Russian 4 (CEF A2-B1) (UE)Back
Mag.Josef Johann Urschitz
|Course code||Rus 4|
|Semester of degree program||Semester 4|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction|
Upon the successful completion of Russian 4, students can:
communicate with business partners
write e-mail messages
describe the sights and impressions of a town
give information about holidays and parties
congratulate on special occasions
talk about future plans
make arrangements for a business trip
arrange business meetings
conduct business talks
make simple contract negotiations
understand written and audio messages
Positive completion of Russian 3
This course builds on the language topics covered in Russian 3. Therefore the following areas will be covered:
genitive of numerals
reflexive possessive pronoun
indication of time
indication of an approximate quantity
modal verbs "to need", "to must"
use of the particle "??"
verbs of motion with prefixes
verbal aspect (past tense, infinitive, imperative)
Course participants will talk about the following topics:
sights and the impressions of a town
holidays and parties
In addition, students will also conduct conversations in the following situations:
special occasions (birthday, holidays, birth of a baby, new apartment, car etc.)
visiting a business partner in Russia, Ukraine, etc.
business meeting arrangements
business talks at a partner company in a Russian speaking country
simple contract negotiations
Loos, Harald and Anatoli Berditschewski: Projecty - Ein Russischlehrwerk für Beruf und Alltag. Ismaning, Hueber Verlag, 42004.
Hamann, Carola: Otlitschno! A2. Ismaning, Hueber Verlag, 2012.
Lecture and presentation, group work, pair work, role plays, learning games, blended learning, homework
Written exam (50%), oral exam (40%), active participation and homework (10%) according to CEFR (understanding, speaking, writing, grammar)