Troika: a communicative approach to Russian language, life, and culture

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J. Wiley, Feb 2, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 613 pages
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Emphasizes reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, focusing on language proficiency and vocabulary skills by using numerous individual, paired and group activities. Succinct, simple, grammar descriptions are encapsulated in sections throughout the chapters and a full discussion at the end of each chapter enables students to develop strong communication skills. Contains engrossing cultural material on famous people, facts in geography, history and tradition.

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This was my textbook for Russian classes. The illustrations were helpful and the layout good for learning the language. I don't remember a lot of culture being covered here, but then it is focused on ... Read full review

Review: Troika: A Communicative Approach to Russian Language, Life, and Culture

User Review  - Goodreads

This was my textbook for Russian classes. The illustrations were helpful and the layout good for learning the language. I don't remember a lot of culture being covered here, but then it is focused on ... Read full review

Contents

About Myself
1-1
My Day
IE-10
My Family
IE-18
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Marita Nummikoski, associate professor of Russian at the University of Texas at San Antonio, is the author of "Troika: Elementary Russian. "Andrei Bogomolov is professor of Russian at Moscow State University.

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