Series: Barron's Language

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Barron's French Grammar by Christopher KendrisFrench
Barron's French Vocabulary by Christopher KendrisFrench
Barron's German Grammar by Paul G. GravesGerman
Barron's German Vocabulary by Paul G. GravesGerman
Barron's Italian Grammar by Marcel DanesiItalian
Barron's Italian Vocabulary by Marcel DanesiItalian
Barron's Japanese Grammar by Carol AkiyamaJapanese
Barron's Japanese Vocabulary by Carol AkiyamaJapanese
Barron's Russian Grammar by Natalia LusinRussian
Barron's Russian Vocabulary by Eli HinkelRussian
Barron's Spanish Grammar by Christopher KendrisSpanish
Barron's Spanish Vocabulary by Julianne DueberSpanish
French Idioms by Francois DenoeuFrench
French verbs by Christopher KendrisFrench
German verbs by Henry StrutzGerman
Italian verbs by Vincent LucianiItalian
Spanish verbs by Christopher KendrisSpanish

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  4. The Big Blue Book of French Verbs : 555 Fully Conjugated Verbs by David M Stillman (2003)
  5. English Grammar for Students of French by Jacqueline Morton (1979)
  6. Spanish Verb Tenses by Dorothy Richmond (1996)
  7. Essential German Grammar by Guy Stern (1961)
  8. Advanced Spanish Grammar: A Self-Teaching Guide by Marcial Prado (1997)
  9. Spanish Idioms by Eugene Savaiano (1991)
  10. All About Particles: A Handbook of Japanese Function Words by Naoko Chino (1991)
  11. 101 French Idioms by Jean-Marie Cassagne (1995)
  12. 750 French Verbs and Their Uses by Jan R. Zamir (1992)
  13. Russian for Beginners by Charles Duff (1962)
  14. Merde! The Real French You Were Never Taught at School by Geneviève (1984)
  15. Bantam New College Italian/English Dictionary by Robert C. Melzi (1976)

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