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    The Carpatho-Rusyn Society is Proud to Announce
    THE FIRST
    RUSYN LANGUAGE COURSE
    FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS

    Learn to start reading, writing, and speaking the Rusyn language in the context of Carpatho-Rusyn history, culture, and traditions.
    This entry-level, self-study course was developed specifically to give English speakers an easy-to-use way to start learning and using the Rusyn language. Students can use the course independently or groups can get together to study and learn. 339 pages.
    Highlights

      • Nearly 1,500 Rusyn words and expressions with transliterated spellings and English translations
      • Step-by-step Rusyn language lessons to study on your own and learn at your own pace
      • Numerous exercises to practice reading, writing, and speaking Rusyn
      • Audio CD recorded by native Rusyns to demonstrate correct pronunciation
      • Variety of passages, poetry, and prose in Rusyn to study sentence structure
      • Lots of photos and illustrations
      • Self-checks and word games to measure your progress and identify trouble spots needing attention
      • Interesting new content about the Carpatho-Rusyns, their history and culture
      • Rusyn alphabet written in Cyrillic letters, both printed and cursive
      • Bookmark with Rusyn alphabet for quick reference
      • Applicable for all Rusyn dialects (variants)
      • Details about Rusyn Christmas and Easter traditions and foods
      • Practice in singing traditional Rusyn songs
      • Popular Rusyn male and female names and common surnames with corresponding names
      in English

  S a l e   I t e m s

The Carpatho-Rusyn Society disseminates educational materials about Rusyns as well as Rusyn ethnic items to members and the general public through this website, flyers to members, and sales at various festivals and events. Some sales are mail order.

Almost all the educational materials are in English and are produced to educate American and Canadian audiences. The cost of such materials is the same for members and non-members.

Items are marked up in most instances only slightly, because the goal is not to make large amounts of money but to disseminate information and provide the ethnic items Rusyn Americans may want to help them more fully take pride in and understand their heritage.

Mail orders are shipped out of the Pittsburgh and Erie, PA, areas, with all orders filled by volunteers.

CLICK HERE to download our 2014 Catalog in PDF format.