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Anna Karenina is the tragedy of married aristocrat and socialite Anna Karenina and her affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. The reader is illustrated with photos from the Russian feature film (1967). Each chapter of adapted text is concluded with comments and questions for discussion.
Reader (for level B1) is an adapted text of the famous story by Sasha Cherny first published in 1927. This story is about fox terrier name Mikki who lives with a big family and writes about his experiences. Reader includes colorful illustrations, exercise
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.
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.
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).
A collection of short stories for learners of Russian.
A fulll text of a short story. Accompanied with illustrations, glossary, and questions for discussion.
Read in Your Field Series: International Trade. The reader includes 20 themes on various kinds of international trade. Each theme includes glossaries, text, and 12-15 exercises based on the text content.
Reader for the learners of Russian on the intermediate/advanced level. The reader includes texts with comments, stresses, information about authors, and exercises. This reader includes fragments of prose by Alexander Pushkin, Leo Tolstoy, N.Gogol, I.Gonch
Ionytch is an idealistic young doctor who is infatuated with Katya, the lovely daughter of the wealthy Turkin family. The eccentric Turkin family delights in throwing parties and Ionytch is often in attendance. Katya has inherited her father's penchant fo
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,...
Reader for learners of Russian. 3000 words lexicon minimum.
Short play by Chekhov.
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 i
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
Reader with questions and exercises. Age level: 4-8 years.
Reader for the beginners level. Covers basic grammar, vocabulary. Contains glossary, exercises, illustrations. Level: I. Total words used: under 760.
Texts for the students of A2 (basic) level and higher. Texts cover topics about Russian culture, regional geography, and related themes.
The story based on Belyaev's novel "Professor Dowell's Head." The reader is illustrated with photos from the popular film.
22 authors with 22 poems with multiple questions (and keys) at the end of each chapter. The detailed explanations allow understand the language of metaphors, pick up new words, and learn about Russian poets (Krylov, Pushkin, Lermontov, Tolstoy, Blok, Gumi