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  • Andreyev N.A.

     This glossary of terms is based on historical traditions and practice of creating  terms in the Chuvash literary language in accordance with its internal laws. It is compiled in full compliance with the provisions of  the Chuvash spelling and terminology commission.

  • Vinogradov F.

    The book written by an Orthodox missionary in the late XIXth century, shows that at the time in everyday life and speech of the Chuvash people, which has been converted to Christianity a long time ago,  many elements of paganism were preserved. The author describes these in detail and very ...

  • Andreyev I.A.

    This is a manual of Chuvash language for pupils of 10-11th forms.

  • Medzhitova E.D., Trofimov A.A.

    Chuvashia since ancient times is well-known for its talented embroiderers, seamstresses sewing silver and beads, patterned weaving, wood-carvers, masters of musical instruments, potters. Their creations amaze refined plastic form, elegance decor, expressiveness and clarity of the ornament. Embroidery, carving, silver jewelry has long attracted the attention of researchers and lovers ...

  • Andreyev I.A., Gorshkov A.Y., Ivanov A.I. and others

    Chuvash-Russian dictionary includes some 40 000 words of modern literary Chuvash language, a lot of old words that are still used in works of Chuvash writers, a great deal of colloquial and dialect words. However, terminology is widely presented in the dictionary. This dictionary is illustrated - it includes 32 ...

  • Klimentov A.A.

    The book is devoted to topical issues of the honey production as well as other products of the beekeeping.

  • Lukoyanov G.V.

    The manual is intended for the Russian-speaking pupils who can read and write in Russian and beginners in Chuvash language. Its aim is to help children in mastering the Chuvash language, to enhance interest in learning the language and Chuvash culture.

  • Sboyev V.A.

    "Notes on Chuvashes" (the first serious study of the Chuvash people) was a remarkable phenomenon in ethnographic science. The book consists of 13 chapters. Separate chapters are devoted to agriculture, agricultural ritual prayers in honor of the new crops and new beer, settlements and dwellings, wedding ceremonies, religious beliefs, national ...

  • В данный сборник вошли материалы по тюркской филологии. Особое внимание уделено чувашской филологии и литературе.

  • Sergeyev L.P., Vassiliev Ye.F.

    В словаре представлено около 5000 часто используемых лексических единиц. Слова и словосочетания расположены по частям речи в следующем порядке: имена существительные, прилагательные, числительные, местоимения, глаголы, наречия и служебные слова. Имена существительные представлены по тематическим группам. Почти при каждом имени существительном и прилагательном приведены самые необходимые словосочетания и выражения: отец, папа ...

  • Nikolaeva K.I.

    This textbook aims to teach reading the Chuvash, understand simple written and oral texts and to help learning everyday conversational speech. There is a necessary grammatical theory in the book enabling readers to understand simple texts and to discuss everyday life issues. The textbook includes the most frequently used words ...

  • Andrejev I.A.

    The book is intended for beginners who do not know the Chuvash language at all. The author’s aim was to teach how to read in Chuvash, understand simple written and oral texts and to help an individual to understand the everyday conversational speech. Vocabulary of at least the initial phase ...

  • Andrejev I.A.

    The book is intended for beginners who do not know the Chuvash language at all. The author’s aim was to teach how to read in Chuvash, understand simple written and oral texts and to help an individual to understand the everyday conversational speech. Vocabulary of at least the initial phase ...

  • Levitskaya L.S.

    The book represents the first complete presentment of inflectional and derivational forms of the Chuvash language. The author summarizes and critically reviews the results of previous studies and proposes his own explanation of some grammatical formants.