Russian For Dummies (Language & Literature)
Covers common expressions, conversations, and cultural notes
Your fun and friendly guide to communicating in Russian
Whether you're a student, a traveler, or a businessperson, or if you just want to speak basic Russian, you'll find this book packed with practical lessons...
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