The big gold book of Latin verbs: 555 fully conjugated verbs

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McGraw-Hill, Apr 29, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 682 pages
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One of the major difficulties facing learners of Latin is correct formation and use of verbs. The Big Gold Book of Latin Verbs takes a quantum leap forward by providing you with exactly what you need to succeed--more entries, a cleaner layout, and a complete explanation of verb usage and formation. Standout features include:

  • 555 full conjugations of the most useful verbs
  • Numerous examples from classical texts of all 555 verbs
  • An in-depth look at the top 40 verbs with examples
  • A full index of 2,700 verbs cross-referenced to model conjugations

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Contents

The Declension of Latin Nouns Adjectives and Pronouns
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Contents
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Fully Conju gated Verbs
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About the author (2004)

Gavin Betts, M.A., is associate professor emeritus of Classical Studies at the University of Monash, Melbourne, Australia. Dan Franklin, is an experienced editor of Latin textbooks.