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Spanish Verbs - Conjugations - cover

Spanish Verbs - Conjugations

Elizabeth Ronne

Publisher: QuickStudy Reference Guides

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The key to learning the Spanish language is the ability to conjugate Spanish verbs. This 6-page laminated guide offers easy-to-read tables of conjugations for the 15 verb tenses and moods, with the changes bolded for quick reference. Sixty verbs and their meanings are included, with the irregular tenses and moods listed for each verb. Using the example conjugations, this guide becomes a powerful key to unlocking Spanish for communication. 
        
        Suggested uses: 
        • Students – a very lightweight, inexpensive grade-booster that can be slipped between your notebook pages for quick and easy answers 
        • Teachers – Inexpensive classroom tool 
        • Travelers – Being flat, laminated and with conjugations being easy to find, this is a great travel buddy

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