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Russian for Scientific Workers

Nature volume 149, page 502 (02 May 1942) | Download Citation

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THERE must be many scientific workers who would like to learn Russian if facilities were available, and there are certainly some excellent schools of Russian in Great Britain which would offer facilities. The most useful course would be one which would enable a student to read a Russian scientific paper with the aid of a dictionary and not too great an expenditure of time: on a foundation of this sort, a fuller and more general knowledge of the language could, if circumstances permitted, be developed.

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    • E. J. RUSSELL

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