Schaum's Outline of Russian Grammar
by James S. Levine, Schaum
Release Date: 31 May, 1999
This Schaum isn't for the faint of heart, it's for serious students of the language. As such it's excellent. A very comprehensive grammar trainer it will work your grammar skills to a fairly high level. The key of course is to actually do the grammar exercises, something I sometimes lagged behind on.
Great for students or those who work in areas that deal with Russia. I highly recommend it.
I can't rave enough about this book. I've gotten several grammars and do-it-yourself courses, but this book lays it all out on the line in simple, easy to follow language. The accents are marked, exceptions are explained, and rules are given in a format ideal for memorization. Combine that with the vocabulary that can be gleaned from the text, and you have your key to the russian language. I just wish that Professor Levine had writted the vocabulary guide, then the accents would have been marked. I wish I could give it 6 stars!
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