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Offers 17 prime quality amplifier designs masking functions from an easy amplifier for domestic use to large PA devices. It offers company assistance for the tube fanatic and entire motives of the entire vital concerns in designing caliber amplification.

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Spelling rule 2 о is replaced by е in unstressed position after ж, ч, ш, щ, ц: н мец ‘German’, instr. sing. н мцем, gen. pl. н мцев Spelling rule 3 Initial и is replaced by ы following a prefix ending in a consonant: impf. игр ть/pf. сыгр ть ‘to play’ интер сный ‘interesting’, небезынтер сный ‘not uninteresting’ (for exceptions see 28 (3)(c)) Spelling rule 4 The prefixes без-/бес-; вз-, воз-/вс-, вос-; из-/ис-; раз-/рас- are spelt with з before voiced consonants, voiced sonants or vowels and with с before unvoiced consonants: безз бый ‘toothless’ but бескон чный ‘infinite’; взлет ть ‘to take off ’ but всход ть ‘to rise’; изб ть ‘to beat up’ but исп ть ‘to sup’; разобр ть ‘to dismantle’ but расцеп ть ‘to uncouple’.

2) The suffix -ся is usually pronounced [sm] in the infinitive (м ться ‘to wash’) and the present tense (м ется ‘he washes’), though an alternative soft pronunciation [Jm] is also found in the second-person singular and first-person plural. (3) [Jm] is preferred in participles (сме щийся [Jm] ‘laughing’), the imperative (не см йся ‘don’t laugh’) and the past tense (он сме лся ‘he was laughing’) — except for forms in -сся or -зся (п сся [2passm] ‘was grazing’). g. g. ти [2eKo] ‘these’, весь [LeJ] ‘all’).

Note Unstressed initial и and э and conjunction и are pronounced [p] after a preposition or other word ending in a hard consonant (see 3 (6)): в Ит лию [v1p2taFoju] ‘to Italy’, брат идёт к Ив ну [brat1p2Bot k1p2vanu] ‘my brother is on his way to see Ivan’, над экв тором [nmd1p2kvatmrmm] ‘above the equator’. g. Госизд т [ Mosp2zdat] ‘State Publishing House’. 5 5 Pronunciation 7 Hard and soft consonants With the exception of ж, ц and ш, which are invariably hard, and ч and щ, which are invariably soft, all Russian consonants can be pronounced hard or soft.

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