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In his 1901 text, Elementary Russian Grammar, Piettro Motti offers simple, practical approach to learning the pre-Revolution Russian language, making this text a valuable introduction to the the language and a great reference tool for its older alphabet. Covering basic syntax and accidence, Motti designed his text to promote successful self-study, hoping learners will “soon perceive that Russian is by far not so difficult as it is generally believed.” The bulk of the work is divided into 30 lessons which include a short written exposition of a specific topic, relevant examples, a selection of vocabulary words, translation and reading exercises, and practice conversations. Elementary Russian Grammar also contains an introduction covering the Russian alphabet, pronunciation of vowels and semi-vowels, as well as the italic and written alphabet. Helpful supplementary appendixes offer extra reading and conversational exercises, a selection of useful words, and brief English-Russian and Russian-English dictionaries.
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Pietro Motti was professor of modern languages at the Royal Piacenza Technical Institution.