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RSN 111 Beginning Russian I (A,R). Introductory course in Russian designed to develop language skills in Russian (listening, speaking, reading and writing) as well as an understanding and appreciation of Russian culture. Content includes oral comprehension drills, pronunciation exercises, sentence formation, vocabulary, verbs and simple readings on Russian culture. Succinct explanations in English are followed by group and individual practice in Russian. 3 Cr. Fall.

RSN 112 Beginning Russian II (A,R). Prerequisite: RSN 111. Continuation of RSN 111. Designed to further the development of language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) as well as an understanding and appreciation of Russian culture. Content includes regular and irregular verbs, vocabulary building, more complex sentences and more complex readings on Russian cultures. Succinct explanations in English are followed by group and individual practice in Russian. 3 Cr. Fall.

RSN 211 Intermediate Russian I (A,R). (Prerequisite - RSN112 or equivalent) Continuation of RSN 112. Emphasis is given to the development of language proficiency at the intermediate level as well as of the understanding and appreciation of Russian culture. Content includes introduction to dative, accusative, and instrumental cases and their usage in oral and written language; past and future tenses, advanced vocabulary, and sentence formation. 3 Cr. Fall.

RSN 212 Intermediate Russian II (A,R). (Prerequisite - RSN211 or equivalent) Continuation of RSN 211. Emphasis is given to the development of language proficiency at the intermediate level as well as understanding and appreciation of Russian culture. Content includes further practice of genitive, dative, instrumental, accusative and prepositional cases in oral and written language; verbs of motion, advanced vocabulary, and sentence formation. 3 Cr. Spring.

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