501 Latin Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses in a New Easy-to-learn Format Alphabetically Arranged

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Barron's snippet, 2008 - Foreign Language Study - 689 pages
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Learning Latin is Twice as Easy with This Helpful Book!

This easy-to-use reference book gives you:

  • 501 of the most common Latin verbs, alphabetically arranged, one verb per page, conjugated in all tenses
  • Concise guide to Latin verb conjugation
  • Hundreds of examples demonstrating verb usage
  • Latin conjugation exercises and answers
  • List of Essential 55 Verbs with usage examples and expressions related to the verbs
  • Index of English-Latin verbs . . . and much more

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    User Review  - mr_pand - LibraryThing

    A really useful book that any serious student of Latin must own, offering complete verb tables for 501 Latin verbs. There is a temptation to become overly dependent on such a book, but on the other hand it is a great work of reference, especially for unfamiliar and irregular verbs. Read full review

    Contents

    Overview of the Latin Verb System
    1
    Sample English Verb Conjugation
    17
    Essential 55 Verb List
    19
    Copyright

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    Common terms and phrases

    About the author (2008)

    Richard E. Prior, PhD, was an associate professor of classics at Furman University, where he taught Roman civilization and archaeology in addition to Latin language and literature. He taught at the secondary and university level for twenty years and wrote "The Everything Learning Latin Book".

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