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.
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...
Annotated Russian Reader. Level A2-B1. Reader includes funny short stories by Daniil Kharms accompanied by exercises, glossary, footnotes, and commentary.
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
Texts and poetry that focus on the Russian autumn using various classic pieces and teach allusions and poetic methaphors to intermediate-level students. Manual includes instructions and exercises.
Textbook for learners of Russian who study geography.
A collection of over 100 texts with exercises for students who learn Russian. New lexicon is translated into English. For basic-intermediate level.
About That Which Did Not Happen, an annotated Russian reader, is intended for low-intermediate and intermediate level students of Russian (B1-B2, TRKI I-II). The story is a dynamic narrative by the well-known author Victoria Tokareva about one doctor's lifelong dream to own a tiger. Tokareva masterfully portrays how Dima's dream dictates his inner world...
Manual on regional geography for those who learn Russian (level B1 and higher). Consists of two parts: materials for a teacher and materials for student/s, which include a DVD (72 minutes) and a CD with the manual (131 pages with colorful illustrations).
Short play by Chekhov.
Reader contains the history of Moscow in the Middle Ages: stories of Vasily III, Elena Glinskaia, Ivan the Terrible. Each text is concluded with questions, exercises, and volabulary (translated into English). Black and white illustrations.