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Roots of the Russian language
G. Z. Patrick
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This is an essential book to have if you are interested in learning the Russian language. The book visually presents root words and conjugations in a manner which make it easy for students to understand and absorb the content.
There are not a lot of Russian books out there for English speakers and if you are looking for an important book to /5(55).
Roots of the Russian Language. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Roots of the Russian Language: An Elementary Guide to Russian Word-Building (English and Russian Edition) George Z. Patrick. Published by Pitman Publishing Corporation ().
Designed to help students of Russian increase their knowledge of wordbuilding and, as a result, increase their vocabulary, Roots of the Russian Knowledge includes of the most commonly used roots of the Russian language/5.
The idea took shape when i noticed that there are similar words in shape and slightly different in meaning scattered along an alphbetical dictionary,until i typed " russian roots" and came up with this masterpiece.
I recommend for teachers as well as advanced self study students of Russian to acquire this book/5(14). A traditional alphabet primer, the “Bukvar’” is something every Russian first-grader carries to school.
This is an ideal first book for all Russian learners, one that contains keys to learning the language—the letters. This colorful version is compiled by N. Zhukova, a trusted author of many Russian learning books. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Foreword --Component elements of Russian words --List of the most important suffixes --Prefixes --List of prepositions used as prefixes --Variation of vowels and consonants --Roots --Exercises for practice --Index of words --Index of roots.
This book provides a small sampling of the not so distant African linguistic roots of the words in Russian. Word-Formation Peter O. Müller,Ingeborg Ohnheiser,Susan Olsen,Franz Rainer — Language Arts & Disciplines. External history Historical development.
Russian is a Slavic language of the Indo-European Indo-European languages are descendants of a single prehistoric language, reconstructed as Proto-Indo-European, spoken sometime in the Neolithic era.
Although no written records remain, much of the culture and religion of the Proto-Indo-European people can also be reconstructed based on their.
Roots of the Russian Language is not a textbook for learning the language, and it is not meant to be perused from cover to cover.
If you aren't very familiar with Russian, browsing the lists in this book will not be much more interesting than browsing the entries in a Russian-English dictionary.