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by Willaim E. Harkins,Galina Stilman

Download Introductory Russian Grammar (English and Russian Edition) ePub
  • ISBN 0536007381
  • ISBN13 978-0536007384
  • Language English Russian
  • Author Willaim E. Harkins,Galina Stilman
  • Publisher Xerox College Publishing; 2nd edition (1972)
  • Pages 538
  • Formats mbr txt docx lrf
  • Category Reference
  • Subcategory Foreign Language Study and Reference
  • Size ePub 1151 kb
  • Size Fb2 1547 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 706

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ISBN 13: 9780536007384. Galina Stilman; Leon Stilman; Willaim E. Harkins. ISBN 10: 0536007381 ISBN 13: 9780536007384. Publisher: Xerox College Publishing, 1972.

Galina Stilman, Leon Stilman, William E. ISBN: 978-0-471-00738-8 January 1975 560 Pages. A great variety of drill materials has also been supplied, to the extent that no separate workbook or reader is believed necessary.

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In 1968, I worked with the first edition in my HS Russian class. We were told then that the text was 2 year college level equivalent, and I was astounded to find from the reviewers here, that it still is! Anyway - even all that long ago the text was brilliant and by the end of the HS year I was able to carry on conversations and even found myself thinking in Russian. Our instructor went on to take a job with the FBI as a Russian translator. I held on to the textbook but lost it several years ago to poor storage. I recently purchased a used version of the second edition (1972) from Ashtonius Online for a fraction of the cost new, have reviewed it and feel confident I'll be in better shape to make a planned trip to Russia in the near future, especially with the audio tutor found at the publisher's website: [...]

Throughout the years since using this book in HS, I've purchased several other so called teaching materials - none compares to this. If you want to learn how to speak Russian best, this is the best source, evidenced by the fact that it is still used on the university level as nothing better seems to have been found to replace it :-)
I have purchased EVERY Russian language book and course there is. This and the Alexander Lipson set of books and tapes are the best for a comprehensive understanding of Russian. But if you had to pick one book, this is it. Because it integrates Vocabulary, pronounciation, practice and grammer in a unified context. Now you can download the workbook and audio, which I looked for many years, but until the internet matured, did not have, so the course is even better. If I can give you one tip, do NOT use a transliterated phonetic course spelling words with phonetic spelling, for example "pazhalista", it will handicap you. I recommend using a Russian typing course. Learn to touch type the standard Russian keyboard, and you can chat on skype in Russian. Russian is a very phonetic language, once you learn the alphabet and its order, the best dictionaries will be available and you will be ready shortly thereafter in cyrillic. Get a tutor for one hour a week and record your sessions with the tutor. Ask them tons of questions, and review at your own speed with the recording. Also watch one Russian Language movie per night with English subtitles. In about 6 months you'll have a good Russian base, but you won't be able to speak with Russian's, they speak too fast. This is when you want to make some Russian penpals and chat on skype and social media. Keep watching movies, and you'll be talking soon.
A definite improvement over the New Penguin Russian Course book. This book adds so much more in terms of depth of explanation and lots of examples of sentences in their respective cases to demonstrate the various case forms, plus the added drill exercises, too. This was one area that was severely lacking in the New Penguin book - very few examples to clarify how a case is clearly used that left me hanging. Reading this book the grammar explanations are crystal clear, no second guessing here... You do not need an answer key for the drills in this text; all work can be checked with Google Translate. On the whole, you will not find a finer intro textbook available on the market today that will lay a strong foundation to move your Russian language skills to the next level.
This is undoubtedly one of the best textbooks that I have ever used. I constantly go back and review the exercises and pattern sentences. The book was printed in the early 70's so the stories and dialogs reflect that period of soviet history. The text is comprehensive and well-constructed, and provides a good index to quickly find a topic. The only fault is that there is no answer key for the exercises, but the pattern sentences atone for that omission. The book was designed to be used in the classroom; however, it is still an excellent resource for working on your own. I bought this book as a backup copy since my hardback copy is becoming worn.
This product arrived in excellent condition and earlier than the estimated arrival date.

The book itself is superb resource for anyone making a serious effort to learn Russian as well, and I highly recommend it.
Wasn't a hardcover, as advertised.
This was my original college Russian textbook, and is quite extensive. It is a bit outdated now as the original edition was published in 1975, but overall it was a very good grounding and introduction to the Russian language.
This is my kind of grammar book! It may seem daunting to new or inexperienced language learners but personally when I study a topic I want EVERYTHING in one spot. Just finished unit 5 which discussed, among other things, the locative (prepositional) case. Other books I've used -- grammar and text -- did not delve as thoroughly into the subject (maybe so as not to intimidate??) as this one. My only complaint, and this is something I have noticed with Russian study aids overall, is that plurals are addressed separately. That is, in spite of how thoroughly prepositional case was covered, plural locative possessive pronouns were omitted (at least from this chapter). I looked those up and added to my own separate study info. A little annoying but not enough to downgrade the rating.

Lots of good example sentences which are progressive and well thought out. Not sure why this book went out of print, but if you need to learn Russian, I say get it! I bought it used and saved a ton, and it was in great condition, just a few stray marks. Not bad for 1972.