Grammatika v kontekste: Russian grammar in literary contexts

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McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Foreign Language Study - 398 pages
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Grammatika v kontekste: (Grammar in Context) is an instructional program designed to help students review, systematize, and add to the knowledge of Russian that they acquired in previous courses. Appropriate for use in intermediate or advanced Russian courses, the text covers the essential topics and functions of Russian. Grammatical points are illustrated in reading texts that include non-literary, as well as literary selections. The complete package includes a text, workbook/laboratory manual, audiocassette program, and an instructor's manual.

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Benjamin Rifkin is currently a professor of Russian at the University of Wisconsin. As a board member of the AAUSC, he successfully presented a proposal for the 2000 edition of the AAUSC journal.