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A COMPLETE TEXTBOOK AND REFERENCE GUIDE SPEAK naturally with 40 realistic dialogues using everyday language PRACTICE with clear grammar explanations and plenty of exercises DISCOVER more than language with cultural highlights on society and lifestyle CONTENTS INTRODUCTION THE RUSSIAN ALPHABET AND SOUNDS YPOK 1: 3HakOMcTBO. Getting Acquainted. A. Auanor (Dialogue): Ha BbictaBke aMepUKAHCKOK KomNbIOTepHOn TExHMkH. At an American Computer Show. B. Npou3sHowéunue (Pronunciation): 1. The Consonants 6, 3, K, M, andt 2. Yagapéuue (Stress) | 3, MHTOHAWMA (Intonation) C. fpammatuka 4 cnopoynotpe6néHue (Grammar and Usage): 1. The Absence of “to Be” in the Present Tense 2. Articles 3. Personal Pronouns 4. Simple Negation 5. Asking and Answering Questions D. CnoBapb (Vocabulary) Pycckan Kynbtypa (Russian Culture) YnpamHéHna (Exercises) - YPOK 2: B aaponopty. At the Airport. ' A. Aluanoér (Dialogue): Ha TamoxkHe. At Customs. B. NpousHowénHne (Pronunciation): 1, The Stressed Vowels. 0, a, and bt 2. The Unstressed Vowels. 0, a, A, ande. 3. The Vowels uv, y, 0, and 3 C. [pammatuka “ CnoBoynotpe6néHue (Grammar and Usage): 1. Formal versus Informal Speech 2. The “Umbrella” Spelling Rule 3. The Gender of Nouns 4. Noun Plurals 5. “To Have” D. CnoBapb (Vocabulary) Pyccxaa KyfbtTypa (Russian Culture) YnpaxHénna (Exercises) YPOK 3: B roctiHnue. At a Hotel. A. Auanér (Dialogue): Myx vu xeHd y cTOMKN peructpauun. A Husband and Wife at a Hotel Reception Desk. B. Npou3zHowéxne (Pronunciation): 1. Intonation Pattern AK 3 2. Soft and Hard Vowels 3. The Consonanis a, ft, A, H, and b C. fpammatuka uv cnoBoynotTpebnéHue Grammar and Usage): 1,Intreduction to Verb Conjugation 2. The Present Tense of 7 14 14 15 16 138 18 20 24 25 26 28 28 Conjugation | Verbs 3. Cardinal Numbers O-10 4. Irregular Noun Plurals 32 D. CnoBdpb (Vocabulary) 36 Pycckaa KyibTYpa (Russian Culture) 37 Ynpamnéuua (Exercises) 37 YPOK 4: O6méu géHer. Exchanging Money. 39 A. Auanoér (Dialogue): B 64nke «Mocksa». At the “Moscow” Bank. 39 B. Npowu3zsHowéHne (Pronunciation): 1.The Soft Sign (b) 2. Intonation of “Bbl He 3HdeTe... ?” 40 C, [Tpammatuka nw cnopoynotpe6néuue (Grammar and Usage): 1. An Introduction to Cases 2. The Nominative Case 3. The Prepositional (Locative) Case 4. The Prepositional Case of Personal Pronouns 5. Either/Or 6. Cardinal Numbers 11--20 44 D. Cnosdpb (Vocabulary) —— . - - 47 P¥cckas KyAbTypa (Russian Culture) Ok 48 Ynpamuéuua (Exercises) 49 YPOK 5: Ha pa6dte. At Work, | 51 A. Ananér (Dialogue): B yupemaéuun B noHeAeNbHUK YTpom. At the Office on Monday Morning. 51 B. Mpowu3sHowénHue (Pronunciation): 1. Consonant Devoicing 2, Consonant Clusters 3. The Consonants B, 1, p, and c 52 C. [pammatuna nw cnoBoynotpe6néuue (Grammar and Usage): 1. The Verbs xKuTb (fo live) and nucdtb (to write) 2. The Accusative Case and Direct Objects 3. The Days of the Week 4. The Conjunction a 5. Patronymics and Last Names 54 D. CnoBapb (Vocabulary) on 58 Pycckas KynbtTypa (Russian Culture) Bo 59 YnpaxxHeunun (Exercises) eee 59 Népeas nposépka (First Review) 62 YPOK 6: CuAtue kBapTppl. Renting an Apartment. 64 A. flvanor: B uuctutyte. At the Institute. 64 B. fpouzsHowéuue: 1. The Consonants w and uw 2. The Hard Sign b 65 C. Ppammdtuka un cnosoynotpebnéune: . 1. An Introduction to Adjectives 2. Short-form Adjectives 3, The Verb “To.Want” 4. Cardinal Numbers 30-1,000 0.2.0... 66 vi | | Contents