Easy Russian Alphabet: A Visual Workbook

Wayz Press
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This highly visual workbook takes you, step by step, through the process of learning the Russian alphabet. It uses several strategies to help learners achieve mastery quickly and thoroughly. These strategies include: groupingvisual mnemonicstest questions to help you practicevocabulary lists for further practice.

These vocabulary lists appear for each group of letters, so you can practice on words that only use the letters you have learned. To make them easier to read (and also, beneficially, remember), the words are mostly cognate with English words. Thus you can not only practice your letters, but also pick up some few hundreds of words as well. Where the meaning of the words is less obvious, mnemonic keywords are provided.

The workbook includes:

instruction on learning the individual lettersvisual and story mnemonics for learning the order of the alphabettargeted vocabulary listsfull glossary with word meanings and mnemonics where appropriate.

 

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Wayz Press
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Published on
Aug 18, 2018
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Pages
88
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ISBN
9781927166543
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Language
English
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Genres
Foreign Language Study / Russian
Foreign Language Study / Slavic Languages (Other)
Language Arts & Disciplines / Study & Teaching
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