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Getting Around Town in Russian: Situational Dialogs (English and Russian Edition) e-book

Author:

Richard D. Sylvester,Lora Paperno

Language:

English Russian

Category:

Reference

Subcategory:

Etiquette

ePub size:

1882 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Slavica Pub; First Edition edition (March 1, 1988)

Pages:

122

ISBN:

0893571717

Getting Around Town in Russian: Situational Dialogs (English and Russian Edition) e-book

by Richard D. Sylvester,Lora Paperno


Getting Around Town in R. .has been added to your Cart. In the classroom, these dialogs have had just as much success with students who are not preparing to visit the Soviet Union.

Getting Around Town in R. The reason, we think, is the cultural information they contain: they can serve as quite vivid eye-openers, showing how the system actually works for anyone living in it from day to day. -- excerpt from book's "About This Book".

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Paperno, Lora;Sylvester, Richard D. Publication date. Text in English and Russian. ABBYY FineReader 1. (Extended OCR). Columbus, Ohio : Slavica Publishers.

Items related to Getting Around Town in Russian: Situational Dialogs. The book contains no grammar explanations, and no glossary. Side-by-side translations make clear what each line means, and a number of footnotes explain cultural differences. ISBN 13: 9780893571719. The dialogs have worked well with students in their fourth or fifth semester, and fit conveniently into a course that has a conversation class once a week. They can also be useful to graduate students, exchange scholars, and anyone residing in the Soviet Union for a period of work or study.

It is divided into fourteen sections, the titles of which may look rather traditional for phrase books.

Getting Around Town in Russian: Situational Dialogs. Advanced Russian is intended for students who have had at least two full years of Russian, and can be used in third, fourth, or fifth-year classes. English translation and photographs by Richard D. Sylveseter. Its strongest features are good, colloquial Russian, solid, up-to-date grammatical analysis, considerable cultural information, and a wealth of varied exercises More Information. The Russian Desk: A Listening and Conversation Course.

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The book is divided into 14 chapters (Transport, Knizhnyj magazin, Pervyj vizit v gosti, etc.). Each chapter contains 15 to 20 dialogs, typically 4 lines long. The dialogs are written in a very colloquial style. The book contains no grammar explanations, and no glossary. Side-by-side translations make clear what each line means, and a number of footnotes explain cultural differences. The dialogs have worked well with students in their fourth or fifth semester, and fit conveniently into a course that has a conversation class once a week. They can also be useful to graduate students, exchange scholars, and anyone residing in the Soviet Union for a period of work or study. They're easily memorized, and should be, to be acted out with another person. Once performed, the situation can be developed -- ask directions, take a taxi, and so on. The 39 photographs, taken expressly to go with these dialogs, provide a context and a starting point for new situations.

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