501 Italian Verbs
ISBN: 0812047575
EAN13: 9780812047578
Language: English
Pages: 518
Dimensions: 1.4" H x 8.9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Choose Barron's for language learning--a trusted resource for over 50 years
This brand-new edition of 501 Italian Verbs provides language learners with fingertip access to a carefully curated selection of the 501 most common Italian verbs--in all tenses and moods Each verb is listed alphabetically in chart form--one verb per page along with its English translation. Follow the clear, concise instruction, then take your language fluency to the next level with an all-new online activity center.

This comprehensive guide also includes:
- Lists of synonyms, antonyms, idioms, and usage examples for every verb
- A concise grammar review for easy reference
- The popular 55 Essential Verbs feature, with an in-depth look at usage and formation for the trickiest Italian verbs
-Over 1,500 additional verbs conjugated like the 501 models

Online content includes:
- Four practice quizzes with automated scoring and answers

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   It's delivers exactly what it says: Hundreds of common verbs in all conjugations
I am working on learning Italian and it became clear, rather quickly, that if you want to do Italian right, you need a decent verb reference showing what is regular versus irregular, and what the different conjugations look like. This did exactly. Each page has a conceivable reference to every whole form and tense of the verb.
   Ok, could be better.
However, it does not emphasise useful forms, which would be very irregular. It also gives a few examples of the verb in use, but it could really add value if it had a page for each verb, discussing idiomatic uses, indicating subtle changes in meaning depending on the preposition used, etc.
   THE most useful tool in the kit
This is such a handy reference guide when it comes to learning Italian. Every verb is formally alphabetized in every tense. What is not to like? It's big, so not something you take on the road, but a great home study aid.
   What you need in Italian verbs
Barron used to write a pocket-sized version of this book. I can 't find it. If they restored it, I wish they've discontinued it.
   Complete conjugations save time!
I like that the conjugations teach me time and save at the same time. There is wasted space on many pages where many examples could have been written.
   Gripping reading!
Barron's 501 Italian verbs proved utterly unputdownable! From the thrilling introduction to the spine-tingling climax at the end, this novel was a fascinating exploration of psyche, motivation and linguistic derring-do. While there was little in the way of character development in the narrative itself, the reader is invited at every step to participate in the flow of the story, becoming an active participant from start to finish. During lockdown, perfect reading is required. I put sand on my living room floor, planted a traditional palm tree, put on some beach music and basked with this unforgettable tome for hours under the sun lamp. If you like the style of writers such as Rowling, Spillane and Hugo, you will adore this book truly.
   Great book for learning verbs conjugated..
Not only does it have more than 500 additional verbs, but also an index with 1,500 Italian verbs conjugated. I have recently started taking Italian lessons and found this book to be very helpful for beginners, among a few others.
   Terrific verbal reference.
I disliked the fact that the editors did not include accent marks or at least emboldening of stress on verbs ending in-ere. I had to check the dictionary for stress.