A great book for learning everyday Russian conversational language.
The caricature dialog in Daily Humor in Russian Life is the best Russian learning book for everyday Russian conversations, common phrases, and words with dual meanings.
You will not find most of this material in traditional Russian language educational books that teach proper Russian.
In this book, you’ll encounter:
Looking for a book represented by caricatures Russian humor?
Laughter is indeed, the best medicine. Humor makes you human. We all have it, and everyone enjoys it when the right material tickles their funny bone.
The meaning of a caricature according to Wikipedia is a rendered image showing the features of its subject in a simplified or exaggerated way through sketching, pencil strokes, or through other artistic drawings. The meaning of Russian caricature is a caricature on steroids. Humor largely depends on the context. What might make an American crack a smile or a couple of chuckles might be different from those born and raised in another country. Care to know what Russian humor looks like?
Russian doctor jokes, Russian nurse jokes, Russian medicine jokes, Russian hospital jokes, Russian “sick” humor!
According to Wikipedia the phrase "The doc said 'to the morgue' — to the morgue it is!" (Доктор сказал «в морг» — значит, в морг!) became a well-known Russian cliché, meaning that something must be done whenever it makes sense or not.
Russian medical jokes are very popular amongst Russians. Jokes cover everything that Russian medicine entails: Russian doctors and Russian nurses, Russian clinics and hospitals, pharmacy and even home remedies.
Daily Humor in Russian Life is the fifth book of fourteen in a series the author holds very dear to their heart. The book features a collection of caricatures related to Russian medicine including patients. There is an interesting saying in Russia, “God save us from doctors and policemen”. Colorful caricatures included in this book are proof of that statement. Funny jokes about patients, medical procedures, medication, doctors and nurses transformed into funny caricatures, feature in this book. Most of the time it is hard to say what is funnier, the picture itself or the dialog. This book takes on a new meaning in the age of COVID-19.
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