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The Big Silver Book of Russian Verbs, 2nd Edition by Jack Franke
Become a Russian verb virtuoso!
The Big Silver Book of Russian Verbs is the most comprehensive resource available for learning and mastering Russian verbs. Designed for beginning through advanced learners, this indispensable guide will help you conjugate verbs with ease, enabling you to communicate in Russian confidently.
Inside you will find:
- 555 fully conjugated verbs, listed alphabetically
- Current idioms and expressions for each verb
- The Top 50 verbs, with many examples of their usage in context
- More than 4,200 verbs cross-referenced to conjugation models
- A handy guide to deciphering irregular verb forms
About the Author
Jack Franke, Ph.D., was the youngest professor appointed at the Defense Language Institute, Monterrey. He is an experienced author of Russian language learning materials.
Table of ContentsBook
2.Verb Conjugations 1-555
3.Irregular Verb Form Index
4.English-Russian Verb Index
5.2,000 Russian Verb Index
Diagnostic Test (50 exercises)
Practice Conjugating (200)
Practice the Top 50 Verbs (25)
Audio Exercises (30)
Mini-Dialogs MP3 Downloads (50)
Review Test (100)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Big Silver Book of Russian Verbs, 2nd Edition based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This was recommended by my professor so I got around to ordering second semester. I love how it has the verbs in all tenses and imperative and examples of usage. It has the conjugation patterns in the front. An amazing find for people who want to learn Russian which can get pretty complicating with all cases, conjugations, etc. I recommend this to anybody who is planning on taking Russian for a language. Great book, a great find!!!
But the nook version is very lacking. At least with the nook app. I can not zoom in to see the tiny print, and many, many words are written with Roman alphabet letters instead of Cyrillic. Eg: ???????? is written pa?oTaTb (only letters that don't occur in English are correct, like ?. But ?is shown as lowercase B). This is very annoying because it can mean whole words are misspelled ("Kpa?Tb" for what should be "???????" and "KpaC?Tb" for what should be "??????"). I really hope sometime soon they fix this book; having a dictionary of verbs completely conjugated is crucial in learning a language.