Russian Learners' Dictionary by Nicholas Brown
10,000 Russian Words in Frequency Order

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This dictionary contains 10,000 Russian words in order of importance starting with the most common and finishing with words that occur about 8 times in a million. All the words have English translations, many have examples of usage and the entries include information on stress and grammatical irregularities. There is also a complete alphabetical index to the words in the list.
A learner who knows all or most of these 10,000 words can be regarded as competent in Russian for all normal purposes. The list takes you from a beginner's core vocabulary through to postgraduate level.
 

About Nicholas Brown

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Nicholas Brown is an associate professor in the School of History, Australian National University, a position he held concurrently from 2008-2013 with a senior research fellowship in the Centre for Historical Research, National Museum of Australia.
 
Published September 5, 2013 by Routledge. 440 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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