Practice Makes Perfect, Spanish Verb Tenses
A workbook to help you master Spanish tenses
Some things just take a lot of practice to learn, and verb tenses are one of them!Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Verb Tensesgoes beyond the scope of many other books that deal with verbs. Typical verb books often present little more than charts of conjugations with perhaps some mechanical exercises that do little to help you really masterwhenandwhya particular verb tense should be used.
Spanish Verb Tensesfills this void by offering clear, concise, and at times, humorous explanations that pinpoint why a certain tense works in a given situation. The hundreds of varied exercises offer the added plus of allowing for lots of practice.
The book is divided into three main parts:Part I deals exclusively with the present tense-including the conjugation of regular verbs, formation of questions, essential differences betweenserandestar, use of the personala, reflexive verbs, and the present progressive mood.
Two appendices complete the text-one lists verb conjugations, and the other highlights certain verbs and their corresponding prepositions. There are also two bilingual glossaries that define vocabulary introduced in the exercises.
As a companion to a basic text, as a review workbook, or as a reference source,Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Verb Tensesis an indispensable tool for all those who want to practice and perfect their use of Spanish verbs.
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Review: Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Verb TensesUser Review - Caroline Cottom - Goodreads
This is a workbook, with written exercises throughout. A helpful approach to remembering the complex verb tenses of espanol. Read full review
Review: Practice Makes Perfect: Spanish Verb TensesUser Review - Candice Chrestman - Goodreads
This book finally gave me what I needed to take the leap into speaking Spanish, not that I am doing as well as I should, but at least this book took me from thinking that everyone was speaking Martian to me into at least being able to understand what the conversation is at least about! Read full review