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    Workbooks?

    Does anyone know of any good Russian Workbooks? I'm looking for the kind that usually accompany textbooks sans the textbook part. I don't know if anyone else here uses them but I personally find them help ful for me to learn, but the ones I have been able to find require a textbook.


    (Also does anyone know where I can find the names of the Cyrillic letters. Not how they're pronounced but what they are called i.e.: B=bee C=see etc.)

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    Re: Workbooks?

    Quote Originally Posted by ErykVanMunster
    (Also does anyone know where I can find the names of the Cyrillic letters. Not how they're pronounced but what they are called i.e.: B=bee C=see etc.)
    Well...
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_alphabet

    "Old" names in the table are really old, you don't have to learn them.
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    Re: Workbooks?

    Quote Originally Posted by ErykVanMunster
    Does anyone know of any good Russian Workbooks? I'm looking for the kind that usually accompany textbooks sans the textbook part. I don't know if anyone else here uses them but I personally find them help ful for me to learn, but the ones I have been able to find require a textbook.


    (Also does anyone know where I can find the names of the Cyrillic letters. Not how they're pronounced but what they are called i.e.: B=bee C=see etc.)
    The first link lesson here teaches the alphabet WITH sounds!
    http://www.russianforeveryone.com/
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    Re: Workbooks?

    Golosa workbook has a lot of exercises but it is partnered with a textbook. Not sure if you will be able to figure out what to do in the workbook without the textbook but thought I'd put it out there, just the same. I got mine off of Amazon.

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