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501 Russian Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses Alphabetically Arranged (501 Verbs Series)

by Thomas R., Jr. Beyer



Buy the book: Thomas R., Jr. Beyer. 501 Russian Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses Alphabetically Arranged (501 Verbs Series)

Release Date: 01 February, 2001

Edition: Paperback

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Buy the book: Thomas R., Jr. Beyer. 501 Russian Verbs: Fully Conjugated in All the Tenses Alphabetically Arranged (501 Verbs Series)


Helpful For Beginners, But Not a Necessary Study Tool

The supposed value of this book lies in the fact that it lists verbs in all their conjugations and tenses. Whereas this may be helpful for beginners, the fact of the matter is that once you learn the grammar rules governing verbs, you won't need this book!

However, in all fairness I must write two good things about this book. First, seeing all the conjugations and tenses of a verb laid out on one page is helpful in making sense of the various verb forms, especially in terms of keeping them distinct from each other. And second, this book provides a list of some of the most useful verbs that you can study as a beginning student of the language.

My advice is to examine your own personal learning style and ask yourself if you really need this book, because once I learned the rules of verb formation, this book did little more than gather dust on my shelf.

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Very Helpful!

I'm a beginner and a language lover, and when a friend of mine gave me this book as a gift I was thrilled. It lists Russian alphabetical order in the front, which is helpful for newbies like myself, and also has an index in the back where you can look up the English verb. As a beginner, this is very helpful. I have never not been able to find a verb here. However, I would not recommend it for someone who has not studied Russian at all. It does not describe the different forms of the verbs, and it can be a little confusing at first. Also, the ability to read Cyrillic is a must; there is no romanization.

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