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  • Russian language · Русский язык Lessons Introduction · Alphabet · Lesson 1 · Lesson 2 · Lesson 3 · Lesson 4 · Lesson 5 (view) (edit) Reference Numbers
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  • RUSSIAN РУССКИЙ Learning the Russian Language, for English Speakers Содержа́ние (Contents)
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  • The Russian Wikibook is designed to present lesson material through intellectually conducive methods. The lessons are designed to give maximum immersion
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  • information about Russian. There is also a wikipedia article: Russian grammar. A Russian language forum. Another Russian language forum A third Russian language
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  • Postage stamps and postal history of Russia (English) История почты России и Почтовые марки России (Russian) /1918 /1921 /1992 /1993 /1994 /1995 /1996
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  • The personal pronouns in Russian are arguably the easiest to learn. As they don't modify nouns (unlike their possessive counterparts), they conjugate
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  • The Russian Wikibook is a collaborative effort to create a comprehensive textbook for learners of the Russian language. Russian is an East Slavic language
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  • Russian cursive (русские рукописные буквы, russkiye rukopisnyye bukvy) is a basic part of studying the Russian language. Because most written Russian
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  • is the Cheat Sheet for the Russian for English Speakers Wikibook. It is intended to be a one page quick guide to the Russian Language, and should serve
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  • English Russia has ordered the suspension of all flights to Egypt following indications that the plane crash in Sinai was caused by a bomb. Chinese suir'zhe
    434 bytes (42 words) - 21:44, 18 May 2016
  • Usually, Russian is pronounced as you see it. However, there are some exceptions, usually changes in the pronunciation of vowels based on where they are
    3 KB (446 words) - 08:39, 3 September 2015
  • These memory aids aren't true! They're nonsense made up to help you remember the meanings of Russian words. (Russian chairs are Стул, stool)
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  • Russian History Early East Slavs Khazaria Kievan Rus' Volga Bulgaria Mongol Invasion Golden Horde The rise of Moscow Ivan III, the Great Ivan
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  • jeans looked outrageous.) The above rule is common to both English and Russian languages and is opposite to the one in French. The reflexive(?) pronouns
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  • went in the shop', 'She spoke about him, 'They went by the shops', etc. Russian prepositions work just like their English counterparts, with one important
    6 KB (467 words) - 10:27, 27 May 2015
  • Ва́ся Петро́в - Vasya Petrov (short for Васи́лий - Vasily) ру́сский - Russian (male) (noun and adjective) живёт - lives; жить to live Москва́ - (Moskva)
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  • (compare "He drove" with "Who drove?", "What drove?", and "What drove?"). Russian has six categories of pronouns, the three most common of which are detailed
    9 KB (1,014 words) - 13:59, 22 October 2013
  • The future tense in Russian is formed in two ways: using the imperfective verbal aspect, or the perfective verbal aspect. Which one you use depends on
    7 KB (874 words) - 05:22, 13 June 2013
  • The Russian alphabet has 33 letters. It descended from the Greek alphabet, so while some may appear like the English alphabet, the pronunciation might
    6 KB (574 words) - 13:31, 18 August 2015
  • 'a letter' is the object, and 'to you' is the indirect object. Thus, in Russian, instead of saying 'to you', they say the word 'you' in it's dative form:
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