V puti: Russian grammar in context

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 400 pages
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This innovative book contains twelve units and combines a communicative approach with a solid grammar foundation that will prepare readers for further study at the advanced level. Takes a contrastive cultures approach that consists of the exchange of information between Americans and Russians. Develops all four language skills in each unit. Each lesson contains: conversations followed by various oral exercises; writing assignments; grammar review or introduction followed by exercises; authentic reading selections from newspapers (“Reading for Information”); a discussion of Russian speech conventions; and an unabridged literary book (“Reading for Pleasure”).

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Contents

Справочный отдел
1
Давайте познакомимся
13
Мы и наЧни живбтные
45
Понедельник дечь тяжёлый
77
Дни нашей жизни
107
Дом в котором мы живём
133
Что вы за человек?
159
Чтобы читать порусски
187
Городская жизнь
231
Природа и мы
259
Приятного аппетита
289
Чем мы увлекаемся
319
ррепсИх
347
Словарь Русскоанглийский
360
Англорусский
381
Copyright

Вокруг света
201

About the author (1996)

Ben Rifkin is professor of Russian and vice dean for undergraduate affairs, College of Liberal Arts, Temple University.
Olga Kagan is Coordinator of the Russian Language Program and director of the Center for World Languages at the University of California at Los Angeles.
Anna Yatsenko is visiting assistant professor of Russian at Reed College.

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