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Old 21-01-2007, 16:05   #1
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Learning Russian!

Alright so I'm not "fluent". But I understand a big deal of it usually. If anyone interested I could teach them some basics of how to format basic sentences, understand basic instructions, respond to questions and just "get by". I'm not going to be able to teach you to go into a Russian classroom and write a report but if you're interested I can teach you how to say "I can't write a report" lol? If anyones interested, I'll make up some spreadsheats for you breaking down the declension (breaking down) of Russian words. And their uses in cases and how to use the correct feminine, masculine and neuter endings. I really want to study with some people to help improve my Russian. As of now it's quite "plohoy". If you're interested let me know so we can form some type of a little study group lol! If anyone who speaks Russian fluently as well is interested in helping out, I'd appreciate it and I'm sure some others would as well. Anyone wanna go for it!?
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Old 21-01-2007, 16:14   #2
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Well, I have Russian at school, but I don't know it perfect neither!
Some people think it's a waste of time to learn Russian, and they say: "Koji kreten... Uci ruski..." (Serbian)
And that means: "What a jerk! He's learning Russian"...

And I answer:
"Shto ti skazal/a? Ti dumash chto Ruskii yazik ne sokorivsche naroda?"
That means: "What did you say? You think that Russian is not people's treasure?" LOL

But I think it's funny!
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Old 21-01-2007, 16:17   #3
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Ya Tozhe.
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Old 21-01-2007, 19:05   #4
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Eto horoso, malchik!

And two Russian words I LOVE: "Poka" & "Molodnno"!
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Old 22-01-2007, 13:53   #5
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Old 22-01-2007, 14:05   #6
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Old 22-01-2007, 15:56   #7
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Seryozno?
Mne Ruskii tozhe nravyatsya!
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Old 22-01-2007, 16:58   #8
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I's also want to learn Russian!!!!!, I've downloaded a course online,,, it's quite nice but at the same time confusing....
Thaks!, so whene do we start teacher???
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Old 23-01-2007, 00:09   #9
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It sounds good! but seems to be a so hard to learn lenguage...

Perhaps if I could find a russian girlfriend... it would help... anyone interested?

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Old 23-01-2007, 00:17   #10
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Lesson 1

I'm starting some spreadsheets as we post lol!
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Old 23-01-2007, 14:39   #11
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Well I read this in a site... mmm,, specially for Spanish speakers about vowels pronunciation,,, Se pronuncia como is something like It's pronunced as....

Vowels Pronunciation

It's really basic but oh well. This doesn't work with English Speakers since vowels vary,,, example I (in spanish it's pronunced as in thin - only the I, not a-i), ans so O (o not o-u) and E (e not i as thin).. bahhh,,,, don't read this

The whole course is here..... in SPANISH only 50 lessons ....

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Hi Vanik, too long he he,, I dunno where to contact you,,,, you'd better be around man ,,, ha ha , welcome back.
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Old 24-01-2007, 23:08   #12
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Alright. I've got the first section of our lessons planned out. This is how the outline will go until further noticed. I will upload all of the spreadsheets to the internet for you to download. You also won't have to hunt for them because I will edit my first post in the topic to feature everything. Alright, this is how our exercises will go for the Nominative Case's Introduction.


1. Learning Nominative Case Basics - Pronouns
2. Pronouns and Verbs in the Nominative Case
3. Using Plural Nouns in Nominative Case
4. Forming sentences with The Nominative Case using Verbs
5. Final Review of the Nominative Case.
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1. Learning Accusative Case Pronouns
2. Pronouns and Verbs in Accusative Case
3. Nouns in Accustaive Case
4. Using Plurals in Accusative Case
5. Forming Sentences in Accusative Case
6. Final Review of Accusative Case
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1. Learning Prepositional Case Pronouns
2. Pronouns and Verbs in Prepositional Case
3. Nouns in Prepositional Case
4. Using Plurals in Prepositional Case
5. Forming Sentences in Prepositional Case
6. Review of Nominative Case, Accusative Case and Prepositional Case.
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Once three of the six cases in Russian have been generally grasped by most people. We will move into Vocabulary for Russian in this direction.

1. Numbers and Counting
2. Places and Telling Time
3. People and School
4. In The Work Enviornment
5. Shopping
6. Foods

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Then we will apply our vocabulary skills into compiled worksheets of the first three cases. Such as forming your own sentences correctly using the new vocabulary.




This is all I have planned SO FAR.


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Requirements for Using The Worksheet Below


1. Worksheet is Completed in Microsoft Works Word Processor. Please download a word document viewing program or have someone copy the files to a format you can use.

2. Please have the ER UniversIV2 and ER UniversIF2 Russian Coded Fonts (Not Cyrillic Text - Just Cyrillic Covering for Latin Phonetic Letters). If you do not have these font's - you most likely will not be able to see the Russian text listed on the spreadsheet.



WORKSHEET 1 - Nominative Case Introduction

http://www.sendspace.com/file/bezsux

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Old 25-01-2007, 21:53   #13
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Ok, I know counting:

1 (odin)
2 (dva)
3 (tri)
4 (chetire)
5 (pyaty)
6 (shesty)
7 (semy)
8 (vosyemy)
9 (devyaty)
10 (desyaty)
11 (odinadcaty)
12 (dvanadcaty)
13 (trinadcaty)
14 (chtverenadcaty)
15 (pyetnadcaty)
16 (shestnadcaty)
17 (semynadcaty)
18 (vosemnadcaty)
19 (devyatnadcaty)
20 (dvadcat)

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Old 25-01-2007, 23:01   #14
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Ok, I know counting:

1 (odin)
2 (dva)
3 (tri)
4 (chetire)
5 (pyaty)
6 (shesty)
7 (semy)
8 (vosyemy)
9 (devyaty)
10 (desyaty)
11 (odinadcaty)
12 (dvanadcaty)
13 (trinadcaty)
14 (chtverenadcaty)
15 (pyetnadcaty)
16 (shestnadcaty)
17 (semynadcaty)
18 (vosemnadcaty)
19 (devyatnadcaty)
20 (dvadcat)

Those are incorrect. None of the Russian numbers end in "Caty" or "my".

And we're not going over numbers until after the first three cases are taught.
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Old 26-01-2007, 17:55   #15
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"y" - soft sign
"c" - pronounced in Russian, not English!
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Old 26-01-2007, 18:39   #16
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1. Worksheet is Completed in Microsoft Works Word Processor. Please download a word document viewing program or have someone copy the files to a format you can use.


WORKSHEET 1 - Nominative Case Introduction

http://www.sendspace.com/file/bezsux
Yeah,, where's the Spanish work-sheet then????? ... nahhh, thanks Talyubittu I'll start on it as soon as I can.
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Old 26-01-2007, 22:32   #17
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"y" - soft sign
"c" - pronounced in Russian, not English!
lol. You cannot mix Cyrillic and Latin letters together.
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Old 26-01-2007, 22:43   #18
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That's so awesome...
(now if only someone could do that in German!)
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Old 26-01-2007, 22:48   #19
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I can do it in German for you too if you'd like QueenBee. I've only had a year of German.And not to brag as you can see I kinda have a thing for langauges, it comes easy to me. So if you want, I can make some verb conjegation pages and sentence sheets for you as well as some vocabulary.


(BTW - does anyone have any problems seeing them or getting the ER universal fonts?)
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Old 26-01-2007, 23:02   #20
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Talyubittu, oh my gosh, could yoooou? That would be really amazing!

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(BTW - does anyone have any problems seeing them or getting the ER universal fonts?)
I have troubles seeing the document, I downloaded a word viewer program thingy but I'm not sure which coding to use... I've tried a bunch and all I see is squares basically. I also downloaded a converter (works -> word, 'cause it's a .wps file and the word viewer doesn't recognize it) but apparently I need Word in order to convert.
Eh... yes.

Also, fonts can be downloaded here:
http://www.russnet.org/fontInstXP.html

They're both in the zip file.
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