  4. 501 Russian Verbs by Thomas R. Beyer (1992)
  5. Berlitz German Verb Handbook (Berlitz Language Handbook) by Joy Saunders (1993)
  6. Conversational Spanish in 20 Lessons (Cortina method) by R. Diez De La Cortina (1900)
  7. The Ultimate French Verb Review and Practice by David Stillman (2006)
  8. The Red Pocket Book of Spanish Verbs : 333 Fully Conjugated Verbs by Ronni Gordon (2004)
  9. Dictionnaire de douze mille verbes (Bescherelle : L'Art de conjuguer) by Louis Nicolas Bescherelle (1980)
  10. Harrap's French Verbs (Mini study aids) by Lexus (1987)
  11. 101 French Idioms by Jean-Marie Cassagne (1995)
  12. Spanish Verbs And Essentials of Grammar : A Practical Guide to the Mastery of Spanish by Ina W. Ramboz (1983)
  13. Polish: An Essential Grammar by Dana Bielec (1998)
  14. Learn German in a Hurry: Grasp the Basics of German Schnell! by Edward Swick (2007)
  15. The Big Blue Book of French Verbs: 555 Fully Conjugated Verbs by David M Stillman (2003)

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See also, 201 Verbs and 501 Verbs.


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