RUSSIAN - ENGLISH DUAL-LANGUAGE BOOK based on THE WORLD MASTERPIECE CLASSICAL SHORT STORY by Anton P. Chekhov Gooseberries: Story and Grammar (Russian Noun Cases)
RUSSIAN - ENGLISH DUAL-LANGUAGE BOOK based on THE WORLD MASTERPIECE CLASSICAL SHORT STORY by Anton P. Chekhov Gooseberries: Story and Grammar (Russian Noun Cases) by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Dual-Language Russian-English Book is based on an outstanding story by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov ''Gooseberries''. Chekhov is a well-known master of
The Dual-Language Russian-English Book is based on an outstanding story by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov "Gooseberries". Chekhov is a well-known master of a short-story. The book is supplemented by the grammar section on Russian Noun: Declension by Cases. The Cases of Russian Noun present problems for those who try to master Russian language. This book is a pleasant combination of Chekhov's talent with the practical language study skill. The reader will kill two birds with one stone, or, as we say in Russian culture "will catch two rabbits": by enjoying the brilliant literary piece and having the opportunity to challenge his or her mind by glancing into the six Cases of the three genders of a Russian Noun. The book is an excellent reading source and a study tool for all interested in world classics, as well as for professors or students of Russian language. Zoia Eliseyeva (Sproesser, Burkhart by marriages), a native speaker of Russian. and her multilingual books (over 20) have been contributing to the language study in USA, Russia, and around the world for quite a few years. Zoia has Master’s Degree in Education and has been appreciated by her students of English, Russian, and Spanish languages in Europe, USA, and Mexico.
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