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Russian Phrases For Dummies (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 4. September 2007

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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; and, 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
Speak Russian - instantly!
Traveling to Russia but don't know Russian? Need to kick up your conversation skills? This handy little phrasebook will jump-start your comprehension and have you speaking basic Russian in no time.
Andrew Kaufman, PhD, is a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia. Serafima Gettys, PhD, is a Coordinator of the Foreign Language Program at Lewis University. Nina Wieda is a doctoral student at Northwestern University.
Discover how to:
Get directions, shop, and eat out
Talk numbers, dates, and times
Chat about family and work
Discuss sports and the weather
Deal with problems and emergencies

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Yes, the Russian is transliterated but it's still useful. 22. Juni 2008
Von Alex Pronove - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This title doesn't try to be all things. It has a specific purpose and that's to serve as a pocket guide to conversational Russian--in a hurry.

The book covers most situations that a casual visitor can expect to encounter.

Learning Cyrillic requires another book. Wouldn't it be unrealistic to learn the English alphabet from an English phrase book meant for non-English visitors?

Incidentally, I've found that reading Cyrillic isn't as difficult as it seems. Many words are phonetically transliterated, e.g., taxi is still taxi in Russian except that it uses the Cyrillic letters that phonetically sound like "tax-e."

I give it 5 stars because it does an excellent job for its intended audience.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Very Disappointed! 30. Oktober 2007
Von Jeffery D. Brown - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I am very disappointed with this book. I have been studying Russian since 2003 and am always looking for more speaking Russian books to get someone else's perspective. The entire book is transliterated (written in Latin characters.) This makes the book useless to me as I want to learn Russian not Russian written in "English." This book would only be useful for someone only wanting to have very basic conversations and has no interest in learning real Russian. The book will do nothing to help you figure out anything written in Russian with the proper Cyrillic alphabet. (Very important, if you are traveling to Russia, if you ask me.) I give it two stars ONLY because it may me useful to some.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen If you actually want to learn Russian, don't waste your money on this book 25. August 2014
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
Wasted my money - again. I bought "Russian for Dummies" Kindle version about a year ago and it was transliterated. I hoped this phrase book would be different, but it's not. Russian is a damn difficult language for native English speakers to learn, but learning the Russian alphabet is not the hard part. This transliteration nonsense just makes it harder. This is a total waste of money if you want to do anything other than ape the sounds of the Russian language. Plus, it doesn't really have any phrases - just long, convoluted discussions about the structure of the language - pretty much the same as in "Russian for Dummies," not really much different. Kind of useful, but wouldn't you rather eat a cheeseburger than read a description of one? Don't blow your money on this. I'm usually a big fan of the For Dummies books - they are a good overview of a topic. But these Russian For Dummies books need to use the Russian alphabet if they are to be of any value at all. Can I have my money back?
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1.0 von 5 Sternen E-book version close to being useless 27. Januar 2014
Von Anders Pedersen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The book mostly uses latin alphabet instead of the cyrillic alphabet - which means that you will learn to read Russian when it's written with latin letters only! After more than a year of learning Russian I can say that reading Russian letters is a part of what you should learn.

Even worse: The cyrillic letters there are pictured in this e-book are shown as wrong symbols - hence not recognizable. Both in my Kindle paperwhite and in the cloud reader. I.e. the formatting from book to e-book is poorly done and noone cared to check it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good for learning small talk 6. Oktober 2014
Von Durward Ferland - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
We have colleagues that speak Russian and this is handy for learning phrases to make small talk in the same language. This is not a book that you would use to actually learn the language, just for saying a few phrases here and there.
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