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|Statement||by J.C. Doherty and R.L. Markus.|
|Contributions||Markus, R. L.|
By reading and following the steps outlined in this course book I learn and absorb material at my own pace. What is facinating is not only learning Russian, but this work has inspired me to learn about their people, and culture. This is a very affordable first step in learning and in the end understanding will bring us all closer together/5(15). “Bukvar'” A traditional alphabet primer, the “Bukvar’” is something every Russian first-grader carries to school. This is an ideal first book for all Russian learners, one that contains keys to learning the language—the letters. This colorful version is compiled by N. S. Zhukova, a trusted author of many Russian learning books. This comprehensive foundation textbook is expressly designed for students embarking on a Russian language programme. Accompanied by 5 hours of audio materials, it develops the four key language skills - reading, writing, speaking and listening - and provides all the material required to reach intermediate level either at secondary school or during the first year of by: 5. “Голоса: A Basic Course in Russian, Book One” This is probably the most popular (and possibly the best) college textbook in use today. Much like other university-level language books, it comes with a workbook and accompanying audio-visual materials.
Offered by Saint Petersburg State University. Russian is considered to be one of the world's most difficult languages. This course is aimed at helping those who are interested in understanding the basics of Russian language. Every unit of the course consists of several parts explaining vocabulary, phonetics (pronunciation), grammar, and provides examples of simple dialogues in Russian. The course covers academic hours. The teacher’s books "Tochka Ru" A1 and A2 (PDF) provide general recommendations for working with the course, lessons descriptions, teaching tips, a lot of additional grammar and vocabulary tasks, games, texts for . FSI - Russian Fast Course - Lessons 1 - 5 Author: Foreign Service Institute Subject: Russian Fast Course Keywords: Russian Fast Course Created Date: 10/9/ AM. Welcome to our online course of Russian language. We have created 14 lessons for you to discover this wonderful language, so you can have a basic first contact. In other words, here you won't find long lessons with never-ending grammar explanations. We want you to see many different details of the Russian language in the least possible time.
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