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The Russian Language in the Twentieth Century 2nd Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0198240662
ISBN-10: 019824066X
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"Indispensable for all institutions offering Russian courses."--Choice


"...a book that will appeal to a broad readership, since it adeptly addresses both scholarly and practical concerns. In addition to its obvious appeal for linguists, the update on current language usage will be of interest to both native and non-native speakers. Since the book addresses many questions that arise in language classes, it will also be a valuable reference for language teachers."--Slavic and East European Journal


About the Author

Bernard Comrie is a Professor of Linguistics at University of Southern California. Gerald Stone is a University Lecturer in Slavonic Languages and Fellow at Hertford College, Oxford. Maria Polinsky is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Southern California.
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