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So yesterday the Slavic dept here at my university gave away a whole bunch
of old textbooks, and I walked out with a complete set of Russian texts in
very good condition.  I'm starting to work through them, now but I'm a bit
frustrated by the orthography and poor explanations (though they're not
half as poor as some others I've seen).  Anyway, I know someone has posted
Cyrillic to IPA information for Russian here before--can they send it on
again or point me to it in the archives. (Searching through the Yahoo
groups is *such* a mess.)

Jesse S. Bangs [log in to unmask]
http://students.washington.edu/jaspax/

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frightful danger of seeing it for the first time."
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