Terence Wade Using Russian Vocabulary

LEARNING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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Terence Wade
Using Russian Vocabulary

This book provides the student of Russian with an in-depth, structured approach to the learning of vocabulary. Containing over 5000 words, it can be used for intermediate and advanced undergraduate courses, or as a supplementary manual at all levels – including elementary level – to the study of Russian vocabulary.

It is made up of eighteen units covering topics such as the physical world, the human body, leisure, and industry – each unit consisting of words and phrases that are organized thematically and according to levels. Each unit contains approximately sixty graded exercises, encouraging students to practise using the vocabulary in context, and providing a lively and engaging set of self-study tasks. Helping students to acquire a comprehensive control of both concrete and abstract vocabulary, this book will be welcomed by all learners of Russian wishing to improve their competence in essential communicative tasks, and will function as an invaluable teaching resource.

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Getaway Guides
Russian for Beginners: The Best Handbook for learning to speak Russian!

Planning a trip to Russia and need to learn Russian?
Want to learn Russian fast, quick and easy?
Need a reference for your upcoming trip to Russia?
Need grammar, spelling or just pronunciation of a word in the Russian Language?
Want to know how to say common greetings in Russian?
Or you just need a study guide?

All the answers are inside!
Learn Russian right now! Topics Covered…
The Russian Alphabet and Russian Numbers
Days, Months and Time
The Basics
Checking In
Getting Around
Getting to Know You

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A. Pavlenko
Russian-English, Special Training for Beginners

This book for beginners has proved to be ideal for students of Russian to start learning this language. The volume consists of five sections dealing with basic Russian grammar structures that correspond to be, can, have, there is and other basic Present Simple patterns in English. Each section contains 250 sample sentences on fifty topics. The book is aimed at the development of the learner’s fluency in speech through fluency practice drills. The drills are similar to physical exercises that can be practised regularly, repeated over and over again, concentrating either on their intensity and force or on rapidness and speed. Fluency training on the above mentioned grammar structures help the students of Russian start speaking the language fluently at a very early stage. The better you know the drills, the easier it will be for you to remember and use the sample sentences on 50 Topics. Fluency practice drills will be like „oral cribs” to help you make up a new sentence based on the same grammar pattern.The sentences are very simple and for easy reference the English text is printed alongside. This volume is a part of Russian-English series for beginners comprising Special Training, Fifty Topics and Black Jack Comes Back.

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Larissa Ryazanova-Clarke, Terence Wade
The Russian Language Today

Almost every aspect of the Russian language has been affected since Glasnost, from grammatical features to vocabulary. This book is the first major analysis in English of these dramatic changes and provides the most up-to-date guide to the contemporary Russian language.

The authors focus on radical changes in Russian vocabulary. The language has become inundated by new words, mainly from American English, especially in the field of business and economics but also in technology, the mass media, fashion, sport and life-style. Supported throughout by extracts from contemporary press and literary sources, this is a comprehensive overview of present-day Russian and an essential text for all students of the Russian language.

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Russian Learners
Dictionary: 10,000 Russian Words in Frequency Order

The huge and amorphous nature of the Russian vocabulary has made the acquisition of new words difficult for the beginner. Russian Vocabulary-Building Dictionary meets this challenge by presenting a comprehensive guide to 10,000 Russian words. Arranged in order of frequency, the dictionary takes the student from the beginner’s level through that of the postgraduate.
Indexed alphabetically and containing instructions on syntax and grammar, the Dictionary includes the core vocabulary of the most important Russian words. The result of five years of research and testing by the author to determine the most successful techniques for learning Russian, a familiarity with all or most of its contents will greatly assist the learner in acquiring a practical mastery of the language.

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A.V. Gronicka, Confits-Yakobson H.
Essentials of Russian: Reading, conversation, grammar

This is a grammar book which deals with the essentials of French language and carefully guides the student along the road to a complete mastery of the language. Grammatical rules are presented within the pattern of the living language. Exercises follow the grammar section of each lesson and provide an excellent opportunity to apply the newly acquired knowledge of grammaire, vocabulaire, and French idiom. Vocabulary building units and reading review selections entremêlé throughout the book act to further solidify the knowledge of the language. Songs, proverbs and riddles enliven the heritage of French culture and folk wisdom.
The Appendix offers many new and original tables for reference and review purposes. But the outstanding feature of the book is its basic organization and the fact that it lives up to its name: ESSENTIALS OF FRENCH. The thoroughly integrated reading units, grammaire, vocabulaire, idioms and contained in each lesson unit build toward the final goal of making this your second language.
This text is designed for classroom and individual instruction but can also be used for self-teaching.

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Kathryn Szczepanska
Russian: A Self-Teaching Guide

Learn Russian at your own pace
How do Russian letters differ from English letters? How do you choose the correct form of specific verbs? What are some useful, everyday Russian words? With Russian: A Self-Teaching Guide, you’ll discover the answers to these questions and many more about this challenging language.
This thorough primer presents an easy-to-follow, proven method for grasping the basics of Russian, complete with helpful tips on writing and pronouncing Cyrillic characters and building your Russian vocabulary. You get lively dialogues and reading exercises, concise lessons on grammar and usage, notes on Russian culture, and a compact Russian-English glossary. The clearly structured format of Russian makes it fully accessible, providing an easily understood, comprehensive overview for everyone from students to business and leisure travelers to Russian culture mavens.
Like all Self-Teaching Guides, Russian allows you to build gradually on what you have learned—at your own pace. Questions and self-tests reinforce the information in each chapter and allow you to skip ahead or focus on specific areas of concern. Packed with useful, up-to-date information, this clear, concise volume is a valuable learning tool and reference source for anyone who wants to improve his or her understanding of basic Russian.

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Dr Daphne West
Teach Yourself Beginner’s Russian Grammar

The ideal grammar guide for beginners or intermediate students of Russian, and the perfect complement to other language learning tools.