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Moscow, the capital of Russia

The Russian Wikibook is a collaborative effort to create a comprehensive textbook for learners of the Russian language. Russian is an East Slavic language, related to Ukrainian and Belarusian, and is spoken by over 270 million people worldwide. This book includes four sections: a main text curriculum, a grammar supplement, an appendix, and a vocabulary. The main text guides the student through the lessons and provides everything to understand the texts that are to be understood. The grammar supplement provides a greater detail into the concepts presented in the lessons. The appendix is there to refer to for usage and other miscellaneous concepts. The vocabulary groups words into concept-based sections for studying.

Содержа́ние (Contents)[edit | edit source]

Гла́вы (Chapters)[edit | edit source]

  1. Как тебя́ зову́т? (What is your name?) 75% developed
  2. Lesson 2 25% developed - Introducing yourself.
  3. Lesson 3 25% developed - Basic Grammar.
  4. Lesson 4 25% developed - Vocabulary.
  5. Lesson 5 25% developed - Text.

Грамма́тика (Grammar)[edit | edit source]

Приложе́ние (Аppendix)[edit | edit source]

Слова́рь (Vocabulary)[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous resources 0% developed

Internet Resources 0% developed

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