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Don't buy the kindle version
on 22 February 2012
I purchased the Kindle version so that I can learn my verbs on the train and use it as a reference book for writing my assignments etc. However, the Kindle version is not well formatted. All the verb conjugations are together in one chapter, and not split in alphabetical order so if you want to check a conjugation of a verb beginning with 'm' for example, you have to flick through every page of all the preceeding verbs to get to the one you want which would take ages. Using the search function offers little help either. It needs to be split into chapters alphabetically. I'm afraid I have returned it for a refund and will buy the hard copy. My personal opinion is that reference books do not work well on Kindle, I will stick to reading paperbacks on it.