A crash course in the Russian language taught by a native speaker What are the requirements? No prior knowledge of Russian is needed;This course is in English, so good knowledge of English is necessary;All study materials are provided;Students will require an Internet connection and Adobe Reader. What am I going to get from this course? An overview of the many uses that you can get out of learning the Russian language;15 lectures contained in 1 hour of video content;16 downloadable materials including printable cards with Russian words and their English equivalents to help you to memorize vocabulary;You will learn the … Continue reading Russian for Beginners Level I
In just a week you will be able to proudly say: “I have read Leo Tolstoy in Russian!” Even if you are a beginner! What are the requirements? Upper beginner, low intermediate or higher level of Russian language proficiency. What am I going to get from this course? At the end of this course, you will find yourself in an exciting adventure of reading classical Russian literature in the original. The adventure will start with well-known short stories written by the Great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy for children. Sub-titled and illustrated lectures are recorded twice: at a slower pace and … Continue reading Readings in Russian. Leo Tolstoy (1).
Alphabet Learning through structured letter groups. Cyrillic cursive writing exercises. Reading exercises. What are the requirements? No previous knowledge required What am I going to get from this course? Cyrillic AlphabetRussian PhoneticRussian ReadingRussian Cursive Writing Continue reading A1.1 Russian Alphabet, Reading And Cyrillic Cursive Writing