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301 Polish Verbs

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The most commonly used Polish verbs are presented one to a page in this compilation of 301 verbs. Verb indexes list almost 2300 verbs and the book also features Polish proverbs, puzzles and self-tests.
Paperback, 420 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Barron's Educational Series
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Not nearly as good as the book Czasowniki Polski written for individuals studying Polish in Polish, but a standard for anyone who wants to ensure they haven't picked up any bad habits in Silasia.
301 Polish Verbs (Barron's) by Klara Janecki (2000)
Es gibt keine wirklich guten polnischen Lehrbücher, die Grammatiken sind voll mit Fehlern (mal abgesehen von Kotyczka) - daher ist dieses Buch für mich zu einem Muss geworden, um die Sprache irgendwie strukturiert zu bekommen und nachschlagen zu können, ob ich richtig konjugiert habe.
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