by Olga E. Kagan, Kudyma S. Anna, Frank J. Miller
Russian: From Intermediate to Advanced is a vibrant and modern course designed to help students achieve advanced proficiency in Russian. Offering a flexible modular approach structured around contemporary themes, the course further develops reading, listening, speaking, and writing skills while also expanding the student’s cultural literacy.
Key features include:
Written by a highly experienced author team that has co-authored the first year Russian textbook Beginner’s Russian (2010) and the second-year textbook V Puti (2005). Russian: From Intermediate to Advanced will be an essential resource for undergraduate students in their third and fourth year of Russian language study. It is also suitable for independent learners and heritage learners of Russian who have mastered literacy and are familiar with the grammatical structure of Russian.
Olga E. Kagan is Professor andCoordinator of the Russian Language Program at UCLA, USA.
Anna S. Kudyma is Lecturer in Russian and Ukrainian and Teaching Assistant Supervisor at UCLA, USA.
Frank J. Miller is Professor and Coordinator of the Russian Language Program at Columbia University and Barnard College, USA.