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Learn or improve Russian by reading Tolstoy in Interlinear

Posted: February 18th, 2014 9:46 pm
by lyzazel_50962
Hello!

I would now like to tell you about an Interlinear Russian book translation of Russian.

Interlinear translations are translations where the actual translation follows below each word or expression in the original text. They enable you to understand a book in a foreign language without a dictionary.

InterlinearBooks.com has began releasing Interlinear translations since late last year. The site has already released Swedish and Lithuanian, and recently, German translations.

InterlinearBooks has also released a Russian Interlinear translation of a story by Leo Tolstoy:

http://interlinearbooks.com/russian/

If you are interested in getting some Russian reading practice, do have a look at it!

Good luck.

Re: Learn or improve Russian by reading Tolstoy in Interline

Posted: February 3rd, 2015 6:52 pm
by christopher.fuston_51055
Thanks a lot for sharing this easy trick to learn Russian language.