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Complete Japanese Verb Guide

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No other book about Japanese verbs contains as much useful information as The Complete Japanese Verb Guide. Besides introducing over 600 verbs and their meanings, this authoritative reference and study aid lists each verb in Roman letters, hiragana, and Japanese characters; indicates whether a verb is transitive or intransitive; and presents all the conjugated forms.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published December 15th 1989 by Tuttle Publishing
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If only I could damn well program all the blasted verbs and their English meaning into my brain for life.
Since that isn't happening anytime soon, this book serves as a very good study aid, definitely check it out :)

(As other students of the Japanese language will know, verb conjunction is quite a bitch in its entirety)
Chris Feldman
Must-have for students of Japanese. If only I could program these listings into my 電子字書 (electronic dictionary).
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