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Resources for Russian Languages Study

The following links are useful for learners of Russian.

www.russnet.org - Learning modules and activities

www.aatseel.org
- Professional organization for teachers of Slavic languages, links to other resources for learning Slavic languages

www.actr.org - Professional organization for teachers of Russian, links to information for study abroad and learning resources

www.actfl.org - Professional organization for teachers of foreign languages, links to information about the proficiency guidelines

www.gramota.ru - dictionaries and other references from the Russian Ministry of Education

www.alphadictionary.com/rusgrammar/index.html - interactive Russian grammar reference

www.rambler.ru/dict - English-Russian and Russian-English dictionary

http://www.languageinstitute.wisc.edu/rails/ – learning exercises for advanced learners of Russian

http://www.seelrc.org:8080/grammar/mainframe.jsp?nLanguageID=6 Russian Reference Grammar from the Slavic & East European Language Resource Center

 
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