Main Library Resources
Adelson-Goldstein, Jayme, Shapiro, Norma, and Techno-Graphics & Translations, Inc. Oxford Picture Dictionary: English / Russian = Anglo/Russkiĭ. Second edition. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Gerhart, Genevra., and Boyle, Eloise M. The Russian’s World. 4th ed. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, 2012.
Khavronina, S. A., and Shirochenskaia, A. I. Russian in Exercises. 4th edition, revised and enlarged. Moscow: Russky Yazyk Publishers, 1989.
Maltzoff, Nicholas. Essentials of Russian Grammar: A Complete Guide for Students and Professionals. NTC Russian Series. Lincolnwood, Ill., U.S.A.: Passport Books, 1984.
Merzon, Stella Naumovna, and Silva Lvovna Piatetskaia. Russian verbs in speech = Russkiie glagoly v rechi. Moskva: Russkii iazyk, 1983.
Pekhlivanova, K. I., and Lebedeva, M. N. Russian Grammar in Illustrations. 2nd stereotype edition. Moscow: Russky Yazyk Publishers, 1994.
Pulkina, I. M. A Short Russian Reference Grammar: With a Chapter on Pronunciation. 3rd edition. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1970.
Stilman, Galina., and Harkins, William Edward. Introductory Russian Grammar. 1st Ed.]. ed. New York: Blaisdell Pub., 1964.
Stilman, Leon. Russian Verbs of Motion: Going, Carrying, Leading. 2d ed. Slavic Studies. New York: King’s Crown Press, 1951.
Volkova, Natalia Aleksandrovna., and Phillips, Delbert D. Let’s Improve Our Russian!: Advanced Grammar Topics for English Speaking Students. Step One. St. Petersburg: Zlatoust, 2004.
Wade, Terence, and Holman, Michael. A Comprehensive Russian Grammar. 2nd edition, revised and expanded. Blackwell Reference Grammars. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2000.
Other Library Resources
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