University of Oregon

Unit 5: “Распорядок дня”

Vocabulary

Learn how to talk about time in Russian.

Practice telling time with this quiz and check your answers by clicking on ‘?’.

Practice using the vocabulary for different times of the day.

Check how well you memorized the days of the week with these activities: Exercise 1 and Exercise 2 from “Beginner’s Russian, Exercise 3 from Auburn University, and Exercise 4 and Exercise 5 from “Time to Speak Russian”

Play this concentration game for days of the week, where you have to match English verbs with Russian ones.

Use these interactive flashcards to learn and practice the Unit Vocabulary. Use all the different modes (Flashcards, Match, Gravity, Text, etc.) both to memorize the words and to test yourself.

Grammar

Practice conjugating the new verbs from the unit: Exercise 1, Exercise 2.

Review the conjugation and usage of the verbs of motion: Exercise 1Exercise 2, Exercise 3, Exercise 4, Exercise 5.

Practice using prepositions В and НА with the accusative case for directions: Exercise 1 , Exercise 2, Exercise 3.

Reading

Complete this reading comprehension activity on the topic of the unit.

Read about these people’s daily schedules and check how well you understand the text.

Listening

Listen to these two people talking about their daily schedule and see what you can understand: Audio 1, Audio 2.

Check your understanding of oral speech with these listening comprehension tasks: Task1, Task 2.

Songs

Listen to these songs featuring the grammar and vocabulary material of this unit:

Чиж&Со – «Домой»

Кино – «Каждую ночь» 

Songs featuring verbs of motion:

Excerpt from the movie “Walking the Streets of Moscow”/ “Я шагаю по Москве” – «А я иду, шагаю по Москве» 

Детская песня – «Мы едем, едем, едем»

Глюкоза – «Снег идет» 

Иванушки Int. – «Я ее ищу»

Songs featuring names of the days of the week:

Земфира – «Воскресенье»

Уматурман – «Пятница» 

Иванушки Int. – «Я ее ищу»

Сulture

Watch this cartoon about a baby elephant walking featuring basic verbs of motion (from the cartoon series “38 Parrots” / “38 попугаев”).

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Review

Review the use of the Prepositional case and the Vocabulary of Unit 4 and Unit 5.

Library Resources (on reserve for 1st and 2nd year Russian)

Verbs of Motion: Essentials pages 190-192 and 194-197; Russian in Exercises pages 163-166, 168-170, and 172-177 (rules and exercises with answers).

Prepositions Вand НА: Grammar in Illustrations pages 306-309.

Daily Routines: Oxford Picture Dictionary pages 38-39.