New York Times bestseller! Meet Ove. He?s a curmudgeon?the kind of man who points at people he dislikes as if they were burglars caught outside his bedroom window. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People call him 'the bitter
A story of the first Russian captain Kruzenshtern who traveled around the world, about his journeys to Japan, China and America. Contains an adapted text with marked stress, exercises and vocabulary list.
Adapted text of a famous science fiction story.
The book provides an interesting and clear study of verb formation in Russian. Comprehensive explanations are followed by exercises aimed at the development of practical grammar skills.
This manual is specifically for foreign students who will be studying in Russia, and who know Russian at least at level B2 and want to become acquainted with Russian theater-musical culture. The purpose of this manual is to prepare pupils for understanding, interpreting and subsequently discussing products from the Russian musical-theater culture. Texts...
The book introduces genitive case of Russian. It consists of three parts and talks about grammar of a genitive case (forms and functions) with examples and comments in English.
Reader for learners of Russian who know at least 3000 words. The book contains vocabulary and questions after each chapter, and marked stresses for each word. The reader is self-sufficient and does not need any complementary materials.
Includes texts from modern Russian media that focus on regional geography and culture. Includes exercises with keys.
A reader designed specially for those who learn Russian and would like to expand their vocabulary and reinforce grammar through reading. This text is a classical Russian piece, written by Alexander Pushkin in 1833. This story tells about a young officer, Hermann, who attempts to solve the mystery of the three cards. The old countess is the only one who...
Manual contains detailed explanations about the verbal prefixes and exercises to practise their use in written form and in speech. Level B1 (Low Intermediate).
This manual is designed for the learners of Russian at the basic level (A2). It helps to reinforce the knowledge of the cases and pretexts. Manual contains tables for conjugating adjectives, index and attributive pronouns, etc. It is recommended for both classroom use and independent work.
The reader contains 3 adapted stories by Alexander Pushkin.
Reader for those learning Russian. Level 2: 1300 word vocabulary. Contains 2 versions of the Kavkazskii plennik story: the first based on L. Tolstoi's story and the second based on the recent film, Prisoner of the Mountains. Contains adapted texts with marked stresses, exercises and vocabulary lists. Level A2.
Specialized reader with a focus on military history of Russia.
Contains exercises on verbs of motion and verbal aspects. Dialogues and exercises help build speaking skills. Excerpts from contemporary Russian literature are used in exercises.
The adapted text of the popular novel. Includes comments, exercises, keys, glossary, illustrations.Moscow, May 1876. What would cause a talented student from a wealthy family to shoot himself in front of a promenading public? Decadence and boredom, it is presumed. But young sleuth Erast Fandorin is not satisfied with the conclusion that this death is an...
Specialized reader with a focus on law.
Teachers' task book with methods and techniques to teach Russian as a foreing language. Includes 11 chapters on relevant teaching topics, in addition to recommended books and manuals.