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nonima
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United States
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Speaks: Russian

 
 Message 1 of 7
25 November 2016 at 12:26am | IP Logged 
Hi. I was wondering whether someone knows where I could get a word list of advanced
Russian vocabulary (preferably Russian word-with English definition, though fully Russian
word/definition is good too). In the USA this would be the equivalent of "GRE High
Frequency Words" or "Top 500 SAT words." Does anything resembling this exist?



Doitsujin
Diglot
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Germany
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 Message 2 of 7
25 November 2016 at 4:43pm | IP Logged 
A Frequency Dictionary of Russian contains the 5000 most frequently used words.

BTW, this forum is pretty much dead, you might want to check out language-learners.org.



nonima
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United States
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Speaks: Russian

 
 Message 3 of 7
25 November 2016 at 11:29pm | IP Logged 
Thank you for the response.
But Frequency Dictionary of Russian is really simple words like names of colors and so
on. Is there a next level book that your aware of?

Does language-learners have Russian language users?



Serpent
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26 November 2016 at 3:10am | IP Logged 
Yes, and unlike this one it has a moderator who speaks Russian natively ;)
It's basically the same forum.



Serpent
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Speaks: Russian*, English, FinnishC1, Latin, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
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 Message 5 of 7
26 November 2016 at 3:35am | IP Logged 
oh so you're a native speaker. be sure to indicate that :) I think your situation is relatively unique so it's better to describe it in more detail if you ask your question on the new forum.



nonima
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29 November 2016 at 3:40am | IP Logged 
ok thank you



Dannylearns
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01 August 2017 at 5:16pm | IP Logged 
great! I'm keeping this for future reference. I'm still beginner but for later this is
good.



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