How to deal with participles as a special verb form when teaching Russian to foreign students

Authors: Ionova N.A. Published: 04.03.2015
Published in issue: #2(28)/2015  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2015-2-219  
Category: Technological aspects of the engineering education | Chapter: Pedagogics  
Keywords: participle, verb form, active participles, passive participles, complex sentence

The article deals with one of the most difficult grammar issues of the Russian language. It provides a systematized review of theoretical data and practical training techniques and devices to be used in teaching Russian. The author has shown how to facilitate mastering of the topic.

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