Russian Everywhere

Olena Dziuba
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RUSSIAN EVERYWHERE will teach you Russian and entertain at the same time! The book contains 100 real-life dialogues of everyday situations provided with illustrations.

Our mission is to make Russian language easy and fun to learn. We augment our dialogues with entertaining illustrations, which help you to memorize them better. The pictures might also give you some insight into the Russian way of thinking and – may be – make you smile.

The book introduces phrases on various topics such as Greeting, Getting acquainted, Small talk, Plans, Invitations, Ordering drinks, Congratulations, Compliments, Apologizes, Gratitude, Saying Goodbye.

The phrases introduce the colloquial Russian – the Russian that Natives speak. So, if you are a beginner who would like to get a quick start or if you want to refresh your current skills in Russian, the book can help and entertain you.

Start speaking Russian now!
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Publisher
Olena Dziuba
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Published on
Apr 28, 2016
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Pages
107
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ISBN
9786050426939
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Language
English
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Genres
Foreign Language Study / Russian
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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