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Language Assistant Email Office hours for students
Kristina Volkova Wednesday, 6.00-7.00 p.m. (CLA)

Assigned to the Degree Course

Foreign Languages and Cultures (L-11)
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Learning Objectives

Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of their background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.



1. THE ACCUSATIVE CASE adjectives and possessives in the singular form, “Doroga” p. 11; Chavronina pp. 89-93, 94
The accusative case: complement of an argument,  “Doroga” pp. 12, 13, 14
The possessive adjective “свой”, “своя”, “своё” in the accusative, “Doroga” pp. 16, 17, 18; Chavronina pp. 95, 96, 97 

Accusative case: complement of place “Doroga” pp. 18, 19
Accusative case: complement of time, “Doroga” p. 26; Chavronina pp. 99, 100, 101
The relative clause introduced by the relative pronouns “который”, “которая”, “которое”, “которые”, “Doroga” pp. 29, 30, 31; Chavronina pp. 301-308
The relative clause introduced by “который”, “которая”, “которое” in the accusative, “Doroga” pp. 31, 32; Chavronina pp. 301-308 

2. ACCUSATIVE CASE of adjectives and possessives in the singular form, “Doroga” p. 41; Chavronina pp. 109-115
Accusative case: direct object, “Doroga” pp. 42, 43, 44, 45
The possessive adjective “свой”, “своя”, “своё” in the accusative, “Doroga” pp. 46, 47 

The predicative form with “похож”, “похожа”, “похоже”, “похожи” followed by a complement in theaccusative, “Doroga” pp. 52, 53
Accusative case: complement of time, “Doroga” pp. 56, 57; Chavronina pp. 132-135 

The accusative with verbs of motion, “Doroga” pp. 58-59, 62-63 

The subordinate clause introduced by “который”, “которая”, “которое” in the accusative, “Doroga” pp. 65, 66; Chavronina pp. 301-308 

3. GENITIVE CASE of adjectives and possessives in the singular form, “Doroga” pp. 75, 76; Chavronina pp. 164, 165, 166
The genitive case: possession, “Doroga” p. 77
The genitive case: missing or absent, “Doroga” pp. 82, 83 

The genitive case: motion and location complements, “Doroga” p. 84
The possessive adjective “свой”, “своя”, “своё” in the genitive, “Doroga” pp. 85, 86
Genitive case: specificity and belonging, “Doroga” pp. 88, 89, 90; Chavronina pp. 178-181, 182-184
Genitive case: complements of time, “Doroga” pp. 92, 93; Chavronina pp. 186, 187
Genitive case: from nouns to genitive plural, “Doroga” pp. 94-97 Chavronina pp.169-176
The subordinate clause introduced by “который”, “которая”, “которое” in the genitive, “Doroga” p. 102; Chavronina pp. 301-308
Final clause introduced by the conjunction “чтобы”, “Doroga” pp. 103-107; Chavronina pp. 297, 298 

4. DATIVE CLAUSE of adjectives and possessives in the singulare, “Doroga” pp. 116, 117, 118; Chavronina pp. 140-142 

Dative case: complement endings, “Doroga” pp. 118, 119, 120
The possessive adjective “свой”, “своя”, “своё” in the dative, “Doroga” pp. 121
The dative in impersonal phrases with “нужно/надо/можно”, ”нужен/нужна/нужно/нужны” “Doroga” pp. 125, 126, 127; Chavronina pp. 152, 153, 154
Dative case: logical subject, “Doroga” pp. 128, 129, 130
Dative case: specifying complements, “Doroga” pp. 138, 139; Chavronina pp. 157, 158 

Relative pronoun “который” in the dative, “Doroga” p. 145; Chavronina pp. 301-308

5. INSTRUMENTAL CASE of adjectives and possessives in the singular form, “Doroga” pp. 152-154; Chavronina pp. 201-203
Instrumental case: complements of company and union, “Doroga” pp. 154-157;
Instrumental case: nominal predicate, predicative complement of the subject, the government of some verbs, “Doroga” pp. 158-159; Chavronina pp. 209-211 

Instrumental case: nominal predicate with the adjective and the predicative complement of the subject with the adjective (in the description of a person), “Doroga” p. 162
Instrumental case: the function of the attribute, “Doroga” pp. 163-165
Instrumental case: complement of means, “Doroga” pp. 165-166; Chavronina p. 213 

Instrumental case: complement of place introduced by the prepositions “под/над/перед/за/между/рядомс”,”Doroga” pp. 166-167; Chavronina pp. 211-212
Instrumental case: complement of time, “Doroga” p. 167
Relative pronoun “который” in the instrumental, “Doroga” p. 172; Chavronina pp. 301-308 

Instrumental case: test exercises, Chavronina pp. 215-218 

6. VERBS OF MOTION: verbs of motion with prefixes; verbs of motion with prefixes with the complement “к + dative”; verbs of motion with prefixes with the complement “по + dative“; unidirectional verbs of motion with prefixes (perfective aspect); multi-directional verbs of motion with prefixes (imperfective aspect); intransitive and transitive verbs of motion, “Doroga” pp. 131-137; Chavronina pp. 238-252, 154-157, 252-256 

7. THE DECLENSION OF ADJECTIVES IN THE SINGUAL FORM: introduction, “Doroga” pp. 7-10

8. THE DECLENSION OF THE PLURAL: nouns, adjectives, possessives, relative  «который» “Doroga” pp. 182-186; Chavronina pp. 97-99, 116-119, 142-145, 177-178, pp. 195-196, 204-206 

9. DIRECT AND INDIRECT DISCOURSE with the imperative, “Doroga” pp. 143-144; Chavronina pp. 310-311 

10.  DIRECT AND INDIRECT INTERROGATIVE without adverbs and interrogative pronouns, “Doroga” pp. 168-169; Chavronina pp. 309-310, 311-313
Declarative direct and indirect discourse, “Doroga” pp. 63,64; Chavronina p. 308
Direct and indirect interrogatives with adverbs and interrogative pronouns, “Doroga” pp. 63,64; Chavronina p. 309

11.  IMPERSONAL SENTENCES with the verb in the third person plural, “Doroga” pp. 191-194 

12.  THE CONDITIONAL CLAUSE introduced by the conjunctions “если” and “если бы”, “Doroga” pp. 196-197; Chavronina pp. 294-296 

13.  THE CONCESSIVE CLAUSE introduced by the conjunction “хотя”, “Doroga” pp. 197-198; Chavronina pp. 298-299

14.  ORDINAL NUMBERS: “Doroga” pp. 3, 4  


1. Business vocabulary (business letters)

2. Everyday vocabulary (semantic fields: family, self, travel, work, health, describing a person, free time, at the restaurant)

By the end of the course students should be able to take the following exams: 


- students must write a text of at least 150 words regarding a particular theme

- students must understand a written text (10 multiple choice questions)

- students must do a vocabulary and grammar test with a part to translate (50 multiple choice questions)


- Listening test: Understanding a text (10 multiple choice questions)

- Speaking test:

Reading and understanding of a text

An unguided conversation with the examiner: the questions are aimed at checking the student’s competent use of grammatical and lexical items regarding topics dealt with during the course.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the language assistant in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the language assistant specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it


The lecturer reserves the right  to make changes and/or additions to the programme and such changes or additions will be communicated to students during the course. Non- attending students are strongly advised to attend reception hours in order to agree on a programme for the exams. 

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