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Troika

Author: Marita Nummikoski
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470646322
Size: 58.27 MB
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This communicative "natural approach" to introductory Russian emphasizes reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Everyday topics are presented to allow readers to begin communicating immediately. Grammar is presented as a necessary tool for communication and is introduced throughout. The book aims at comparing and contrasting cultures, rather than presenting the target culture only.

Troika

Author: Marita Nummikoski
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN:
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Emphasizes reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, focusing on language proficiency and vocabulary skills by using numerous individual, paired and group activities. Succinct, simple, grammar descriptions are encapsulated in sections throughout the chapters and a full discussion at the end of each chapter enables students to develop strong communication skills. Contains engrossing cultural material on famous people, facts in geography, history and tradition.

Troika Activities Manual

Author: Marita Nummikoski
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470646349
Size: 69.53 MB
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Troika's continued focus on functional communication gives international business managers early success in the Russian language and encourages them to use what they learn. The second edition has been updated to reflect contemporary Russian society and expose them to Russian culture. Vocabulary and grammar are presented as necessary tools for communication, but always in the context of real-world situations. Each chapter also features Word Building sections that deal with the complex nature of roots, prefixes, suffixes, and other aspects of Russian word formation. And with its emphasis on reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, international business managers will get up to speed on the Russian language quickly.

Troika A Communicative Approach To Russian Language Life And Culture 2nd Edition

Author: Marita Nummikoski
Publisher: Wiley Global Education
ISBN: 1118361911
Size: 22.12 MB
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This communicative "natural approach" to introductory Russian emphasizes reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. Everyday topics are presented to allow readers to begin communicating immediately. Grammar is presented as a necessary tool for communication and is introduced throughout. The book aims at comparing and contrasting cultures, rather than presenting the target culture only.

Troika

Author: Marita Nummikoski
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN: 9780471309451
Size: 31.15 MB
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Emphasizes reading, writing, speaking and listening skills, focusing on language proficiency and vocabulary skills by using numerous individual, paired and group activities. Succinct, simple, grammar descriptions are encapsulated in sections throughout the chapters and a full discussion at the end of each chapter enables students to develop strong communication skills. Contains engrossing cultural material on famous people, facts in geography, history and tradition.

Russian History Through The Senses

Author: Matthew P. Romaniello
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1474263143
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Bringing together an impressive cast of well-respected scholars in the field of modern Russian studies, Russian History through the Senses investigates life in Russia from 1700 to the present day via the senses. It examines past experiences of taste, touch, smell, sight and sound to capture a vivid impression of what it was to have lived in the Russian world, so uniquely placed as it is between East and West, during the last three hundred years. The book discusses the significance of sensory history in relation to modern Russia and covers a range of exciting case studies, rich with primary source material, that provide a stimulating way of understanding modern Russia at a visceral level. Russian History through the Senses is a novel text that is of great value to scholars and students interested in modern Russian studies.