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    What else do I need to start?

    So far I have the Rossetta Stone program which Im using as more a bit of side study as it will hopefully help with my pronunciation. I've orderd the oxford russian to english dictionary and The New Penguin Russian Course: A Complete Course for Beginners from the book depository as these weren't stocked at any of the local book stores so will be a week or two before I get my hands on them. I also downloaded "Just listen and learn Russian" but haven't had a chance to look at it yet. Are there any particular books, mp3's, worksheets, ect which I would benefit from?

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    I use two books that are pretty common with people who study the Russian language. One of which is "The Big Silver Book of Russian Verbs" - it's a popular book with 555 fully conjugated verbs. The other book that I lilke to look at it is great with building vocabulary, called "Roots of the Russian Language."

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