Colloquial Russian 2: The Next Step in Language Learning by Svetlana Le Fleming

By Svetlana Le Fleming

Colloquial Russian 2 is designed to aid these fascinated by self-study; dependent to provide you the chance to hear and skim plenty of sleek, daily Russian,

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By Svetlana Le Fleming

Colloquial Russian 2 is designed to aid these fascinated by self-study; dependent to provide you the chance to hear and skim plenty of sleek, daily Russian,

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Compared with Soviet times domestic air travel is expensive and the number of internal flights has been reduced. Although dozens of private airlines were set up after the break-up of the Soviet state airline, Aeroflot, they do not offer the same comprehensive service to provincial towns. Road transport is slow as there is no motorway system and roads are not well-maintained outside major cities. 40 | Transport Dialogue 1 A conversation between a passenger and a booking clerk at Moscow’s International Airport Sheremet'evo 2 P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R P ASSA@I´ R K ASSI´ R Ska'i´te, po'a´ lujsta, zdes; proda[´ tsq bile´ty na samole¨ t?

Or not a noun or pronoun: Lu´hwe v Rossi´ i, hem zdes;. It is better in Russia than here. or ‘his’, ‘hers’, ‘its’ or ‘theirs’: Naw tur intere´ snee, hem ix. Our tour is more interesting than theirs. Exercise 8 Change the adjectives to short comparatives and put the words in brackets into the genitive. 1 Hemoda´ n tq'e¨ lyj (su´mka). 2 Moskva´ sta´ raq (Peterbu´rg). 3 Ote´c sta´ ryj (mat;). 4 Sestra´ moloda´ q (brat). 5 Vo´lga wiro´kaq (Te´mza). 6 Me´sqc fevra´ l; koro´tkij (mart). 7 Po´ezd dewe¨ vyj (samole¨ t).

No vam udo´bnee lete´t; A\roflo´tom. Samole¨ ty A\roflo´ta otpravlq´[tsq s termina´ la Wereme´t;evo odi´n, |to nedaleko´ ots[´ da. Xorowo´, polehu´ A\roflo´tom. Kogda´ vyleta´ et samole¨ t? Est; dva re´jsa. Odi´n – he´rez 2 hasa´ , a drugo´j – nohno´j rejs. Po'a´ luj, polehu´ pe´rvym re´jsom. A sko´l;ko sto´it bile´t? Sto´imost; bile´ta tuda´ i obra´ tno vmeste s nalo´gom – 250 do´llarov. |to e´sli Vy leti´te \konomi´heskim kla´ ssom. Kak Vy bu´dete plati´t;? Nali´hnymi i´li kredi´tnoj ka´ rtoj?

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