Russian Learners´ Dictionary:10, 000 Russian Words in Frequency Order Nicholas Brown
Millions of people learn Russian but only a very small percentage of learners can actually speak it fluently. Why is that?People in general are quick to point out that some are naturally built more than others to learn Russian and other languages. This is not necessarily true, however, since we have all come to learn and speak our native language fluently.If you find yourself overwhelmed trying to study and review thousands of Russian phrases and vocabulary words or are struggling to speak Russian with native speakers, try this audiobook! This is not a basic Russian for beginners audiobook designed to teach the Russian language but an audiobook that will teach you how to learn Russian the smart way and get you to fluency faster using highly effective language learning methods and techniques.There exists hundreds of Russian language coursebooks, Russian phrase books, and online resources to learn Russian, but without smart language learning techniques and strategies, you are likely to forget what you have studied and reviewed; especially during a conversation. There exists an easier and more fun way to build your overall Russian language ability.In How to Get Really Good at Russian, discover how you can easily conquer the Russian language using highly effective methods and strategies used by polyglots (language learning experts). These methods and techniques can even be used to learn Russian phrases, vocabulary, and grammar from TV shows, movies, videos, music, and video games.Learn Russian smarter and faster starting today!PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Bender. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/148829/bk_acx0_148829_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Learn Russian: Angelos Georgakis
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The acquisition of definite and indefinite articles by L1 Russian learners of L2 English: Viktoriia Donchuk
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Wondering how to make use of all that spare time on the plane while you´re flying to Moscow or St. Petersburg? Between your in-flight meal and your in-flight movie, try some In-Flight Russian! This 60-minute program is the simplest way to learn just enough Russian to get through anything you´ll run into, whether you´re traveling for business or for pleasure. Short lessons make In-Flight Russian easy to use: Covers everything from greetings and polite expressions to asking directions, getting around, checking into a hotel, and going to a restaurant. Includes sections for meeting people and spending a night on the town. Over 400 essential words, phrases, and expressions. Simple and effective format - just listen and repeat. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Living Language. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/lila/000014/bk_lila_000014_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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