2000+ Essential French Verbs: Learn the Forms, Master the Tenses, and Speak Fluently! (Essential Vocabulary) First Edition, First Printing
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Whether you're learning French for fun, school, or work, 2,000+ Essential French Verbs makes everything simple–conjugations, tenses, irregulars, and even conversation.
• 2,000+ French verbs in alphabetical order
• Translations, prepositions, and regional usage
• ALL major tenses and regular and irregular verb forms covered
• Help with forming tenses, explained in clear English
• Sample sentences that show verbs in action
• 40 engaging dialogues that bring verbs to life
• More than 100 practice exercises
• Special help for tough verb questions
And for extra practice, FLASH CARDS help you memorize key verbs!
- Item Weight : 1.05 pounds
- ISBN-10 : 1400020530
- Paperback : 480 pages
- ISBN-13 : 978-1400020539
- Publisher : Living Language; First Edition, First Printing (July 15, 2003)
- Product Dimensions : 6.1 x 1.06 x 9.15 inches
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,080,139 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The lists that eventually do work are relatively small in size. Hence, the option for you to do the lion's share of the work in creating your own.
The usability of the software is below average in terms of intuitiveness, convenience and efficiency. Opening new lists, switching out of the list you're already in and more, is not done from an easy to use master menu, but is discovered over time by clicking through illogically organized windows and wordy options. It comes close but doesn't quite win the ignoble label of geek-ware.
The book's contents are well-designed but spare. And, unless I'm missing something, there are not 2000 verbs in this book.
I purchased this book out of a desire to replace an aging copy of 501 French Verbs: with CD-ROM (Barron's Foreign Language Guides) . My copy of this contains many more verbs and more explanatory content. I should have purchased a newer version of it.
My advice--skip this book and CD. Go for the 501 French Verbs. You can easily make your own flashcards. For pronunciation, explore the growing number of French language podcasts on iTunes and elsewhere.