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Foreign Language Study & Reference
  • Author:
    Ana Stojanovic,Nancy Novak
  • ISBN:
    1400021162
  • ISBN13:
    978-1400021161
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  • Publisher:
    Living Language; Revised edition (September 21, 2004)
  • Pages:
    510 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Foreign Language Study & Reference
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Negal
The lessons move very quickly, so they are not appropriate for a true beginner. The CDs are helpful, but not really enough practice, and the words are not broken down or said slowly, making it tricky to get the pronunciation correct. Grammar explanations are clear, but there is not enough practice to apply and learn the new information.
Broadraven
Thanks it appears to work just fine. Less expensive than other ways to order it. I'm satisfied with my purchase.
Beanisend
I have been learning Russian for about nine months now and purchased four different programs. I was extremely disappointed with this learning package. It's advertised as a complete program with book, workbook, and audio, which is exactly what I was looking for. What I found out was that these folks don't have a clue on how to write a book or record an audio program to learn a language, at least their Ultimate Russia series. The "learn on the go" CD set is completely useless. The speakers go over random phrases in English and Russian only one time! Is it possible to hear the phrase in Russian, say it once and then remember? No way.

I also bought the Living Language "Russian Complete Course", which is better than the Ultimate Russian, but again, not that great. I also bought the Nachalo, When in Russia book, CDs and Workbook, which are better, but they don't include the answers, so it's a little frustrating. By far the best program is Pimsleur, which has taken my Russian to at least basic conversation, but unfortunety Pimsleur doesn't have a book/workbook to accompany it. I'd recommend anyone out there to get the Pimsleur and hire a teacher with their own material to learn the language and reading and writing.

I'm really surprised their isn't a quality comprehensive self-paced program out their to learn Russian!
Yozshugore
Russian is ridiculously difficult, and it's unlikely anyone will learn from a single text. I already know a fair amount, so I used this for review. I had studied from old textbooks, and the book has a lot of slang and spoken vocabulary I did not know. Also it has explanations about grammar that I had missed. The bite-sized chapters are a good point of this. So for this goal is very good. I will shortly finish the book review (no tapes) and go on to the advanced level, for which I have tapes.

The tapes of the advanced level are at a fast pace. For some silly reason, all methods have audio that is rapid, and learners simply cannot use it. Working memory cannot search for vocabulary fast enough at a beginner stage. So the audio needs to be slowed down by computer or by smartphone audio program.

Those interested can go to the FSI open source courses (at yojik.eu) and download Russian. What is available is the 'fast' version with audio. Try to start with that, it's free. Of course there is Pimsleur in 3 levels, but it never explains grammar. It's again good for those who already know some Russian.
Stanober
After reading the two poor reviews of this product, I came very close to canceling my order. But thanks to gift cards and assorted discounts, I spent only $10 on it and decided to give it a chance. Good call!

For starters, the other reviewers completely miss one very important point. The producers of this course had enough wisdom to record the audio on compact discs. That may not sound like a big deal, but believe me, I have scoured Amazon and at least three other Web sites looking for affordable Russian courses that combine printed material with audio training aides. The audio component of every one I found had been recorded on a cassette tape. In fact, I just purchased "Making Progress in Russian," the most widely used second-year-Russian textbook in the U.S., and the introduction explains that the supplementary materials include, sigh, cassettes. So even if the eight Living Language Russian CDs were downright lousy -- and they're far from it -- they would still be superior to 95 percent of what's out there. For the reviewer who complained that the dialogues go too fast to be of any use, I have two words: replay button.

As for the text, I agree with much of the two-star review. What the book lacks in visual aesthetics, it more than makes up for in quality of information. In that respect, it has much in common with "Russian for Everybody," which is now out of print but was by many accounts the gold standard of introductory Russian textbooks. Sadly, the author of the English version of "Russian for Everybody" died in 1995, and copies of the book are now agonizingly rare. Copies of the recorded supplement (consisting of two cassettes, BTW) are even rarer. The Living Language course fills the void. The book is uncannily similar to "Russian for Everybody" in other ways, too, right down to the chapter in which various words, idioms and grammar concepts are introduced. Occasionally, explanations of a grammatical concept aren't as in-depth as one might like, but the chapters are reader-friendly precisely because they don't try to teach everything all at once. Furthermore, the dialogues on the CDs make almost perfect sense once you understand the grammar points taught in the book.

The other main criticism of this course is that many of the words included in the vocab lists are rarely used. I shared that concern, so I bought a copy of the "Russian Learners' Dictionary," which lists, in order, the 10,000 most frequently used words in Russian. Cross-reference the vocab words with the learners' dictionary, and it's easy to tell which ones are essential and which ones you can do without knowing.

Russian is such a difficult language, especially in its pronunciation and grammar, that there is no magic bullet. Living Language's book and CDs get you off to a good start, though. I definitely recommend this course, and I hope that prospective buyers will weigh the negative comments against my favorable review.