Russian Phrases For Dummies Paperback – 4 Sep 2007
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Hundreds of useful phrases at your fingertips
Speak Russian ― instantly!
Traveling to Russia but don′t know Russian? Need to kick up your conversation skills? This handy little phrasebook will jump–start your comprehension and have you speaking basic Russian in no time.
Discover how to:
- Get directions, shop, and eat out
- Talk numbers, dates, and times
- Chat about family and work
- Discuss sports and the weather
- Deal with problems and emergencies
About the Author
Andrew Kaufman, PhD, is currently a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Virginia. He holds a PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Stanford University, and he has recognized success as both a published scholar and an innovative, award–winning teacher of Russian language, literature, and culture at some of the country’s top universities. To learn more about Dr. Kaufman, please visit his website at www.professorandy.com.
Serafima Gettys, PhD, earned her doctorate degree in Foreign Language Education from Gertzen State Pedagogical University, Leningrad, USSR. She is currently a Coordinator of the Foreign Language Program at Lewis University, where she also teaches Russian. Prior to coming to Lewis University, she taught Russian at Stanford University. Gettys is also a member of a number of professional language associations.
Nina Wieda is a doctoral student in Slavic Languages and Literatures at Northwestern University in Chicago. A trained linguist with an MA in Social Sciences, Nina also has a book of poetry published in Russian, and a number of scholarly articles on Chekhov and contemporary drama published in English.
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Much better phrasebooks are available (such as Lonely Planet) so I'd be tempted to run with an alternative instead of parting with any cash for this item.
I liked the book.
I would recommend to anyone going to Russia
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Even a dummy like myself managed to find some of it understandablePublished 17 months ago by R D Leech
Very good set of variations for each of the common scenarios, Thoroughly recommend.Published 23 months ago by Amazon Customer