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By Zoe Erotopoulos

Vexed through French verbs? worry no more!

In 500 French Verbs For Dummies, starting French language newbies can discover a quickly reference for verbs within the simple current tenses. extra complex French audio system can make the most of this publication to profit extra complicated verb tenses and conjugations in addition to complex verbs with abnormal endings.

  • One web page for every of the five hundred most ordinarily used verbs within the French language —alphabetically prepared and numbered for simple reference
  • precise designation of the 50 so much crucial French verbs
  • A precis of simple French grammar that comes with verb tenses and moods
  • An clarification of verb conjugation—the seven uncomplicated and 7 compound tenses, in addition to the imperative
  • The accompanying CD-ROM comprises flash playing cards and a number of selection questions with audio for working towards French verb conjugations and pronunciation
  • 500 French Verbs For Dummies is useful for college kids, tourists, pros, and life-long novices who desire a connection with the intricacies of French verb usage.

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