NATLANG Russian, anyone?
|From:||Sarah Marie Parker-Allen <lloannna@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, April 15, 2003, 20:49|
I can speak it slowly. ^_^ I have a couple of low-level textbooks here at
this house (most of my texts are in Ohio, sadly), and a few dictionaries and
grammar guides. Definitely check out the stuff at the following links:
And the links at the bottom of this course website:
If you want more links, I have a few dozen. Childrens' sites, news sites,
etc. My favorite radio station in Russia is currently 101 (Moscow), which
still, AFAIK, does streaming broadcasts. Radio Free America also does a
Russian station. And there's a group of people who've traslated Tolkien's
stuff into Russian, which is fun. The Russian bookstores here in Los
Angeles will ship to you if you call (some even have English-for-Russians
textbooks); try to call during school hours or you'll get the obnoxious
teenagers who work there.
Sarah Marie Parker-Allen
"Being captured by the Evil Overlord is one way to learn his secret plans,
but are innumerable other ways that are better, and they will be tried
first." -- Rules for the Hero
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Constructed Languages List [mailto:CONLANG@LISTSERV.BROWN.EDU]On
> Behalf Of Joe Fatula
> A few months ago I came onto the list and asked if I could get some help
> with Mandarin. I got a whole flood of responses, for which I
> want to thank
> all of you that I haven't thanked individually. But the team I
> was planning
> to go with to China will probably not be going, amidst fears of disease.
> Since I still want to go overseas and teach English this summer, I
> transferred to a group heading to Russia.
> So... anyone here speak Russian? And would you be willing to help me out?
> I know a _little_ bit of Slovak, so maybe something's the same.
> Anyway, thanks for any help you guys can give.
> Joe Fatula
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