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25 excerpts from chapters from Eugene Onegin. For group reading and discussion.


Manual on speaking practice for intermediate-advanced level. Edition includes 28 stories in pictures and as texts, with questions and activities after each text.


Texts and exercises. Illustrated. Intermediate level. Includes audio CD. 'Simple Story' is not only an interesting collection of texts. Working with this book (and CD) will help you deepen and broaden your knowledge of Russian, strengthen vocabulary, rei


The book includes adapted texts about Nikolay Pirogov, an outstanding Russian surgeon. Pirogov (1810-1881) was a prominent Russian scientist, doctor, pedagogue, public figure, and corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1847). He is consi


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The reader includes short anekdotes, jokes, and funny stories. For the I level.


Reader that focuses on the texts of Russian media (e.g. newspapers, magazines, etc.).


Reader for students includes a short story "Sunstroke." In a filtration camp, a captain is being haunted by his past tragic romantic memories while the white officers under him are planning their defense attack against the red army.


A collection of over 100 texts with exercises for students who begin to learn Russian.


The book is for those who know Russian very little yet, but would very much love to start reading something basic in terms of the language, not the essence. Short and interesting author's texts, Russian-English dictionary for each text, exercises for classroom and independent work. Published in four volumes. Issue 4. Stories about russian painters,...


The book is for those who know Russian very little yet, but would very much love to start reading something basic in terms of the language, not the essence. Short and interesting texts, Russian-English glossary for each text, exercises for classroom and independent work. Seires consists of four parts. Part 3 contains five short stories.


This reader contains works from modern Russian authors, all of which are very significant in the context of modern Russian literature. All of the texts are accompanied with lexical, stylistic, grammatical and literary commentaries, which give necessary information for activating the memory. Each story has dictionary definitions for difficult words, with...


The manual is written for students of advanced level of Russian (B2-C1) and is aimed at developing communicative competence. It consists of 10 sections reflecting the main areas of contemporary public life and the main headings of news media: "Domestic and Foreign Policy", "Economics and Entrepreneurship", "Social Sphere", "Demographic Processes and...


This is a reader for students at the B1 level. It includes short stories by Dmitry Yemets. The book will appeal to both children and adults. The text of the stories is adapted (B1), accompanied by a commentary, assignments to understand what has been read and to practice speaking skills.


Annotated Russian Reader for Intermediate (B1-B2) Level students that focuses on the verbs of motion. The reader provides ample support for the learner, including marginal glosses, historical-cultural, and grammatical commentaries, as well as a range of exercises on translation, word- formation, vocabulary building, and participles. The story follows the...


?In the Court? was first published in 1886. The story relates to Chekhov?s experiences in 1884-86 when he worked as a substitute country doctor in Zvenigorod. Chekhov was seeing patients, conducted autopsies, and testified in court as an expert witness. Lawyer Serpovsky wrote that Chekhov was interested in the court proceedings and was very well...


The book presents a shortened version of the novel "Crime and Punishment" by the great Russian writer of the XIX century F.M. Dostoevsky. The action takes place in summer in St. Petersburg. The protagonist - a former St. Petersburg student Raskolnikov - thinks he has the moral right to commit a crime. Murder for him is a test of the right to consider...


A romantic love story by Dostoevsky. The text is adapted for the level of 2300 frequently used words and supplied with stresses. It provides exercises, tests, keys to the exercises, vocabulary and illustrations.


This manual contains 12 works by Pushkin ('The Shot,' 'The Station Inspector'), and also texts about places related to Pushkin in St. Petersburg. All texts are supplemented with exercises. At the end of the manual is a word list and supplement for the t


A story of a young man from France, who came to Russia to work and to travel. Illustrated with multiple colorful images of various Russian sites.

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