Have you been trying to learn Russian and simply can’t find the way to expand your vocabulary?
Do your teachers recommend you boring textbooks and complicated stories that you don’t really understand?
Are you looking for a way to learn the language quicker without taking shortcuts?
If you answered “yes” to at least one of those previous questions, then this book is for you!
We’ve compiled the 2000 most common words in Russian, a list of terms that will expand your vocabulary to levels previously unseen.
Did you know that - according to an important study - learning the top 2,000 most frequently used words will enable you to understand up to 84 percent of all nonfiction and 86.1 percent of fiction literature and 92.7 percent of oral speech?
Those are amazing stats, and this book will take you even further than those numbers!
In this audiobook, you'll find:
- A detailed introduction with tips and tricks on how to improve your learning.
- A list of 2000 of the most common words in Russian and their translations.
- An example sentence for each word - in both Russian and English.
- Finally, a conclusion to make sure you’ve learned and supply you with a final list of tips.
Don’t look any further. We’ve got what you need right here! In fact, we’re ready to turn you into a Russian speaker. Are you ready to become one?
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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- John Davis Rios
Words and Phrases
I started listening to this audio book and repeating what I heard. Repeating the words in phrases gives me comfort in knowing that should I need the repeat a phrase because they are common I could do it. The phrases are not really in an order that I can see so there might be one that tells you about what happened when you were walking then it goes to tell you about school. I would still recommend this book though since learning and travel and life can be everywhere it is always good to learn a little from everything.
- Laura O.
I found this audiobook and its accompanying PDF helpful. Some of the sentences surprised me because they weren't your typical textbook examples. They were concise and covered a wide range of topics: history, science, job-related activities, parenting duties, and some even seemed a little philosophical. They weren't choppy, boring and awkward like the way textbook or dictionary examples can sometimes be, where it always feels like some piece of the conversation is missing (in my experiences).
best series when starting a new language
I love this series by Lingo Mastery and it's one of my go-to-books for learning a new language. As an aspiring polyglot, I think it's something everyone should use to get up to speed on the most essential vocabulary.