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    Russian In A Nutshell

    *sigh*

    Unfortunately, I'm moving to a new school district that does not offer Russian as a second language. However, I want to continue my studies. Do you know of any comprehensive guides or grammar tables/rules sources by which I can study from?

    I'm really upset about the move, but I'm also really glad I can count on you guys to help.

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    MASTERRUSSIAN.COM!
    look in the book review section if you want advise on what books to buy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Columbo
    MASTERRUSSIAN.COM!
    look in the book review section if you want advise on what books to buy
    Ditto

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    I find this American university's Russian tutorials rather informative.
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    Спасибо.
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    You could also check any colleges near your new home, to see if they offer Russian. You could contact them to see whether a tutor or TA is available to help guide you.

    In some cases, you may be able to take a course at a community college or local four-year college, and count it towards your high school diploma.

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