Exercises in Russian Syntax:With Explanatory Notes, the Simple Sentence (Classic Reprint) V. S. Belevitskaya
The Role of Case in Russian Syntax:Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988 C. Neidle
Role of Case in Russian Syntax: C. Neidle
Exercises in Russian Syntax:With Explanatory Notes, Compound and Complex Sentences (Classic Reprint) V. S. Belevitskaya-Khalizeva
Syntax of Russian: John Frederick Bailyn
Constructing Perfectivity in Russian:The syntax-semantics interface of verbal prefixes Eugenia Romanova
This audio course, Russian Language for 7th Grade, covers the main Russian language curriculum for seventh graders, including phonics, word formation, lexicology, phraseology, morphology, spelling, graphics, syntax, and punctuation. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian. 1. Russian. Oksana Borisenko. http://samples.audible.de/bk/agen/000164/bk_agen_000164_sample.mp3.
The Intelligibility and Comprehensibility of Learner Speech in Russian:A Study in the Salience of Pronunciation, Lexicon, Grammar and Syntax Jill Neuendorf
Ready to learn Russian? Whether this is your first time learning Russian, or if you already know some basic Russian and just want to improve your speech and expand your vocabulary, our SPEAKIT Russian course will make speaking and understanding Russian much easier than you ever imagined! In this course, you´ll learn basic words and common sentences, so that you´ll be able to understand what people are saying to you and even chat a bit - or at least say the right thing at the right time. That´s something, isn´t it? Tell me, how does it work? Choose a topic and start listening! Simple as it sounds - simple to learn! The course is divided into topics taken from everyday life, making it suitable not only for tourists but also for all those interested in understanding and expressing themselves in basic situations without having to delve into the fundamentals of grammar and syntax. You´ll listen to the language and repeat each word or sentence you hear - not just once, but twice! This gives you a chance to listen... to absorb... and to speak! And, hey, if it doesn´t work for you the first time, it will work the second time or maybe the third. Practice as many times as you want, whenever you feel like it! The most important thing to remember is that you should never to be afraid to speak. OK, so others will guess it´s not your native tongue. So what? Language brings people together, and people always appreciate it when you try to speak their language, even if you make a few mistakes.... Each SPEAKIT language-learning course includes the following topics: Preface and Introduction 1. Things You Need to Know 2. Starting to Speak 3. How Much, How Many? 4. Common Questions 5. Important Words 6. Adjectives 7. Numbers 8. Colors 9. Days of the Week 10. Telling the Time 11. Personal Details 1. Language: English. Narrator: PROLOG´s Native Narrators. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004348/bk_acx0_004348_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.