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In this third part of the complete basic level of Russian (equivalent of RUS 2210), you will spend time in conversational practice of new vocabulary that is introduced in the prerequisite for this course, as well as basic grammatical forms and the basic Russian constructions commonly used in speech. You will also spend time conversing on a variety of subjects, including sharing the gospel in Russian, as well as written assignments, in-class oral participation and listening comprehension exercises. Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in RUS 2110
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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In this third part of the complete basic level of Russian (equivalent of RUS 2210), you will spend time in conversational practice of new vocabulary that is introduced in the prerequisite for this course, as well as basic grammatical forms and the basic Russian constructions commonly used in speech. You will also spend time conversing on a variety of subjects, including sharing the gospel in Russian, as well as written assignments, in-class oral participation and listening comprehension exercises. Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in RUS 2110
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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TBD
In the conversation course for the second semester of first-year Russian, you will be provided with a conversational environment in which you have an opportunity to practice vocabulary introduced in the course, as well as focus on various intermediate-level conversational topics and subject areas with which you will need to be familiar in order to operate in an all-Russian environment and to be prepared for future ministry. Course placement may be determined by an entrance exam for those students who may have the proficiency for this course but have not completed the prerequisite. Prerequisite: RUS 2210
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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TBD
In the conversation course for the second semester of first-year Russian, you will be provided with a conversational environment in which you have an opportunity to practice vocabulary introduced in the course, as well as focus on various intermediate-level conversational topics and subject areas with which you will need to be familiar in order to operate in an all-Russian environment and to be prepared for future ministry. Course placement may be determined by an entrance exam for those students who may have the proficiency for this course but have not completed the prerequisite. Prerequisite: RUS 2210
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
MAIN
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TBD
The first part of the complete intermediate level of Russian, this course will introduce you to intermediate vocabulary and key grammatical aspects of Russian with explanation in both Russian and English. Following each grammar/vocabulary explanation, you will be given the opportunity to practice the concepts conversationally through teacher/student drills, translation exercises and other exercises. Proper pronunciation, word formation, and word roots are also emphasized. Students are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor. Prerequisites: RUS 2112
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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TBD
The first part of the complete intermediate level of Russian, this course will introduce you to intermediate vocabulary and key grammatical aspects of Russian with explanation in both Russian and English. Following each grammar/vocabulary explanation, you will be given the opportunity to practice the concepts conversationally through teacher/student drills, translation exercises and other exercises. Proper pronunciation, word formation, and word roots are also emphasized. Students are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor. Prerequisites: RUS 2112
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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TBD
The second part of the complete intermediate level of Russian, this course introduces you to intermediate vocabulary, word formation, and grammar, as well as intermediate-level Russian sentence structure. Emphasis is on the development of conversational proficiency, and you will learn to use constructions common in discourse while being given the opportunity to practice the content conversationally through teacher-student drills, question and answer sessions, and topically-oriented activities. Students are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUS 3110
4.00
Spring
Undergraduate
MAIN
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TBD
The second part of the complete intermediate level of Russian, this course introduces you to intermediate vocabulary, word formation, and grammar, as well as intermediate-level Russian sentence structure. Emphasis is on the development of conversational proficiency, and you will learn to use constructions common in discourse while being given the opportunity to practice the content conversationally through teacher-student drills, question and answer sessions, and topically-oriented activities. Students are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUS 3110
4.00
Spring
Undergraduate
MAIN
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TBD
In this course you will be provided with a conversational environment in which you will have an opportunity to practice vocabulary which covers everyday life and ministry situations. You will have the opportunity to practice discussing in detail various intermediate-level topics necessary to function well in future life and ministry situations in Russian-speaking countries. Course work includes written assignments, oral participation in discussions, Bible-related discussions, and listening comprehension exercises. Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or satisfactory completion of RUS 3110. Course placement may be determined by an entrance exam for those students who may have the proficiency for this course but have not completed the prerequisite.
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
MAIN
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TBD
In this course you will be provided with a conversational environment in which you will have an opportunity to practice vocabulary which covers everyday life and ministry situations. You will have the opportunity to practice discussing in detail various intermediate-level topics necessary to function well in future life and ministry situations in Russian-speaking countries. Course work includes written assignments, oral participation in discussions, Bible-related discussions, and listening comprehension exercises. Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in or satisfactory completion of RUS 3110. Course placement may be determined by an entrance exam for those students who may have the proficiency for this course but have not completed the prerequisite.
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
MAIN
0


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