Third-Year Russian starts with the assumption that the basic aspects of the language have been assimilated, and therefore emphasizes practical skills - reading, writing, and speaking. Difficult grammatical points are reviewed, vocabulary is greatly enlarged, idiomatic constructions are studied. It is a recitation course, and students are asked to participate in class discussion and give oral reports. Students are evaluated on the basis of their oral and written skills.

Prerequisites and Distribution: Russian 202, and satisfactory scores on a proficiency test. No credit granted to those who have completed or are enrolled in 303.

Credits: 4

Students wishing to take Third Year Russian intensively can enroll in the UM Summer Language Institute.

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