воскресенье, 22 ноября 2015 г.

Active English Grammar- russian-english grammar patterns-mp3 podcasts

В частности, сегодня представляю учебник по грамматике с активными примерами на английском, построенными автором на материалах газеты The Financial Times и журнала The Economist, а также с переводами примеров на русский и всеми объяснениями на русском.  В архиве также мои русско-английские mp3-подкасты со всеми русско-английскими примерами из грамматики. Такая структура подкастов помогает тренировать ваш активный английский, например,во время прогулок. Слушаем русский пример, нажимаем паузу, пытаемся сами найти английский эквивалент, затем отжимаем паузу, слушаем вариант от автора, нажимаем паузу, придумываем свой пример с этой грамматической моделью и лексикой из этого примера. Подробнее об активации см. здесь ,  подкаст-лента - здесь 
-Business English Grammar for Economists-download pdf+russian-english mp3 podcasts

понедельник, 9 ноября 2015 г.

SKYPE COACHING IN RUSSIAN FOR SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH

SKYPE COACHING IN RUSSIAN FOR SPEAKERS OF ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH

We read and discuss russian-english parallel texts and mp3 podcasts with short stories by Chekhovrussian poetry by Pushkin, Pasternak, Akhmatova, Mandelstam, fragments from novels by Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky. We watch and discuss russian films and TV series in Russian with english subtitles-
Skype Coaching in Russian for speakers of English, German, French. 
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Vladislav Vorobev, media coach in Perm, Russia, 
former state TV live interviewer 1999-2002, 
coach in English for journalists and PR in Moscow 2005-2010, 
founder of Permlive.TV 2011-2015- 
 Live Internet TV Citizen Journalism project, 
one of the founders of Perm Public TV- Perm Regional NGO

воскресенье, 8 ноября 2015 г.

Russian classical literature translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky

Russian classical literature 
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Русская жена и ее муж американец уже 25 лет переводят русскую классику очень необычным способом. Лариса делает буквальный подстрочник своим русским английским, а Ричард переписывает на хорошем английском, затем Лариса просматривает его вариант, сравнивает с оригиналом, добавляет свои замечания и исправления, затем Ричард снова это переписывает до тех пор, пока Лариса не увидит максимального соответствия. Многие считают эти переводы самыми адекватными, а многие ругаются на корявый русский английский, элементы которого все равно остаются в переводах и максимально приближенно передают, например, небрежный стиль Достоевского или повторы Толстого. А мне эти переводы очень нравятся, я чувствую в них русскую душу. См. мои русско-английские подкасты их переводов Чехова, фрагмент из Доктора Живаго Пастернака, фрагмент из Идиота Достоевского, фрагмент из Анны Карениной Толстого, фрагмент из Войны и мира Толстого, фрагмент из Мастер и Маргариты Булгакова, главы 1-2 из Мастер и Маргариты Булгакова

Bulgakov_The-Master-and-Margarita.mobi
Chekhov_Selected-Stories-of-Anton-Chekhov.mobi
Chekhov_The-Complete-Short-Novels.mobi
Dostoyevsky_Crime-and-Punishment.mobi
Dostoyevsky_Demons.mobi
Dostoyevsky_Notes-from-Underground.mobi
Dostoyevsky_The-Adolescent.mobi
Dostoyevsky_The-Brothers-Karamazov.mobi
Dostoyevsky_The-Double.mobi
Dostoyevsky_The-Eternal-Husband-and-Other-Stories.mobi
Dostoyevsky_The-Gambler.mobi
Dostoyevsky_The-Idiot.mobi
Gogol_Dead-Souls.mobi
Gogol_The-Collected-tales-of-Nikolai-Gogol.mobi
Pasternak_Doctor-Zhivago.mobi
Tolstoy_Anna-Karenina.mobi
Tolstoy_War-and-Peace.mobi


Leo Tolstoy- War and Peace, Anna Karenina- BBC radio dramatisations, Kindle ebooks, russian-english podcasts

четверг, 5 ноября 2015 г.

Russian World Citizens Project presents American Novel of the year: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson


Russian World Citizens Project presents 
American Novel of the year: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson


FROM "GILEAD" BY MARILYNNE ROBINSON
I’d never have believed I’d see a wife of mine doting on a child of mine. It still amazes me every time I think of it. I’m writing this in part to tell you that if you ever wonder what you’ve done in your life, and everyone does wonder sooner or later, you have been God’s grace to me, a miracle, something more than a miracle. You may not remember me very well at all, and it may seem to you to be no great thing to have been the good child of an old man in a shabby little town you will no doubt leave behind. If only I had the words to tell you.
There’s a shimmer on a child’s hair, in the sunlight. There are rainbow colors in it, tiny, soft beams of just the same colors you can see in the dew sometimes. They’re in the petals of flowers, and they’re on a child’s skin. Your hair is straight and dark, and your skin is very fair. I suppose you’re not prettier than most children. You’re just a nice-looking boy, a bit slight, well-scrubbed and well mannered. All that is fine, but it’s your existence I love you for, mainly. Existence seems to me now the most remarkable thing that could ever be imagined. I’m about to put on imperishability. In an instant, in the twinkling of an eye.
The twinkling of an eye. That is the most wonderful expression. I’ve thought from time to time it was the best thing in life, that little incandescence you see in people when the charm of a thing strikes them, or the humor of it. “The light of the eyes rejoiceth the heart.” That’s a fact.



Russian World Citizens Project presents American Novel of the year: Gilead by Marilynne Robinson-Gilead is a novel...
Posted by Russian World Citizens Project on 4 ноября 2015 г.

среда, 4 ноября 2015 г.

125 Selected TED talks- mp3 audio versions- короткие презентации на английском инновативных идей предпринимателей, изобретателей, дизайнеров и т.д

125 Selected TED talks  mp3 audio versions - download torrent- короткие презентации на английском инновативных идей предпринимателей, изобретателей, дизайнеров, тренеров, преподавателей, писателей, политиков, ученых и т.д



AdoraSvitak_2010 What adults can learn from kids.mp3
AlaindeBotton_2009G a kinder philosophy of success.mp3
AlexTabarrok_2009 how ideas trump crises.mp3
AmyTan_2008 on creativity.mp3
AubreyDeGrey_2005G we can avoid aging.mp3
BarrySchwartz_2005G paradox of choice.mp3
BarrySchwartz_2009 our loss of wisdom.mp3
BenDunlap_2007a passionate life.mp3
BenjaminZander_2008 on music and passion.mp3
BillGates_2010 innovating to zero.mp3
BobThurman_2006S we can be Buddhas.mp3
BrianCox_2008 supercollider.mp3
BrianGreene_2005 string theory.mp3
BurtRutan_2006 future of space.mp3
CarlHonore_2005 slowness.mp3
CaryFowler_2009G the future of food.mp3
CharlesLeadbeater_2005G innovation.mp3
ChrisAbani_2008 humanity.mp3
ClayShirky_2009S social media.mp3
DanAriely_2008P decisions.mp3
DanBuettner_2009X longevity.mp3
DanDennett_2003 consciousness.mp3
DanGilbert_2004 happiness.mp3
DanGilbert_2005G expectations.mp3
DanielGoleman_2007 compassion.mp3
DanielKahneman_2010 experience and memory.mp3
DanielPink_2009G motivation.mp3
DavidDeutsch_2005G our place in the cosmos.mp3
DavidPogue_2006 simplicity  sells.mp3
DeanKamen_2002 inventing and giving.mp3
DeanKamen_2009P emotions and inventions.mp3
DeanOrnish_2006 the worlds killer diet.mp3
DerekSivers_2010U how to start a movement.mp3
ErikHersman_2009U reporting  crisis via texting.mp3
ErinMcKean_2007 redefining the dictionary.mp3
EvanWilliams_2009 listening to Twitter users.mp3
EveEnsler_2004 happiness in body and soul.mp3
EvelynGlennie_2003 how to listen.mp3
EvgenyMorozov_2009G how the net aids dictatorships.mp3
FieldsWicker-Miurin_2009S leadership.mp3
GeoffMulgan_2009G investing in a better world.mp3
HansRosling_2009S datasets changes mindset.mp3
HectorRuiz_2007G connecting the world.mp3
HelenFisher_2006 why we love and cheat.mp3
HelenFisher_2008 brain in love.mp3
HowardRheingold_2005 collaboration.mp3
IsabelAllende_2007 tales of passion.mp3
JamesCameron_2010 avatar.mp3
JamesForbes_2009P compassion.mp3
JamesSurowiecki_2005 social media become news.mp3
JanChipchase_2007 mobile phones.mp3
JaneGoodall_2002 humans and apes.mp3
JaneMcGonigal_2010 gaming and a better world.mp3
JanineBenyus_2005 sharing natures designs.mp3
JaredDiamond_2003 why societies collapse.mp3
JayWalker_2009 worlds English mania.mp3
JeffBezos_2003 web innovation.mp3
JimmyWales_2005G Wikipedia.mp3
JJAbrams_2007 mystery box.mp3
JohnFrancis_2008 walking the earth.mp3
JohnHodgman_2008 aliens -where are  they.mp3
JohnMaeda_2007 simple life.mp3
JonathanZittrain_2009G random acts of kindness in the web.mp3
JoseAntonioAbreu_2009 Kids transformed by music.mp3
JuliaSweeney_2006 letting go of God.mp3
KaryMullis_2002 experiment.mp3
KenRobinson_2006 school kill  creativity.mp3
LawrenceLessig2007 laws that choke creativity.mp3
LizColeman_2009 liberal arts education.mp3
MaeJemison_2002 teaching art and science.mp3
MarcPachter_2008P the art of the interview.mp3
MartinSeligman_2004 positive psychology.mp3
MatthewChilds_2009 rock climbing.mp3
MatthieuRicard_2004 habits of happiness.mp3
MenaTrott_2006 blogs.mp3
MichaelSpecter_2010 the danger of science denial.mp3
MurrayGellMann_2007 beauty and truth in physics.mp3
NancyEtcoff_2004 science of happiness.mp3
NatalieMerchant_2010 old poems to life.mp3
NicholasChristakis_2010 the hidden influence of social networks.mp3
NickVeasey_2009G the invisible.mp3
NoahFeldman_2003 politics and religion are technologies.mp3
OliverSacks_2009 what hallucination reveals about our minnds.mp3
PaolaAntonelli_2007 design  as art.mp3
PatriciaBurchat_2008 dark matter.mp3
PatrickAwuah_2007G educating leaders.mp3
PaulStamets_2008 mushrooms can savve the world.mp3
PhilBorges_2006 endangered cultures.mp3
PhilippeStarck_2007 design.mp3
PhilipZimbardo_2008 how people become monsters or heroes.mp3
PhilZimbardo_2009U a healthy talke on time.mp3
RaghavaKK_2010 five lifes of an artist.mp3
RayKurzweil_2005 how technology will transform us.mp3
RebeccaSaxe_2009G how we read each other's minds.mp3
ReedKroloff_2003 modern and romantic architecture.mp3
RichardBaraniuk_2006 open-source learning.mp3
RichardDawkins_2002 militant atheism.mp3
RichardDawkins_2005G our queer universe.mp3
RichardSt.John_2005 8 secrets of success.mp3
RickWarren_2006 a life of purpose.mp3
RobertWright_2006 optimism.mp3
RobForbes_2006 ways of seeing.mp3
SamHarris_2010 science can answer moral questions.mp3
SasaVucinic_2005G investing in free press.mp3
SaulGriffith_2006 everyday inventions.mp3
ScottKim_2008P the art of puzzles.mp3
SergeyBrin_LarryPage_2004 on google~1.mp3
SethGodin_2003 on standing out.mp3
SimonSinek_2009X how great leaders inspire action.mp3
StephenHawking_2008 the universe.mp3
StephenPetranek_2002 armageddon.mp3
StevenJohnson_2003 the web as a city.mp3
StevenPinker_2005G language and thought.mp3
StewartBrand_2004 on the Long Now.mp3
SusanBlackmore_2008 memes.mp3
ThelmaGolden_2009 how art gives shape to cultural change.mp3
TimBerners-Lee_2009 the next Web.mp3
TomHoney_2005 on God and the tsunami.mp3
TomWujec_2009U 3 ways the brain creates meaning.mp3
TomWujec_2010U build a team.mp3
TonyRobbins_2006 why we do what we do.mp3
VilayanurRamachandran_2007 on your mind.mp3
VirginiaPostrel_2004 glamour.mp3
YochaiBenkler_2005G open source economics.mp3
ZeresenayAlemseged_2007G humanities roots.mp3

понедельник, 2 ноября 2015 г.

ELIBRARY PDF-DJVU-CHM- TOPICS- A-Z- selected ebooks from Russian World Citizens Project Archive 2005-2015

ELIBRARY PDF-DJVU-CHM- TOPICS- A-F-
selected ebooks from
Russian World Citizens Project Archive 2005-2015

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Goldendict English Best- сборка лучших активных англо-английских словарей для обучения говорению на среднем и продвинутом этапе

Goldendict English Best- сборка лучших активных англо-английских словарей для обучения говорению на среднем и продвинутом этапе ( без аудиофайлов, с аудио см. сборки Basic или Advanced ) . Напоминаю, что активные словари дают примеры для устного употребления иностранцам, изучающим англиский, а не носителям языка . В сборке есть также отдельные англо-русские словари с грамматическими комментариями для изучающих английский и особенно русско-английские словари с упором на перевод разговорных выражений. Для чтения книг в оригинале в сборке есть New Oxford Dictionary и Britannica concise encyclopedia.  Скачать архив с облака ( 460мб), разархивировать на диск вашего компьютера или на флешку, открыть goldendict.exe



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en-en collins cobuild 6th\
en-en Collins Cobuild English Grammar\
en-en Collins Cobuild School dictionary of American English\
en-en Collins_Cobuild English_Usage\
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en-en Merriam-Websters advanced learners dictionary\
en-en New Oxford Dictionary of English\
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en-en Oxford Business English Dictionary\
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En-En_Macmillan_English_Dictionary_2Ed_1_1\
En-En_Oxford Advanced Learners 9th edition\
en-ru apresyan\
en-ru combinatory kaul khidekel\
en-ru khidekel usage\
en-ru Lingvo x3 universal\
En-Ru-Collins\
En-Ru-Oxford_1_0\
Oxford Learner's Wordfinder dictionary\
ru-en american english\
ru-en khidekel Explanatory ru-eng\
ru-en Lingvo x3 ru-en universal\
ru-en_Berlitz_basic_as_1_0\
ru-en_Collins_as_1_0\
ru-en_Dubrovin_as_1_0\
ru-en_PONS_Kompakt_as_1_0\

Вот, например, окно со статьями SERENDIPITY из разных словарей в интерфейсе GOLDENDICT в этой сборке

serendipity
serendipity UK US /ˌserənˈdɪpəti/ noun [U] literary
when you are lucky and find something interesting or valuable by chance
счастливая случайность
The scientist's discovery was a real case of serendipity.
Thesaurus entry: "Good luck and bad luck"

CollinsCobuild (En-En)

serendipity
[se̱rendɪ̱pɪti]
N-UNCOUNT
Serendipity is the luck some people have in finding or creating interesting or valuable things by chance. [LITERARY]
Some of the best effects in my garden have been the result of serendipity.

Longman DOCE 5th Ed. (En-En)

serendipity
ser‧en‧dip‧i‧ty /ˌserənˈdɪpəti, ˌserənˈdɪpɪti/ BrE  AmE  noun [uncountable] literary
[Date: 1700-1800; Origin: Serendip ancient name of Sri Lanka; because it was an ability possessed by the main characters in the old Persian story The Three Princes of Serendip]
when interesting or valuable discoveries are made by accident ⇨ luck

Longman DOCE5 Extras (En-En)

serendipity
noun
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ Call it the ultimate advertising coup or simple serendipity.
▪ Far from portraying the scientists as all-knowing seers, Hafner and Lyon show how their biggest advances came through serendipity.
▪ Our lives had been turned over to serendipity.
▪ To a large extent, luck and serendipity made us the kind of scientists we are, and brought us together.
▪ What a delightful find - a true serendipity!

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary, 4th Ed.(En-En)

serendipity
serendipity UK  US  /ˌser.ənˈdɪp.ɪ.ti/ aep /-ə.t̬i/ noun [U] FORMAL
▸  the fact of finding interesting or valuable things by chance
Thesaurus+: ↑Good luck and bad luck
serendipitous UK  US  /-təs/ aep /-t̬əs/ adjective

» Reading should be an adventure, a personal experience full of serendipitous surprises.
Thesaurus+: ↑Chance and randomness
Thesaurus+: ↑Causing pleasure

Merriam-Webster's Advanced Learner's Dictionary (En-En)

ser·en·dip·i·ty
/ˌserənˈdıpəti/ noun [noncount]
literary : luck that takes the form of finding valuable or pleasant things that are not looked for
They found each other by pure serendipity.
ser·en·dip·i·tous /ˌserənˈdıpətəs/ adj
a serendipitous discovery

Macmillan English Dictionary (En-En)

serendipity
serendipity UK  [ˌserənˈdɪpəti] US  noun [uncountable] literary
the fact of finding pleasant or useful things by chance
Thesaurus: chance events and happening by chancesynonym

Kernerman AED (En-En)

serendipity
serendipity
n. [u] (literary)
accidentally making a useful discovery; something lucky, interesting or pleasant that happens unexpectedly: Scientific finds sometimes seem to come from serendipity. ▪ Their meeting was more than just a coincidence. It was serendipity.
serendipitous adj.
a serendipitous discovery
serendipitously adv.
The scientist serendipitously discovered the cure for the disease while researching a different subject.

New Oxford English Dictionary

serendipity
serendipity
noun [MASS NOUN] the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way: a fortunate stroke of serendipity | [COUNT NOUN] a series of small serendipities.
DERIVATIVES
serendipitous adjective
serendipitously adverb.
ORIGIN 1754: coined by Horace Walpole, suggested by The Three Princes of Serendip, the title of a fairy tale in which the heroes ‘were always making discoveries, by accidents and sagacity, of things they were not in quest of’.

Apresyan+ (En-Ru)

serendipity
[ˌserənˈdɪpɪtɪ] n книжн.
счастливая способность к открытиям; интуитивная прозорливость

Oxford ALD_9th_En-En

serendipitynoun
BrE /ˌserənˈdɪpəti/; NAmE /ˌserənˈdɪpəti/[uncountable]
the fact of something interesting or pleasant happening by chance
Meeting her like that, and there of all places, was true serendipity!
✚ Word Origin

LingvoUniversal (En-Ru)

serendipity
ˌser(ə)nˈdɪpətɪ
  сущ. ; книжн.
  интуитивная прозорливость

Oxford (En-Ru)

serendipity
serendipity [ˏserən´dɪpɪtɪ] n счастли́вая спосо́бность де́лать неожи́данные откры́тия.


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