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Fourth level

The given course is meant for students who have studied the Russian language before, and who have thus reached the third level of knowledge of the language.

Upon the completion of the Russian language course of the Fourth level students will be able to:

  • freely understand and adequately interpret authentic texts written on any theme: abstract philosophical, profession-oriented, publicistic and fictional texts;
  • write their own texts, which would reflect their personal impressions regarding the subject of speech, as well as texts of influential character;
  • comprehend the contents of radio and television programmes in full to the maximum, extracts taken from motion pictures, television plays, radio plays, recordings of speeches during public performances, and so on and so forth; adequately perceiving the socio-cultural, as well as emotional characteristics of the person speaking, meanwhile being able to interpret widely known statements and hidden meanings;
  • be able to reach any goals of communication in a situation of either prepared or non-prepared monologue and dialogue interaction, including also public interaction, thus demonstrating their ability to realize the tactics of speech behaviour, which is characteristic of the organizer of communication who in his or her turn strives to influence their listener in a certain way;
  • demonstrate knowledge of the language system, thus demonstrating comprehension and skills in implementation of the language units and structural relations, which are necessary for understanding and formulating certain separate statements, as well as the statements which are extracts from authentic texts or their fragments, taking into consideration their usage picked out in terms of stylistics.

Grammatical materials:

  • Sentence case system
  • Basic verb forms
  • Basic syntactical structures
  • Verb tense system
  • Action verbs
  • Main structural elements of simple and complex sentences
  • Verbal prefixes and work on them
  • Tense, spatial, causative-consecutive, conditional, purpositive and concessive verb forms
  • Fixed expressions
  • Complex cases of usage
  • Functional styles of the Russian language
  • Syntax of simple and complex sentences
  • Implementation of the words close in terms of meaning but different in usage
  • Phraseological units
  • Stylistics