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575+ German Verbs (Webster's New World)by Edward Swick
Synopses & Reviews
Now mastering German verbs is easier than ever. Whether you need to speak German more fluently for business, want to brush up for a trip, or want to make the grade in high school or college, Webster's New World 575+ German Verbs is the only verb reference you need. This practical resource lists verbs alphabetically and includes examples demonstrating the meaning and function of the verbs to ensure that you know how to use them correctly!
Webster's New World 575+ German Verbs is compact, yet comprehensive. It's packed with 575 "everyday" verbs, additional verbs to expand your vocabulary, and numerous helpful features:
* 575 verbs, fully conjugated in easy-to-read charts
* Full conjugation includes all persons, the three moods, and all tenses
* A comprehensive verb usage review that gives you a strong foundation in German verb conjugation
* More than 1,500 additional verbs in the infinitive form, fully crossreferenced
* Examples of common idiomatic uses
* An appendix of irregular verb forms for quick reference
* Full English-to-German index of all 2,000+ verbs
The only verb reference a student of German will ever need
This is the ideal reference for students and professionals who need German proficiency. It features 575 verbs, fully conjugated in easy-to-read charts and presented alphabetically, plus more than 1,500 additional verbs in their infinitive form, cross-referenced to the appropriate conjugation. There are sentences demonstrating usage of each conjugated verb, an appendix of irregular verbs, a review of German verb conjugation, and an English-to-German index of all verbs in the book.
Edward Swick (Chicago, IL) has been a foreign language teacher for more than 30 years. He now develops German and ESL instructional materials
About the Author
EDWARD SWICK has been a foreign language teacher for more than 30 years. After studying at the University of Hamburg in Germany as a Fulbright scholar, he completed his Master8217;s Degree in German, Russian, and English at Southern Illinois University. He now resides in Chicago, where he works full time on German and ESL instructional materials.
Table of Contents
Verb Usage Review.
Appendix of Additional Verbs.
Appendix of Irregular Verb Forms.
English-German Verb Index.
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