Author: Maryna Bilash Illustrator: Maryna Bilash, Valentina Taksheieva Translated by: Jana Ferjan, co-translator Maryna Bilash (prevajalska pisarna Linguarus, d. o. o.) (translation agency) Language copyediting of Slovenian text by: Jelka J. Makoter (prevajalska pisarna Linguarus, d. o. o.) (translation agency) Published by: ZALOŽBA LINGUARUS (publishing house) Copyright: Maryna Bilash, Valentina Taksheieva
About the authors:
Maryna Bilash, is a pedagogue, a tutor of Russian at the Linguarus language school, and at the same time, the founder of this school in Ljubljana, an author of several handbooks for learning Russian business language and numerous themes for e-learning the Russian language and Russian literature in high school. She is also the coordinator of the European project Sputnik for Slovenia as part of the Grundtvig Learning Partnership (2009 - 2011), and the host of many courses for Russian business language for companies and individuals.
Valentina Taksheieva is a retired professor of the Russian language and Russian literature. She started her carrier as a pedagogue teaching in the early years of primary school. After obtaining additional education, she devoted more than 30 years to working in Russian and Ukrainian high schools. Life took her from Arkhangelsk to Slovenia where she enriched the collection Tales of Russian life with her knowledge of the traditions and customs of her people.
The third book in the collection Tales of Russian life deals with a number of Russian delicacies. Mushrooms and berries are very important in the everyday life of the Russian people. Also, given their healing effects, which we could not ignore. Nor could we ignore some dishes served typically during Russian festivals.
The third book is dedicated to adjectives. We therefore highlighted the adjectives in the text and translated them into English. Knowing adjectives will expand your vocabulary and make your vocabulary more interesting.
The book is accompanied by a CD with the Russian text read by a native speaker of Russian. Pay attention to the correct pronunciation of the words and the correct accents. We encourage you to read the text out loud.