This is very useful if you want to learn German.
From chzen (to groan) to ziehen (to pull), 501 of the most commonly used German verbs are presented alphabetically with translations. The arrangement is one verb per page in easy to comprehend table form. Each verb is listed with its principal parts and followed by complete conjugation in all tenses. Additional material includes tables of strong verbs arranged according to pattern of change, and a section on prefix verbs and model auxiliaries. An added feature in this edition is a set of 27 verb tests with answers explained. Language students will also find weather expressions as they are used with impersonal verbs, a selection of German idioms and proverbs, and a concise review of rules for verb tenses and moods. This book, with its emphasis on grammatical form, makes a fine classroom supplement for beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses in German.
Since I'm a sort of a linguist, a multilingual speaker and a language teacher, I have the same book for other languages, including English. I enjoy having this book as a reference book. It's very helpful, and I recommend it to anyone that is learning a new language or improving their language skills.
Essential for students in German.