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    Full online books?

    From my experience with trying to learn languages online, there seems to be a lack of "full lessons". Sure, theres lots of places to help you learn maby a couple hundred words at most farily easily, but are there any e-books or anything of the sort? I'm looking for anything Russian or Chinese. I would go buy a book or two, but I don't have any money at the moment.

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    Check out my site for russian, it's a place to get started, and i'm planning on typing up the books i have...i've got 8 lessons from one book up right now, and there are 3 books each with 15-20 lessons...i think i figured out there's something like 1300 words in total between the books, and for listening, i'm putting up the audio and text from this other book i have...it's got 9 dialogue lessons, and is a good place to start for listening.

    Funnily enough all of these books are russian that I bought here in chin are for chinese speakers...so there's no english ...lol...so if i had access to a scanner you could learn both simultaneously... (I may type up the Chinese translation of everything sometime after I finish typing up the Russian...but it'll probably take 5 months or so before I finish typing up the Russian...)

    But, do a little bit everyday...my site's a good place for beginner lessons...starts with things like "this is a" but then progresses to more useful things such as "they live in an apt." "She is an engineer" etc...
    http://quickandsimplerussian.blog-city.com/
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    Thirteen Hundred words sounds pretty nice It just seems like most places I goto teach you no more than maby at most 2 weeks worth of stuff to memorize. You can't learn much of a language in 2 weeks. There should be hundreds of things to learn if your going to be successful.

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    check out http://russianmentor.net/

    a great site for learning russian reading and listening
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    check out http://russianmentor.net/

    a great site for learning russian reading and listening
    Looks very useful, thank you

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