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I had used other verb conjugation reference books before and this compact book seemed to have all of the same benefits, but in a smaller size. My fiance loves it, because it will fit in her purse, it helps her with all verb tense and it lists verbs not in the book and matches them with similar verbs with similar conjugations.
I have use it and we both find it an excellent resource. We are very pleased with this purchase. Rating: - Spanish Verbs Order arrived fast, in perfect, new condition. Type size smaller than expected, making it a bit difficult for older eyes. Content, however, is exactly what I wanted. Rating: - Great small book I am ordering this book because I saw someone using it on the subway yesterday! She was kind enough to let me look at it, and it was just what I needed--a compact reference to many verbs. This is going to be very helpful to me.
She started using it from the moment it arrived, and her instructor saw a marked improvement in her performance in class. It made sense of verbal conjugation for her, and will undoubtedly result in her doing much better in this class. Rating: - All you need and not more Just the right size to carry with you - this means I actually use it all the time. The portability more than makes up for verbs left out of Kendris' more complete book. Rating: - Shorter version of Verbs This is a great book, but essentially duplicates Verbs.
If you already have Verbs you'll probably do what I did and return Spanish Verbs. Both versions have a good explanation of verb tenses. Rating: - Wonderful little Spanish verb book Please note that this is for the second edition of this book, copyright The previous edition says copyright I can't tell from the Amazon book page here if this is the first edition or second edition, but the cover design is slightly different from that displayed here from my copy, which I recently purchased, so I mention that just in case.
This is the best compact verb book I've seen for Spanish. The pages VII to XL 7 to 40 in the introduction contain the best capsule grammar of verbs for Spanish I've seen, and is better than the ones I've seen in some of the bigger, beefier grammar books for quickly getting a good grasp of the basics as well as the more complex issues. There are many features I like about this book, but one especially helpful thing the author does is to explain the formal grammatical names for the verb tenses, aspects, and moods and how they are formed in English, along with plenty of examples.
For example, many of us have never thought of what the preterit or pluperfect is in English, but Kendris explains this along with many other useful things. Another nice feature is his discussion of how some verbs that express a mental state actually change meaning in the preterit. For example, the sentence, "Supe la verdad," means "I found out the truth.
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And the sentence "Pude hacerlo," means "I succeeded in doing it. Each conjugation page contains at least a few examples at the bottom of the page of usages, such as in the Kendris's larger Spanish Verbs book. Overall, an excellent little verb and grammar book for the student of Spanish, and considering the price is only 6 bucks and is over pages long, a great value to boot. Rating: - Great Book! A must if you really want to learn Spanish!
My pocket dictionary by Langenscheidts, which I give 5 stars to also, has some verbs in tables which is handy. But I wanted to have a small, but fairly comprehensive pocket verb book. It turns out this is better than I could have ever imagined. In the front it shows the tenses and how, when, and why to use them.