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The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs, Second Edition

The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs, Second Edition

Mc Graw Hill, 2008.


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Become a Spanish verb virtuoso with this unbeatable reference!

The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs is the most comprehensive resource available for learning and mastering Spanish verbs. Designed for beginning through advanced learners, this indispensable guide will help you conjugate verbs with ease, enabling you to communicate in Spanish confidently.Inside you will find:

555 fully conjugated verbs, listed alphabetically 
More than 5,000 example sentences with mini-dialogs
Numerous contextual examples for each verb 
The Top 50 verbs, with clearly distinguished range of usage 
More than 2,300 verbs cross-referenced to conjugation models 
A handy guide to deciphering irregular verb forms


Get a feeling for the many senses of llevar, just one example of the comprehensive coverage you get in The Big Red Book of Spanish Verbs:

to take / to carry
¿Me llevas de compras? Will you take me shopping?
Si tú llevas todos los paquetes. If you carry all the packages.

to lead
Llevan una vida muy emocionante. They lead a very exciting life.

to take time
El proyecto llevará mucho tiempo. The project will take a lot of time.

llevar + gerund to have been doing something
Llevan un mes haciendo la encuesta. They've been doing the survey for a month.

to wear
Miguel llevaba una corbata roja. Miguel wore a red tie.

to have
Esta torta lleva vainilla, ¿no? This cake has vanilla in it, doesn't it?

to run, manage / to accomplish
La junta lleva la empresa con gran éxito. The board runs the company very successfully.
Sí,, han llevado a cabo todos sus objetivos. Yes, they've accomplished all their goals.

llevarse, to get along with
¿Se llevan bien o mal? Do they get along well or badly?
Se llevan como perro y gato. They fight like cats and dogs.


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