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Reference Grammars


Fully searchable, interconnected web-based grammars of Slavic and Eurasian languages. Search features allow for immediate access to grammatical topics across languages. Advanced-level exercises accompany the grammars and continue to be developed. New grammars are expected to be developed in the near future.

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Grammatical Dictionary of Contemporary Standard Russian


This is the only grammatical dictionary of modern Russian that includes full paradigms for all lexical entries, including verbal government, word-formative derivations, full sentence examples and an auditory component for each entry. When relevant, St. Petersburg versus Moscow pronunciation differences are given. This dictionary has a searchable bilingual component. This project was reviewed in Vestnik SPbGU in 2005. This site was updated in 2014 with a more modern interface and expanded inter-word relationships.

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Pragmatics & Language Learning Volume 12


Pragmatics & Language Learning Volume 12 examines the organization of second language and multilingual speakers’ talk and pragmatic knowledge across a range of naturalistic and experimental activities. Based on data collected on Danish, English, Hawai‘i Creole, Indonesian, and Japanese as target languages, the contributions explore the nexus of pragmatic knowledge, interaction, and L2 learning outside and inside of educational settings.

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