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  • Posted June 1, 2009

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    501 Spanish Verbos

    I have been using this series since I discovered it about 1989. This is the best edition yet. The basic and very good premises of the early version remain while the book is updated with a CD, color sections and more tools. The key to learning this material is to spend 20-20 minutes every day with the introduction section until you fully understand the underlying grammar. After that, the subsequent verbs listings makes considerable sense. Spanish verbs are conjugated so differently from English verbs that it is difficult to learn all of the verb forms from a standard dictionary. This book, coupled with a competent Spansh/English dictionary can help anyone improve their Spanish skills. Actually, most of us don't learn the grammar of our own language until the study of a second or third language forces us to learn it. This is an excellent book and I recommend it often. I have used it in teaching Spanish and in doing so, I saved my students the difficulties that I faced learning verbs. The section on the Spanish verb Haber (to have as a helping verb) should be learned by memory and then by understanding. Ser, Estar, and Haber are the verbs no speaker of Spanish can live without.

    Stephen

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  • Posted May 16, 2010

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    You must have this book if you are serious about Spanish!

    I purchased 201 Spanish Verbs when I began studying Spanish 35 years ago. Loved it so much, I bought 501 Spanish... for college. Translation, this and a Spanish/English dictionary are what anyone who really wants to learn the language needs. This purchase was for a new learner. She is enjoying it and wishes she had it sooner!
    I still have both my Spanish and French copies. Add 501 English Verbs to your list as you should know how to conjugate verbs in your own language too.

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  • Posted January 30, 2010

    501 Spanish Verbs

    A must have for all students working with grammer

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2009

    Excellent Resource

    An earlier version took me through 5 years of Spanish classes and I found it really useful. I bought two of this one for relatives who are studying Spanish and I wanted them to have the benefit of this resource because I found it so helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2007

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    This book made me tense. Ha ha! Ok, just kidding. All I can say is wow! If 501 Spanish Verbs isn¿t in your library, buy it immediately and place it right next to Learning Spanish Like Crazy as one of your top resources. Conjugations? Yeah, this book has them - one per page in alphabetical order including all persons and tenses along with definitions and examples of usage. Everything is laid out in a simple, clean, and easily referenced manner. There¿s even a CD ROM with practice exercises to help you polish up. Buy 501 Spanish Verbs and become a conjugating machine. Follow it with the Learning Spanish Like Crazy CD course, and you¿ll be able to speak Spanish with the best of them!

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