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Query:   Sum: Russian word frequency lists
Author:  Michael Ullman
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Documentation
Sociolinguistics
Lexicography

Summary:   HERE IS THE SUMMARY OF THE MESSAGES I RECEIVED FOR MY QUERIES ON RUSSIAN:

(1) A RUSSIAN WORD FREQUENCY LIST (EITHER ONLINE OR HARDCOPY)?

BROWN, NICHOLAS J. 1996. RUSSIAN LEARNERS' DICTIONARY: 10,000 WORDS IN
FREQUENCY ORDER. ROUTLEDGE: LONDON/NEW YORK.

LONNGREN, LENNART, ET. AL. 19993. CHASTOTNYJ SLOVAR' SOVREMENNOGO RUSSKOGO
JAZYKA. STUDIA SLAVICA UPSALIENSIA NO. 32. UPPSALA.
IT IS BASED ON THE ELECTRONIC UPPSALA CORPUS OF CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN.

ZASORINA, L N. 1977. CHASTOTNYJ SLOVAR' RUSSKOGO JAZYKA. MOSCOW.

CHASTOTNYI SLOVAR' OBSHCHENAUCHNOI LEKSIKI (MOSCOW, 1970)

LL Issue: 9.169
Date Posted: 04-Feb-1998
Original Query: Read original query