Very Simple Russian

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Simple Books, 1991 - Japanese language - 64 pages
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The age of glsnost has opened Russia to an enormous influx of foreign visitors, for business and pleasure, and this book is destined to prove an invaluable treaveling companion that teaches how to communicate at a basic level in many common situations. Irene Slater, a frequent traveler to Russia over the past 20 years, teaches Russian at the University of Durham, England.

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Contents

Background to Russian
7
Alphabet Stress Pronunciation
9
Arriving in Russia
13
Copyright

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Common terms and phrases

About the author (1991)

Irene Slatter teaches Russian at the University of Durham, England, and is the author of the sister volume, Very Simple Russian. She has been a frequent visitor to Russia over the last 30 years with a wide circle of both professional and personal acquaintances, and has a special interest in the role of women in Russian society.

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