Lonely Planet Russian Phrasebook with 3500-word two-way dictionary
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Lonely Planet - Russian Phrasebook - Tread Lightly, Travel Responsibly Lonely Planet phrasebooks give you a comprehensive mix of practical and social words and phrases in more than 120 languages. Chat with the locals and discover their culture - a guaranteed way to enrich your travel experience.
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Inside the Lonely Planet Russian Phrasebook:
Tools: pronunciation, a-z phrasebuilder, language difficulties, numbers and amounts, time and dates, money. Practical: transport, border crossing, directions, accommodation, shopping, communications, banking, sightseeing, business, senior & disabled travellers, children. Social: meeting people, interests, feelings & opinions, going out, romance, beliefs & cultural differences, sport, outdoors. Food: eating out, self-catering, vegetarian & special meals, culinary reader. Safe Travel: essentials, health. Sustainable Travel Dictionary: English - Russian, Russian - English
Rough Guide Russian Phrasebook
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Rough Guide - Russian Phrasebook - Talk Sense
Find words and phrases quickly and prounounce them correctly. Select food and drink from any menu. Learn the basics of Russian grammar in no time. Rely on the user-friendly situation dialogues.
It's like having a local friend wherever you go.
Have a good trip - sh-chasleevava pootee!
Lonely Planet Europe Phrasebook 15 languages with mini-dictionaries
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Lonely Planet - Europe Phrasebook - Tread Lightly, Travel Responsibly Lonely Planet phrasebooks give you a comprehensive mix of practical and social words and phrases in more than 120 languages. Chat with the locals and discover their culture - a guaranteed way to enrich your travel experience.
More powerful than a fistful of euros, reaching further than a Eurailpass, this phrasebooke is more entertaining than Eurovision! From the Mediterranean to Scandinavia, Turkey to Sweden, this is your ticket to 15 languages, a whole continent of culture, and the ultimate European adventure. This is the definitive European phrasebook.
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Lonely Planet Eastern Europe Phrasebook with 11 languages - includes a mini-dictionary for each language
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Lonely Planet - Eastern Europe Phrasebook - Tread Lightly, Travel Responsibly Lonely Planet phrasebooks give you a comprehensive mix of practical and social words and phrases in more than 120 languages. Chat with the locals and discover their culture - a guaranteed way to enrich your travel experience.
More powerful than a fistful of euros, reaching further than a Eurail pass, this phrasebook is more entertaining than Eurovision! From Moscow to Dubrovnik, Prague to Tirana, this is your ticket to 11 languages, a whole continent of culture, and the ultimate European adventure.
Lonely Planet Eastern Europe Phrasebook includes the following languages:
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