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Russian Vocabulary Words and Phrases Vocabulary words and phrases: Vocabulary is the key to learning a language. Oftentimes, the mastery of a foreign language is measured by the number of words that you know. While the grammar is finite and it's possible to learn all the rules of the Russian grammar, the vocabulary is endless and it's hardly possible to learn all the words existing in the Russian language. How to Learn Russian in 5 Simple Steps - LanguageBoost Let me share with you a story… A few years ago I was making a long journey through Eastern Europe. We ended up spending some time in Odessa, a city the south of Ukraine where most people speak Russian. I was together with my polyglot-friend Conor Clyne who speaks Russian. Conor had been to Odessa many times before, so getting around town was easy for me, Conor arranged everything.
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An On-line Russian Reference Grammar Preliminaries IntroductionThe Cyrillic Alphabet Rules of Pronunciation The Basic Spelling Rules of Russian The Parts of Speech The Russian Verb Verb Stems and Endings Rules of Combination Verbal Accent Patterns Mutant Consonants Verbal Aspect Verbal Aspectual Pairs (New!) Verbs of Motion Verbs of Position Reflexive Verbs Participles The Russian Noun Proper Russian: Why Russians Are Not Smiling A German friend once asked me,"Why are Russian people so gloomy? Nobody smiles here”. I looked around and noticed that indeed, almost nobody in the Moscow subway was smiling. I said, "Why should they?” My friend raised his eyebrow in astonishment and changed the subject.
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