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Russian Phrases for Dummies

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    Andrew Kaufman(Author) Serafima Gettys(Author) Nina Wieda(Author)

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Traveling in a foreign country such as Russia suddenly becomes a lot more exciting when you can engage in elegant small talk with the locals.Russian Phrases For Dummies is your handy guide to everyday words and phrases you can start using immediately to make your visit more rewarding and a whole lot easier.

This user–friendly phrasebook will jump–start your comprehension and have you speaking basic Russian in no time. Its quick–and–easy approach gives you language fundamentals up front, the Words to Know section helps you find the right word fast, and the easy–to–use pronunciation key helps other people understand what you′re trying to say. You′ll learn how to:

  • Get directions, shop, and eat out
  • Talk numbers, dates, and time
  • Chat about family and work
  • Discuss sports and the weather
  • Deal with problems and emergencies
  • Pronounce familiar English words and phrases in Russian and English
  • Beware of words that sound to English but don′t mean the same thing
  • Read signs that use the Russian alphabet
  • Follow the conventions of Russian pronunciation
  • Use basic Russian grammar correctly
  • Keep ten commonly used Russian phrases on the tip of your tongue
  • Use basic telephone vocabulary and send letters, emails, and faxes

Don′t have time to study the language before you get to Russia? No worries. Just flip through Russian Phrases For Dummies, find the section that fits your needs, and start talking!

Hundreds of useful phrases at your fingertips

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  • By Cazshie on 10 October 2007

    In my opinion a very poor attempt at a phrase book. If you have an understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet then you are a stage too far for this book and if you dont then the inability of this phrase book to actual use Russian words means you'll be pretty unlikely to recognise anything when you are visiting anyway.Much better phrasebooks are available (such as Lonely Planet) so I'd be tempted to run with an alternative instead of parting with any cash for this item.

  • By K. Steele on 19 April 2013

    I am going to Russia and I bought this hoping to learn some necessary phrases and words for a short stay. Whilst this book is excellent for someone going to be in Russia for several week, and it is excellently clear as to pronunciation etc, for quick use is not ideal as phrases are not grouped finely enough. Never one to run down Dummies, who I think do good stuff, this book for my personal use was too complicated and intense on grammar and the like

  • By Tomos Evans on 7 January 2016

    I bought this as a secret santa for a friend studying russian Language at university.. and to my surprise she is finding it very useful, which leads me to believe it might be a little to advanced for a beginner

  • By robert fleming on 6 September 2013

    Because it was the highest rating there was.I liked the book.I would recommend to anyone going to Russia

  • By Kieon Ratcliff on 5 May 2014

    this was a very helppful book and easy to start learning, very well laid out and easy to follow and learn

  • By tracey long on 31 May 2016

    Contains some useful phases if going on holiday, contains all you would need to know

  • By Guest on 21 August 2014

    Very good set of variations for each of the common scenarios, Thoroughly recommend.

  • By R D Leech on 20 February 2015

    Even a dummy like myself managed to find some of it understandable


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