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By Serge Sharoff
A Frequency Dictionary of Russian is a useful instrument for all newcomers of Russian, delivering a listing of the 5,000 most often used phrases within the language and the three hundred so much widespread multiword structures.
The dictionary is predicated on info from a 150-million-word web corpus taken from greater than 75,000 webpages and masking a variety of textual content varieties from information and journalistic articles, examine papers, administrative texts and fiction.
All entries within the rank frequency checklist characteristic the English identical, a pattern sentence with English translation, part of speech indication, indication of rigidity for polysyllabic phrases and knowledge on inflection for abnormal varieties.
The dictionary additionally comprises twenty-six thematically organised and frequency-ranked lists of phrases on numerous themes, comparable to foods and drinks, trip, and activities and relaxation.
A Frequency Dictionary of Russian permits scholars of all degrees to get the main out in their learn of vocabulary in a fascinating and effective method. it's also a wealthy source for language instructing, study, curriculum layout, and fabrics development.
A CD model is accessible to buy individually. Designed to be used by way of corpus and computational linguists it presents the total textual content in a structure that researchers can approach and switch into compatible lists for his or her personal study purposes.
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I propose a toast to our friend, whose birthday it is today. 01; D 99 297 снбва Adv again • Миша снова посмотрел на часы. — Misha looked at his watch again. 89; D 99 298 любовь N f love • Человек способен на безграничную любовь. — Human beings are capable of unbounded love. 20; D 98 299 связь N f connection, bond, communication • Мы всегда поддерживаем тесную связь с Родиной. — We've always maintained a close bond with our homeland. 22; D 98 300 важный A im portant • Нет более важного вопроса, чем этот.
15; D 96 275 ф брм а N f form, shape • О ни могут быть в ф орм е рыбки, They can be in th e shape o f a fish, a star, N f thousand • Возраст этих рифов м ожет достигать восьми тысяч лет. — Some o f these reefs are up to eight thousand years old. 72; D 99 Prep • П р ав а на публикуем ы е м атериалы звездочки, ш ари ка, колокольчика. 71; D 99 2 6 7 про 274 ёвтор Nm author publication rights for th e ir work. • В храм приходят сов ерш енн о разны е 2 6 6 ты сяча 25 ab o u t • М не уж е рассказы вали про этого парня.
I can't remember the last tim e I was in Moscow. 22; D 98 174 люббй P any • В любой момент я мог отказаться от предложенного шефом плана. — I could have rejected my boss's plan at any moment. • Мы не можем сегодня изменить решение, принятое два месяца тому назад. — We cannot change today a decision that was taken two months ago. 17; D 99 184 русский A, N - Russian • У нас первым уроком был русский язык. — Our first lesson was Russian language. 06; D 91 175 однёко C however • Ей удалось вырваться, однако, по ее словам, последствия ударов по голове 185 вообщё Adv generally, at all • Я с ним вообще не знаком.