Very Simple Russian
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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Background to Russian
Alphabet Stress Pronunciation
Arriving in Russia
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3aji abyet adin airport alphabet Anglii Anglii/Ameriki answer astanofka auditorium bilyet Bolshoi Theatre borshch buffet bufyet bus stop ocTaHOBKa Bxoa cafe cajiaT H3 called cash desk chemist Christian name Church Slavonic cloakroom compartments ctoji customs dlya drinks dvadtzatz foreign currency gdye mozhna gorad GRAMMATICAL NOTE hello ice-cream iditye Kacca kagda kassa knigi kopecks Leningrad lusta meals MeTpo metro mineral water minya mnye nravitsa mnye nuzhna Moscow Moskva Nicholai Ivanovich nomir oceTpHHa ochin odin padarki pakazhitye mnye pazhalusta passport petrol pispart polyclinic post office pyatz rapHHpoM restaurant ristoran roubles Russian Russian words shops skazhitye pazhalusta skolka Slavonic soft sign souvenirs Soviet Union spasiba St Methodius stamps station stol suviniri svidaniya syem syrup taksi taxi telephone theatre tickets tilifon train number tram travelling trolley bus tzena underground vagon vash vasha vikhod vodka WORDS AND PHRASES zaftrak zavut