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Carreras-Riudavets, F. J.; Hernández-Figueroa, Z.; Rodríguez-Rodríguez, G.
Editorial LULU; ISBN 978-1-4466-9009-3; 2010
Number of pages: 615.
It contains a novel glossary of classification and frequency of occurrence of irregularities of Spanish verbs, which have resulted in 159 conjugation models. The concept of verbal conjugation model is modernized by providing the most frequent verbs that are conjugated in the same way. There are 460 simple conjugations corresponding to the conjugation models and all the verbs that admit more than one possible conjugation. The conjugation includes, as a novelty, the forms of voseo, used mainly in Rio de la Plata, and the forms of respect you and you, the latter also used in the Canary Islands and other areas on a daily and informal basis. All conjugations are accompanied by their morphological information, their defect, usage notes, other verbs that conjugate the same and, for cases of verbs with more than one conjugation, their meaning. At the end of the book, an alphabetical index of 12,862 Spanish verbs has been included with an indication of the corresponding conjugation