Russian Learners’ Dictionary PDF

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Russian Learners' Dictionary PDF

Russian Learners’ Dictionary

Book Description:

This dictionary contains 10,000 Russian words in order of importance starting with the most common and finishing with words that occur about 8 times in a million. All the words have English translations, many have examples of usage and the entries include information on stress and grammatical irregularities. There is also a complete alphabetical index to the words in the list.
A learner who knows all or most of these 10,000 words can be regarded as competent in Russian for all normal purposes. The list takes you from a beginner’s core vocabulary through to postgraduate level.

Book Review:

I have several frequency dictionaries for Russian and this volume by the author of the Penguin Complete Russian course is by far the best one.

Nicholas J. Brown, is a superb teacher. He is Senior Lecturer in Russian at University College London. Professor Brown has many talents but one which is quite evident in this and the previously mentioned title is that he truly seems to understand the practical problems of the English-speaking student of Russian.

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He notes in the Penguin course that students seem to have the most difficulty in their Russian studies in the area of learning vocabulary.
One real help is to help the student identify the most common, most useful words to learn. This book addresses this need.

This book is eminently practical in that it lists vocabulary that has been culled from many modern sources. These are words which you will encounter over and over again so it is very worthwhile to make a point of familiarizing yourself with them.

There are several other such texts available but they are not only dated but also mainly based on literary sources that bear little resemblance to modern Russian.

Of course, this text, since it is based on written materials, does not really do justice to the spoken language however, for what it proposes to do, it admirably succeeds in its goal of providing a frequency list of the most commonly used 10,000 words in the educated, general language.

The first 600 entries are accompanied by examples in Russian which is very useful for anyone wishing to see the terms in use. All entries also list grammatical variants.”Amazon Reader

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About the Author:

Brown recently returned to Australia from Mumbai to appear in Mr and Mrs Murder, Packed to the Rafters and played the real life heroine drug smuggler Supahaus in the leading Australian television show Underbelly: The Man Who Got Away. Brown has also appeared in the short film ‘Bani Ibrahim’ and Channel 7 comedy pilot ‘Lucky Dragon’ and Australian feature films ‘The Characters’, ‘Temptation’ and ‘A Man’s Gotta Do’. His television credits include ‘Home and Away’, ‘White Collar Blue’, ‘Heartbreak High’, ‘Drama School’ and ‘The Cooks’. Acting in many international theatre festivals, in 2010 Brown performed in three new plays at the Australian National Play Festival in Brisbane, in Rehaan Engineer’s ‘Seven Jewish Children’ by Caryl Churchill, Project 88 Art Gallery in Mumbai and ‘Doctrine: How To Survive Under Siege’ in Brussels, Belgium for the Kunsten Festival Des Arts.[7] Brown also represented the NIDA company at the UNESCO 2007 drama schools festival in Transylvania Romania, playing Orestes in Aeschylus’s Ancient Greek tragedy ‘The Oresteian Trilogy.

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