Fundamental Russian Professional Terminology

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
17PBZZROT KZ 2 2C Czech
Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection

Subject "Russian Language - terminology I and II is designed for students who want to learn how to use the Russian language, or you want to repeat, deepen and broaden knowledge of Russian language. In the first part of the course (terminology I) individual topics covering the main areas General Communication (normal turnover, human, school orientation in the city, attractions, dining, culture, sports, hobbies, travel, etc.). The lessons are basically the same layout. starting from the recommended minimum for verbal subjects, which are intended to practice and this material is reflected in these dialogues that capture the realities of everyday life. The exercises are aimed at practicing and reinforcing the vocabulary and grammar partly related to the topic. Emphasis is placed on the active use of Russian language, understand the similarities and differences in Czech and Russian The ability to communicate in the most common situations and prompt expression.

In the second part of the course (II terminology), the students are taught specialized terms in different areas (radiology, toxicology, emergency preparedness), belonging to the field of crisis management.


attendance at seminars - the absence of three possible without apology, self-presentation, written test

Syllabus of lectures:


Syllabus of tutorials:

Introduction to the Russian alphabet.

Introduction to the writing of Russian words and phrases.

Fundamentals of speech communication in general.

Basic technical terminology in the field of emergency medicine.

Study Objective:

To acquaint students with professionally-oriented Russian language and to understand professional texts and their interpretation ability.

Study materials:

V. NEKOLOVÁ, I. CAMUTALIOVÁ, A. VASILJEVOVÁ: Ruština nejen pro samouky, Praha 2007, ISBN: 978-80-7335-112-0.

P. POHLEI, M. ŠROUBKOVÁ: Praktický slovník rusko-český a česko-ruský, Praha 2003, ISBN: 80-7335-030-0 .

H. ŽOFKOVÁ, R. HŘÍBKOVÁ, M. HORVÁTOVÁ, J. JANEŠOVÁ, L. PROKOPOVÁ: Ruština ihned k použití - do kapsy. Praha 2008, ISBN: 978-80-7335-087-1.

Recommed reading:

Česko-anglicko-německo-rusko-slovenský on-line slovník radiologie, toxikologie a krizového řízení http://apps.zsf.jcu.cz/data/slovnik/index.php.

Further information:
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The course is a part of the following study plans:
Data valid to 2021-03-02
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