The Big Book of English Verbs

Author(s)                 Mark Lester, Daniel Franklin, Terry Yokota
Publisher McGraw-Hill
Date 2009
Pages 624
Format pdf
Size 11.3 Mb

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   The grammar Big Book that you are now holding has been intended to provide more of the valuable information on the most important English verbs than any of the other books. It contains comprehensive usage patterns for one hundred fifty-two irregular verbs (all that you will probably encounter), plus four hundred and three of the most commonly used regular verbs: five hundred fifty-five English verbs in all, with more than fourteen thousand example sentences. The authors have used a very adequate approach and, as a result, the contents of the publication are presented in a way which is very easy for the readers to understand. Every single verb included in the book is identified as regular/irregular. According to the numerous customer reviews, the book is an excellent reference source providing the proper tense forms for the verbs, and correct grammatical presentation of the expressions using those verbs. The book is very comprehensive and may be used as the one-stop training resource. It also lists all complement types used by each of the verbs, together with the proper grammatical constructions of the phrasal verbs. The information provided in this book will definitely be very useful for any learner of English language.

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