Series: Barron's Verbs

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French verbs by Christopher KendrisFrench
German verbs by Henry StrutzGerman
Italian verbs by Vincent LucianiItalian
Spanish verbs by Christopher KendrisSpanish

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  1. 501 French Verbs by Christopher Kendris (1970)
  2. The Big Blue Book of French Verbs: 555 Fully Conjugated Verbs by David M Stillman (2003)
  3. 101 French Idioms by Jean-Marie Cassagne (1995)
  4. Barron's Spanish Vocabulary by Julianne Dueber (1990)
  5. Dictionnaire de douze mille verbes (Bescherelle : L'Art de conjuguer) by Louis Nicolas Bescherelle (1980)
  6. Barron's Italian Grammar by Marcel Danesi (1990)
  7. Spanish Verb Tenses by Dorothy Richmond (1996)
  8. All the Greek Verbs by N. Marinone (1963)
  9. Essential German Grammar by Guy Stern (1961)
  10. 2001 French and English Idioms by Francois Denoeu (1982)
  11. Italian Verb Drills by Paola Nanni-Tate (1994)
  12. Ultimate Spanish Review and Practice by Ronni L. Gordon (1999)
  13. Els verbs catalans conjugats by Joan Baptista Xuriguera (1972)
  14. French Idioms by Francois Denoeu (1991)
  15. English Grammar for Students of French by Jacqueline Morton (1979)

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