Looking for a Russian Grammar Book
Всем привет! I am doing the Russian course and i am in the middle of the tree, and i wanted to know if someone knows a good grammar book with all the explinations, but in one place, because in duolingo i have to do clicks in every lessons to find what i want, and sometimes i don't remember where they are.
I was thinking about the "Teach Yourself Russian Grammar" and " Teach Yourself Beginner's Russian Grammar" , but let me know if know another one.
I have used this one in the past and it proved really helpful: https://www.scribd.com/document/356998157/03-The-New-Penguin-Russian-Course-pdf
I got good use out of Essential Russian Grammar by Brian Kemple. It is clear and covers the basics well. At about $7 it is also cheap.
"The Everything Essential Russian Book" for general knowledge is absolutely great, and the "Essential Russian Grammar Book" is a very good resource, in my opinion. Best of luck to you!
i was taking a look to the Essential russian grammar book, maybe i will go for it :-)
Nachalo is a good one but is can be expensive.
Introductory Russian Grammar, by Stilman, Stilman, and Harkins is old fashioned but quite thorough; it has no answer key in the back (sold separately, if you can find it), but has lots of example sentences that are translated; since it's a textbook it is expensive, but used copies can be found. A Comprehensive Russian Grammar, by T. Wade is very good, and newer. The most inexpensive grammar I've seen that is quite good is Schaum's Outline of Russian Grammar; it has an answer key for its exercises; the earlier editions are just fine (I have the 1st ed.) and can be bought used for less than $5. There are several others that are very good, but most of my books are packed and I don't remember enough details to say more.