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This is a practical, learner's grammar which devotes special attention to those areas which experience has shown prove difficult for students. It starts with a lucid explanation of grammatical terms, contains a comprehensive reference section of the declension and conjugation systems, and provides explanatory chapters on all the grammatical categories that will be encountered by students. Examples are taken from a range of sources from popular sayings, classical literature and the contemporary press and the book ends with a section on words and phrases which cause problems in translation. There are exercises and many with keys and a thorough index and the book could be used as a course-book for grammar classes. This book fills a gap in the market for intermediate level grammar.
Stephen le Fleming is lecturer in Russian at the University of Durham and William Harrison is Professor of Russian at the University of Durham. They previously co-authored Colloquial Russian, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973. Reprinted 1978, 1990. Stephen le Fleming was also co-author of Guide to Essay Writing in Russian and has written articles on Chekov in Russian and UK publications. William Harrison was co-author of Russian-English/English-Russian Dictionary, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973. Reprinted 1981, 1983.
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