FSI Russian is the last version of the Foreign Service Institute Russian language learning course. It's far better than the previous one.
Like the other FSI, DLI stuff here, it's digitized and available in many formats.
I still prefer the DLI Russian course which goes far deeper but is far longer too.
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This is FSI Russian, the last version published by the Foreign Service Institute, digitized in docbook format and available in dockbook, pdf, html, odt, epub formats.
The docbook format was chosen because it is possible to convert it in many different other formats. It is also a tagged language, which permits to process the document and extract information like the vocabulary, the phrases etc.
The docbook document was processed with different programs/ide: oXygen, pandoc and some utilities.
They produced different versions of the document, as the processing parameters are a bit different.
You'll find the different outputs in different directories.
This is the oXygen output directory. Html, Xhtml, Epub, Epub3 and pdf outputs. The docbook source is named: fsi-book.xml and fsi-book-stressed.xml.
I processed the docbook document threw pandoc to obtain an .odt document.
I formatted a litle bit the document.
You'll find an extra audio taggued file, which was my attempts to create audio-pdf documents. Now, I switched to EPUB format and built my audio-books in this format (far easier ...)