With over 10,000 fully illustrated terms arranged by theme and an audio app, Russian language learning has never been easier. Perfect for tourist and business travellers alike, DK´s Bilingual Visual Dictionary series is by your side when buying food, talking about work, discussing health, and studying language. Stunning visuals and comprehensive indexes combine to make the Russian English Bilingual Visual Dictionary your indispensable Russian language companion. Fully updated to reflect recent changes in technology and clothing, the Russian English Bilingual Visual Dictionary also features an easy-to-use free audio app available on the App Store and Google Play, enabling you to hear terms spoken out loud. Learn and retain all the key phrases you need to know, and perfect your pronunciation with audio help.
These best-loved bilingual books have been revised and updated to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Usborne Publishing. Features 1,000 everyday words illustrated with busy scenes and labelled pictures to help children learn key vocabulary. Ages: 5+
Russian English Bilingual Book. Perfect for kids studying English or Russian as their second language. In this touching bedtime story, a little girl describes why her Mom is awesome. We see her going through her day, carrying the warmest feeling about her mother. Mom always knows how she feels and can help with any problem. Mom can make the most complicated braid and explain fractions; Mom can help to wake her up in the morning and hug her tightly when she´s sad. With adorable illustrations and a message to which everyone can relate, this is a perfect book for kids and their moms.
ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS OF RUSSIAN PLAYS, the four-act comedy in verse Woe from Wit skewers staid, nineteenth century Russian society, and it positively teems with ´´winged phrases´´ that are essential colloquialisms for students of Russian and Russian culture. Presented here in bilingual format (English and accented Russian on facing pages), Griboyedov´s masterpiece becomes newly accessible to Russophiles of all levels and abilities. ´´Winged phrases´´ are highlighted throughout; archaic words and important historical references are footnoted; and a thorough biographical introduction prefaces the play. You will never regret any time spent reading, learning, and understanding Woe from Wit - few works of Russian literature have had such a lasting impact on the Russian mindset and soul.