Professor Aronson's book, originally published in 1982, was the first grammar of Georgian for beginners to be published in English. The goal of the book is to enable a student to read Georgian literature (primarily scholarly) with the aid of a dictionary. The course consists of fifteen lessons, the first of which is devoted to the sound and writing systems...
A concise, economical way of learning to read Russian, without wasting time on extraneous matters. Careful attention to grammar.
"Arant has provided a clear, concise description of the essentials of Russian grammar. ...this valuable and practical guide to developing reading skills in Russian." (MLJ)
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This book is an attempt at the impossible: to describe for non-Russians what Russian common knowledge might be. It is the Russian obvious—that is ob+via, in the road, in the way: what you might trip over if you ignore it or don’t see it. It is the information one Russian assumes another has when they are talking together. It is...