While the Bescherelle's cover says that it shows you how to conjugate 12, French verbs, it however only lists just under 8, according to my count. However many entries in the book serve as 'model verbs' upon which others are based.
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Secondly they explain that many verbs have several meanings, such as voler which can mean to steal or to fly. Also it covers transitive and intransitive uses of verbs, and this allows them to count a verb twice or more?
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The Bescherelle serves three purposes: Essential grammar points about verbs, their usage and construction, Eighty-two verb tables showing the different patterns of conjugation, A list of 8, verbs with their English translations. There are 13 patterns of ER endings.
Special order items
The rest come under the other 12 patterns. Often the differences are very small between patterns.
A useful feature is that the more common French verbs are highlighted in bold font making them more easy to identify. However do be careful with the definitions in the French Bescherelle as they tend to just have the 'headline' definitions, when in fact there are often many other meanings of a verb. I strongly recommend that you consult a big, fat comprehensive dictionary for more on their definitions, and examples. The Oxford French-English dictionary is a magnificent piece of work, with loads of definitions and idioms for many words.
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Mine is a Larousse and by combining the multiple sources one can get a much more accurate definition of most words. Why is the Bescherelle Masculine? The original of this book was compiled by Louis-Nicholas Bescherelle. You can use this male gender character to remind you of the fact that the word is masculine.
The reason for it being masculine is most likely because it took its name from the title of the first part L'art de conjuguer - 'The Art of Conjugation'. If you have noticed an incorrect price, image or just something you'd like to tell us, enter it below. Please include your email address if you'd like a reply.
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