Learn Russian – Vocabulary2001 – 2001

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Learn Russian. Vocabulary2001
DK Publishing, “Russian-English Bilingual Visual Dictionary”
Russian For Dummies (2nd Edition)
Russian for Beginners: The Best Handbook for learning to speak Russian! by Getaway Guides
Fleming S., Kay S.E. – Colloquial Russian. The Complete Course For Beginners (3rd ed.)

Learn Russian. Vocabulary2001

2011 г. / Innovative language /PDF /2036 /ISBN/ MP3 / 128 kbps

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Fleming S., Kay S.E. – Colloquial Russian. The Complete Course For Beginners (3rd ed.)

Colloquial Russian is intended for students working on their own or with а teacher. lt covers the situations, vocabu lary and grammar required to take students up to GCSE level and, in the later units, it also includes some of the additional structu res requi red at а more advanced level.
Units begin with dialogues and short texts. These introduce all the new st ructu res dealt with in that unit and are followed Ьу lists of new vocabulary. Only the new vocabulary is explained in each unit. There is а cumu lative Russian-English vocabulary at the back of the book, but it is important to try to master the vocabulary for each unit before moving on to the next . Each unit, as well as introducing new grammatical structures, also has а theme and teaches the student how to deal with а particu lar situation or situations in Russian. The English-Russian vocabulary does not contain all the words used in the book. lt is intended for use with exercises in the book where you are requi red to translate into Russian, principal ly the improvisation exercises.
After the dialogue there are communicative and situation-based exercises, which give practice in using and understanding the new
vocabulary: multiple-choice questions, questions оп the text and related questions di rected at the student. Additional short pieces are associated with the theme of the unit, such as forms and questionnai res to com­plete, advertisements, menus, maps and street plans. There are also vocabulary-bu ilding exercises. This section is particularly useful for students working towards GCSE, and teachers will find plenty of material for oral and group work. lt includes ‘Russian real ia’, which are docu­ments drawn from Russian daily life; these may bе used as practice for the GCSE reading exercise. You wi ll not find every single word and expression used in these extracts explained in the book. Only the minimum of key words is given. Treat this as а real-life exercise.
Do поt expect to uпderstaпd every word but just eпough to Ье аblе to work out the aпswers to the questioпs.
Next iп each uпit is а grammar sectioп iп which the пеw structures iпtroduced iп that uпit are explaiпed. Explaпatioпs are strictly related
to the material iп the uпit апd are, therefore, поt exhaustive: they do поt, for example, cover exceptioпs that do поt appear iп the book. lt will рrоbаblе helpful to glaпce forward to these explaпations when traпslatiпg the text апd dialogue апd theп work through the sectioп more methodical ly before attemptiпg the grammar exercises that follow.
Exercises оп the grammar follow the explaпation of each пеw point of grammar. Fiпal ly, there is an improvisation, or role-play, exercise. This
gives you the opportuпity to use the пеw vocabulary and structures learпt iп the uпit to commuпicate iп а real-l ife situatioп. There is а key to the exercises in the back of the book so that students workiпg on their оwп сап moпitor their progress, but in respect of the improvisatioп exercise the aпswers given are опlу suggestioпs. They are not the only possiЫe version. The object of the exercise is to communicate the message usiпg expressions you feel coпfident with.
At the епd of the book is а grammar summary. This preseпts the maiп grammatical forms dealt with iп the book iп taЫes for easy
reference. Also for reference at the back of the book is the two-way vocabulary and ап index to the grammatical poiпts covered in each uпit.
The recordiпgs, which may bе purchased to accompany the book, wi ll поt опlу help the studeпt with pronu nciatioп but also develop oral
and aural skills. The symbol О iпdicates which material is on the recordiпgs.
We would like to express our gratitude to lan Ferguson who designed the Russian cursive font used iп the handwritteп alphabet sectioп.

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