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501 Spanish Verbs by Christopher Kendris

501 Spanish Verbs (1971)

by Christopher Kendris

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This is a great reference book to get more meaning from each of the most commonly used verbs in Spanish. I would use it for students to see an easy to read conjugation chart. ( )
  uncletony5295 | Sep 27, 2010 |
Classic reference book for anyone studying Spanish. Been around for years. ( )
1 vote dichosa | Aug 26, 2009 |
I used this all through Spanish classes in high school and college! A great reference.
1 vote cantatrice | Jun 15, 2009 |
The 501 series is very useful. I am, however, entirely displeased with this terrible yellow cover! I have come to love and expect the black and white series.
  shawnavesco | Sep 25, 2007 |
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To St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church

               of Albany, New York


Yolanda, Alex, Tina, Fran, Bryan, Daniel, Matthew, Andrew, Athena, Tom, Donna, Amanda, Laura, Thomas, Mary Ann, Hilda, Arthur, Karen, George, Christopher, Matthew, Delores, Faith, Demetra, and Stephanie

                      With love
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Preface to the Fifth Edition
This anniversary edition has been updated to take into account the many technological advances that have taken place over the past several years. Increased globalization and social changes have also made it necessary to ensure that 501 Spanish Verbs will continue to provide the guidance that students and travelers like you have come to expect.
This self-teaching book of 501 commonly used Spanish verbs for students and travelers provides fingertip access to correct verb forms.
Formation of the Present and Past Participles in Spanish
Formation of the present participle in Spanish
A present participle is a verb form which, in English, ends in -ing; for example, singing, eating, receiving.
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Verbs are conjugated and set up one-per-page in alphabetical order in this easy-to-use series. Commonly used idioms that use a verb are presented at the bottom of the page that presents the appropriate verb. Approximately 1,000 additional verbs are listed in the infinite form with their English meanings.

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"With more than 1 million copies in print, the new, updated edition of this all-time best selling language book of Spanish verbs is now printed in two colors for increased ease of reference. This thorough guide to the use of verbs features many additional references and tips, including a bilingual list of more than 1,250 additional Spanish verbs. (Foreign Language/Dictionary)" -- jacket.… (more)

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