501 French Verbs Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses and Moods in a New Easy-to-learn Format, Alphabetically Arranged

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Christopher Kendris, Theodore Kendris
Barron's snippet, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 760 pages
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Barron's is today and always has been the Number-One reference source for verb usage in virtually every major language. Leading all competition, the best selling 501 French Verbs beats all less well-established rivals with its brand-new 6th edition. It's printed in two colors, it features tinted page edges for ease of reference, and it comes with extra help for French language students in the form of a CD-ROM. The book presents the most important and most commonly used French verbs arranged alphabetically with English translations in chart form, one verb per page, and conjugated in all persons and tenses, both active and passive. The accompanying CD-ROM gives students practice exercises in verb conjugation plus a concise grammar review. This combined book and software package is a comprehensive guide to French verb usage with a wealth of reference material and language tips, including a bilingual list of more than 1,250 additional French verbs, helpful expressions and idioms for travelers, and verb drills and short tests with all questions answered and explained.

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HIGHLY RECOMMEND! Although a bit more expensive than the less recent editions, the 2007 edition of Barron's 501 French Verbs is well worth the extra you may pay for it (because it is the new edition ... Read full review

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This book is an amazing help for studying French. Verbs are one of the most important parts of a language and this book lays them out in way that simplifies them. With this book you can find out how to conjugate any French verb in seconds!

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Dr. Christopher Kendris, an accomplished linguist, has worked as an interpreter and translator for the U.S. State Department at the American Embassy in Paris. He holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and diplomas with " Mention Honorable " at the Universite de Paris (en Sorbonne), and at the Institut de Photetique, Paris. He is former Chairman of the Department of Foreign Languages and Supervisor of 16 foreign language teachers at Farmingdale High School, Farmingdale, NY, and has taught foreign language courses at various colleges and universities.

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