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  1. Russian 101: Welcome!

  2. Order of Events: • 1. Word Press site & syllabus • 2. Beginner’s Russian Text site • 3. Homework • Where to find • How to print and append to website • How to send audio • 4. Russian Table and Russian House • 5. Familiarization with the textbook

  3. Москва

  4. You already know Russian! Interview 1 http://media.humnet.ucla.edu/projects/beginnersrussian/ch1-1.mp4 Interview 2 http://media.humnet.ucla.edu/projects//beginnersrussian/ch1-2.mp4

  5. Letters: Group 1 Consonants: М, мas in “Man” П, пas in “Pan” Т, тas in “Title” К, кas in “Kind” • Handwriting: http://www.russian.ucla.edu/beginnersrussian/student/CH1/Group1/index.html Vowels: А, аas in “fAther” О, оas in “fOr” Э, эas in “Enter”

  6. Putting it Together: м + а = ма м + о = мо м + э = мэ Do exc. 1-2, p. 4

  7. !Note! 1. Russian, unlike English, does NOT have articles a, an, or the… 2. The present tense form of the verb “to be” is usually omitted. 3. Unstressed “o” or “a” at the end of а word is pronounced as “uh” 4. Memorize Russian stress!

  8. New Vocab: • Do exc. 1-3, p. 4 1. **Это ма́ма. 2. **Это па́па. 3. **Это Том. 4. **Это кот. **note: remember that at the end of a word unstressed “o” is pronounced as “uh”

  9. Кто э́то? 1. Кто э́то? Это кот. 2. Кто э́то? Это ма́ма. 3. Кто э́то? Это па́па. 4. Кто э́то? Это Том. 5. Кто э́то? Это Эмма. 6. Кто э́то? Это То́ма. Do exc. 1-4; 1-5; 1-6 http://russian.ucla.edu/beginnersrussian/student/CH1/Ch1MP3files/Ch1-6.MP3 Do exc. 1-7

  10. Let’s Practice: • Do exc. 1-9; 1-10 http://russian.ucla.edu/beginnersrussian/student/CH1/Ch1MP3files/Ch1-10.MP3

  11. Let’s Review: Consonants: M, м П, п Т, т К, к Vowels: А, а О, о Э, э

  12. !Some rules to remember! 1. Russian, unlike English, does NOT have articles a, an, or the… 2. The present tense form of the verb “to be” is usually omitted. 3. Unstressed “o” or “a” at the end of a word is pronounced as “uh”

  13. Let’s Make Some Sounds: ма, мо, мэ, ам, ом, эм па, по, пэ, ап, оп, эп та, то, тэ, ат, от, эт ка, ко, кэ, ак, ок, эк