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Languages at SLCC: Russian

Information and Resources on Foreign Languages and American Sign Language at SLCC.

Russian Language Introduction

Russian is a Slavic language, of the IndoEuropean family, and has great world influence because of the once-powerful USSR.  From Wikipedia : "it is also the largest native language in Europe, with 144 million ...speakers.... Russian is the eighth most-spoken language in the world by number of native speakers and the seventh by total number of speakers."    

Databases for Russian Language / Culture

Although SLCC’s databases offer few articles for undergraduate students of Russian, they do provide information about a great variety of topics relating to Russian culture, which is an important part of learning the language.

Russian Books--where?

Russian grammar starts at call number : 491.7

Russian literature starts at call number :  891.7

 

Russian Culture and Language Websites

Russian Language Basics -- YouTube