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Thanks for using my Russian Tutoring program. I wrote this program because I'd been away from Russian for awhile (I'd had two semesters in college) and needed to refresh my memory, which leads me to my disclaimer about there probably are mistakes, so please note any and send me a reminder (I've already corrected a couple since the original release of 1.0). First and foremost, I wish to dedicate this program to my Russian instructor at Morehead State University in Morehead, KY, Dr. Matt Pryor who is perhaps the most wonderful teacher I've ever had the pleasure of studying under. He is truly a <sim-puh-TEECH-nee che-luh-VYEK>! Obviously, this is only a very beginner program. It teaches (hopefully) the alphabet, numbers, some verbs, some greetings, and some info about how to address someone by their name. To run the program, type MAINMENU at the C: prompt. This in turn will display a menu of the individual choices. Note that it is possible to run these individual programs from DOS since they are all EXE files, but each of the programs returns to the MAINMENU program, so you'll end up in the menu anyway. In other words, use the MAINMENU method to start the program. The individual files are: ALPHABET.EXE Learn the Cyrillic Alphabet NUMBERS.EXE Learn some numbers GREETING.EXE Say hi and bye to someone in Russian WHATISIT.EXE Learn about Russian objects NAMES.EXE A list of male and female names VERBS.EXE Sixty verbs in the past, present, and future tense The series also consists of some auxilliary programs. These are: RUSS.CHR The BGI Russian font (created by me) LITT.CHR A little font from Borland TRIP.CHR Another Borland font OBJT.CHR Some simple monochrome graphics for the objects file Finally, there is a text file which contains the verbs for the verb program, as well as a backup copy of the verbs list. DON'T try to modify the verb list, because the source code needs to be modified too, to be able to add additional verbs. VERBS.TXT VERBSTXT.BAK The final file (besides this documentation file) is the Borland Graphics EGAVGA driver. All files listed above must be in the same directory (preferably on a hard drive, but it will work SLOWLY on a floppy drive). STUDY SUGGESTIONS: ===================== To make the best of this program, you should by all means study the alphabet program until it becomes second nature. You should use pencil and paper and copy every letter you see, the sound it makes, and its name. The rest of the programs depend on you being able to identify characters of the Cyrillic alphabet, so this is an important step. For an additional $5.00 ($15.00 total), you'll get a bound manual (available mid-summer, 1991). Good luck on your Russian and please register. A lot of hard work went into these programs (I'm working on the upgrades, now), and I would like to feel the programs are of some value to someone, somewhere. Bal-SHOW-ya spuh-SEE-buh!!! John Selvia
01 ACCEPT prinim%t$ prinim%u prinim%ew$ prinim%et prinim%em prinim%ete prinim%ut prinim%l, prinim%la, prinim%lo, prinim%li 02 ADVISE sov&tovat$ sov&tyu sov&tyew$ sov&tyet sov&tyem sov&tyete sov&tyut sov&toval, sov&tovala, sov&tovalo, sov&tovali 03 ANSWER otvec%t$ otvec%u otvec%ew$ otvec%et otvec%em otvec%ete otvec%ut otvec%l, otvec%la, otvec%lo, otvec%li 04 ARGUE sp+rit$ sp+ru sp+riw$ sp+rit sp+rim sp+rite sp+r`t sp+ril, sp+rila, sp+rilo, sp+rili 05 ARRANGE ystr%ivat$ ystr%ivau ystr%ivaew$ ystr%ivaet ystr%ivaem ystr%ivaete ystr%ivaut ystr%ival, ystr%ivala, ystr%ivalo, ystr%ivali 06 ASK spr%wivat$ spr%wivau spr%wivaew$ spr%wivaet spr%wivaem spr%wivaete spr%wivaut spr%wival, spr%wivala, spr%wivalo, spr%wivali 07 ASSIGN zadav%t$ zadav%u zadav%ew$ zadav%et zadav%em zadav%ete zadav%ut zadav%l, zadav%la, zadav%lo, zadav%li 08 BE ABLE moc$ mog^ m+jew$ m+jet m+jem m+jete m+gyt mog, mogl%, mogl+, mogl* 09 BE LATE op%zd#vat$ op%zd#vau op%zd#vaew$ op%zd#vaet op%zd#vaem op%zd#vaete op%zd#vaut op%zd#val, op%zd#vala, op%zd#valo, op%zd#vali 10 BE SITTING sid&t$ sij^ sid*w$ sid*t sid*m sid*te sid>t sid&l, sid&la, sid&lo, sid&li 11 BE STANDING sto>t$ sto_ sto*w$ sto*t sto*m sto*te sto>t sto>l, sto>la, sto>lo, sto>li 12 BELIEVE v&rit$ v&ru v&riw$ v&rit v&rim v&rite v&r`t v&ril, v&rila, v&rilo, v&rili 13 BUILD str+it$ str+u str+iw$ str+it str+im str+ite str+`t str+il, str+ila, str+ilo, str+ili 14 BURN gor&t$ gor_ gor*w$ gor*t gor*m gor*te gor>t gor&l, gor&la, gor&lo, gor&li 15 BUY pokyp%t$ pokyp%u pokyp%ew$ pokyp%et pokyp%em pokyp%ete pokyp%ut pokyp%l, pokyp%la, pokyp%lo, pokyp%li 16 CALL zvat$ zov^ zov[w$ zov[t zov[m zov[te zov^t zval, zval%, zv%lo, zv%li 17 CATCH lov*t$ lovl_ l+viw$ l+vit l+vim l+vite l+v`t lov*l, lov*la, lov*lo, lov*li 18 CHANGE izmen>t$ izmen>u izmen>ew$ izmen>et izmen>em izmen>ete izmen>ut izmen>l, izmen>la, izmen>lo, izmen>li 19 CHOOSE izbir%t$ izbir%u izbir%ew$ izbir%et izbir%em izbir%ete izbir%ut izbir%l, izbir%la, izbir%lo, izbir%li 20 CLOSE zakr#v%t$ zakr#v%u zakr#v%ew$ zakr#v%et zakr#v%em zakr#v%ete zakr#v%ut zakr#v%l, zakr#v%la, zakr#v%lo, zakr#v%li 21 DANCE tan\ev%t$ tan\^u tan\^ew$ tan\^et tan\^em tan\^ete tan\^ut tan\ev%l, tan\ev%la, tan\ev%lo, tan\ev%li 22 DESCRIBE opis#v%t$ opis#v%u opis#v%ew$ opis#v%et opis#v%em opis#v%ete opis#v%ut opis#v%l, opis#v%la, opis#v%lo, opis#v%li 23 DO d&lat$ d&lau d&laew$ d&laet d&laem d&laete d&laut d&lal, d&lala, d&lalo, d&lali 24 DRINK pit$ p$u p$[w$ p$[t p$[m p$[te p$ut pil, pil%, p*lo, p*li 25 EAT est$ em ew$ est ed*m ed*te ed`t el, &la, &lo, &li 26 FALL p%dat$ p%dau p%daew$ p%daet p%daem p%daete p%daut p%dal, p%dala, p%dalo, p%dali 27 FINISH konc%t$ konc%u konc%ew$ konc%et konc%em konc%ete konc%ut konc%l, konc%la, konc%lo, konc%li 28 FORGET zab#v%t$ zab#v%u zab#v%ew$ zab#v%et zab#v%em zab#v%ete zab#v%ut zab#v%l, zab#v%la, zab#v%lo, zab#v%li 29 GIVE dav%t$ da_ da[w$ da[t da[m da[te da_t dav%l, dav%la, dav%lo, dav%li 30 HAVE BREAKFAST z%vtrakat$ z%vtrakau z%vtrakaew$ z%vtrakaet z%vtrakaem z%vtrakaete z%vtrakaut z%vtrakal, z%vtrakala, z%vtrakalo, z%vtrakali 31 HAVE DINNER ob&dat$ ob&dau ob&daew$ ob&daet ob&daem ob&daete ob&daut ob&dal, ob&dala, ob&dalo, ob&dali 32 HELP pomog%t$ pomog%u pomog%ew$ pomog%et pomog%em pomog%ete pomog%ut pomog%l, pomog%la, pomog%lo, pomog%li 33 HURRY spew*t$ spew^ spew*w$ spew*t spew*m spew*te spew%t spew*l, spew*la, spew*lo, spew*li 34 JOKE wyt*t$ wyc^ w^tiw$ w^tit w^tim w^tite w^t`t wyt*l, wyt*la, wyt*lo, wyt*li 35 KISS \elov%t$ \el^u \el^ew$ \el^et \el^em \el^ete \el^ut \elov%l, \elov%la, \elov%lo, \elov%li 36 KNOW znat$ zn%u zn%ew$ zn%et zn%em zn%ete zn%ut znal, zn%la, zn%lo, zn%li 37 LOVE lub*t$ lubl_ l_biw$ l_bit l_bim l_bite l_b`t lub*l, lub*la, lub*lo, lub*li 38 LISTEN sl^wat$ sl^wau sl^waew$ sl^waet sl^waem sl^waete sl^waut sl^wal, sl^wala, sl^walo, sl^wali 39 LIVE jit$ jiv^ jiv[w$ jiv[t jiv[m jiv[te jiv^t jil, jil%, j*lo, j*li 40 MEET vstrec%t$ vstrec%u vstrec%ew$ vstrec%et vstrec%em vstrec%ete vstrec%ut vstrec%l, vstrec%la, vstrec%lo, vstrec%li 41 NOTICE zamec%t$ zamec%u zamec%ew$ zamec%et zamec%em zamec%ete zamec%ut zamec%l, zamec%la, zamec%lo, zamec%li 42 OPEN otkr#v%t$ otkr#v%u otkr#v%ew$ otkr#v%et otkr#v%em otkr#v%ete otkr#v%ut otkr#v%l, otkr#v%la, otkr#v%lo, otkr#v%li 43 PLAY igr%t$ igr%u igr%ew$ igr%et igr%em igr%ete igr%ut igr%l, igr%la, igr%lo, igr%li 44 PREPARE got+vit$ got+vlu got+viw$ got+vit got+vim got+vite got+v`t got+vil, got+vila, got+vilo, got+vili 45 READ cit%t$ cit%u cit%ew$ cit%et cit%em cit%ete cit%ut cit%l, cit%la, cit%lo, cit%li 46 REPEAT povtor>t$ povtor>u povtor>ew$ povtor>et povtor>em povtor>ete povtor>ut povtor>l, povtor>la, povtor>lo, povtor>li 47 TALK govor*t$ govor_ govor*w$ govor*t govor*m govor*te govor>t govor*l, govor*la, govor*lo, govor*li 48 SEE v*det$ v*jy v*diw$ v*dit v*dim v*dite v*d`t v*del, v*dela, v*delo, v*deli 49 SHOUT kric%t$ kric^ kric*w$ kric*t kric*m kric*te kric%t kric%l, kric%la, kric%lo, kric%li 50 SING pet$ po_ po[w$ po[t po[m po[te po_t pel, p&la, p&lo, p&li 51 STEAL krast$ krad^ krad[w$ krad[t krad[m krad[te krad^t kral, kr%la, kr%lo, kr%li 52 STUDY izyc%t$ izyc%u izyc%ew$ izyc%et izyc%em izyc%ete izyc%ut izyc%l, izyc%la, izyc%lo, izyc%li 53 TAKE brat$ ber^ ber[w$ ber[t ber[m ber[te ber^t bral, br%la, br%lo, br%li 54 THINK dym%t$ d^mau d^maew$ d^maet d^maem d^maete d^maut d^mal, d^mala, d^malo, d^mali 55 THROW bros%t$ bros%u bros%ew$ bros%et bros%em bros%ete bros%ut bros%l, bros%la, bros%lo, bros%li 56 UNDERSTAND ponim%t$ ponim%u ponim%ew$ ponim%et ponim%em ponim%ete ponim%ut ponim%l, ponim%la, ponim%lo, ponim%li 57 WAIT jdat$ jdy jd[w$ jd[t jd[m jd[te jdyt jdal, jdal%, jd%lo, jd%li 58 WANT xot&t$ xoc^ x+cew$ x+cet xot*m xot*te xot>t xot&l, xot&la, xot&lo, xot&li 59 WORK rab+tat$ rab+tau rab+taew$ rab+taet rab+taem rab+taete rab+taut rab+tal, rab+tala, rab+talo, rab+tali 60 WRITE pis%t$ piw^ p*wew$ p*wet p*wem p*wete p*wyt pis%l, pis%la, pis%lo, pis%li
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