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Getting ready for your A-Level in Russian

“First love” (written by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev) is a possible novella to study for your...
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"How long will it take me to learn Russian?"

"How long will it take me to learn the Russian language?" I hear that question almost every time...
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Melody and Memory in Music and Language-Learning

  I’ve often been struck by the way that listening to music can evoke memories, and how...
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10 Reasons to Learn Russian

10 Reasons to Learn Russian You may need to say as clearly as possible in Russian: "Thank you,...

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  • Getting ready for your A-Level in Russian

    Olga Hornett A-level Russian Tutor (Watford) Picture “First love” (written by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev) is a possible novella to study for your Russian exam if the topic of your choice is “Literature and art”. This short novel is very interesting to read; additionally, you can find the audio-book on the Internet and listen to the...
  • A few facts about Russian letter Ё ё

    A-level Russian Tutor (Nottingham) Picture Is it Лёв [lyov] or Лев [lev] Толстой (Leo Tolstoy)? It is actually Лёв [yo] with ё, so it should be ЛёвТолстой. The writer himself pronounced his name as [lyov] with ё according to old-Moscow pronunciation.  His family and friends also called him Лёв...
  • The Russians don't smile. Why?

    A-level Russian Tutor (Nottingham) Picture A lot of people coming to Russia notice that Russian people don’t smile very much. “Why do you, Russians, always look so unhappy-miserable-glum?”   If we don’t smile at everyone it doesn't mean that we’re unhappy, sad or...rude. It’s just the way we are...learn more  

 

  • "How long will it take me to learn Russian?"

    A-level Russian Tutor (Nottingham) Picture "How long will it take me to learn the Russian language?" I hear that question almost every time when I meet a new student. And it’s very difficult almost impossible to answer it straight away, I personally never give any guarantees.  I don’t think it is even possible to promise somebody...
  • Melody and Memory in Music and Language-Learning

    A-level Russian Tutor (Chelmsford) Picture   I’ve often been struck by the way that listening to music can evoke memories, and how learning songs in a foreign language can greatly aid the language-learning process. Hearing a melody can evoke a place, time, climate, and mood as vividly as reading a description of something, seeing a...
  • Gogol's 'The Overcoat'

    A-level Russian Tutor (North West London) Picture Drawing on specific examples from Shinel’, discuss the most characteristic features of Gogol’s style. Nabokov said that ‘The Overcoat’  could be summed up in this way: “mumble, mumble, lyrical wave, mumble, lyrical wave, mumble, lyrical wave, mumble, fantastic climax, mumble, mumble...