501 German Verbsby Henry Strutz
From "achzen" (to groan) to "ziehen" (to pull), 501 of the most commonly used German verbs are presented alphabetically with translations in this excellent supplement for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students of the German language. Each verb is listed with its principle parts and followed by complete conjugation in all tenses. 550 pp.
- Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
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- 6.02(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.19(d)
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This book really helped me with verb usage and was a great help for studying for my university tests.
"501 German Verbs" is a must have for those studying the German language above the first year. Included with the "501" are "55 essential verbs" and expressions that use them, for example: "geben" has the expression: "es gibt", and also the prefix verbs such as begeben, ergeben and uebergeben. The verbs are listed in alphabetical order and include a notation for those verbs that use "sein" instead of "haben" for the perfect tense. In the back of the book are several "verb tests" with the answers and also a CD-Rom that also gives practice.