Visual dictionary with audio: Russian-English (ebook)

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ebook + audioLevel A1

Great for beginners and intermediate students. Learn new vocabulary with our Russian-English visual dictionary with audio. You can also develop your listening and reading skills:

  1. Over 1000 words with pictures.
  2. Russian word + Pronunciation + English translation.
  3. 60 different topics.
  4. Professional audio.

Read, learn and listen to 1000 of the most common words in the Russian language (with professional audio).

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Russian-English visual dictionary + professional audio

Learn Russian vocabulary and never get lost for words. Our visual dictionary with audio will test your knowledge. This book is arranged in 60 topics (animals, objects at home, professions, means of transport,…) and each word includes a picture, word in Russian, translation and audio. Read, listen and learn:

  1. Over 1000 words.
  2. Translation and pronunciation.
  3. 60 different topics.
  4. Professional audio.

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Take our books with you. Our books to learn Russian come in pdf format and are compatible with any device (PC, laptop, Mac, iPad, tablet, …). They include professional recordings of each dialogue in mp3. You can listen to the audio while reading the book, or you can play the mp3 recordings on your phone or audio player and listen to the book anywhere.

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1 review for Visual dictionary with audio: Russian-English (ebook)

  1. Eugene Allen (verified owner)

    Visual dictionaries are a great tool to have in your toolbox, this is my second one. When I got this book I tried to think how I would go about studying it. So I remembered a vocabulary method that I had used before called the Goldlist method, (you can learn more about it through YouTube or the internet.) With this method I took a page a day and copied them into my notebook. After 14 days I review them again and test myself to see how many I remember, and rewrite the ones I don’t. Then 14 days after that I do it again for the second review, and then again for the third review. After the third review you have the option to start another notebook on the ones you don’t know and continue from there. Currently I only a few days to go where I have reviewed all the words from this dictionary for the second time. The process will continue for a while until I have review all the words three times. This dictionary has well over 1,000 words, and is a great vocabulary builder.

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