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Why Learn Russian?

Popularity. There are 150 million native Russians speakers, plus Russian is still spoken in the...
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A Few Words about Learning Russian.

Learning languages is great fun. It is common knowledge that by learning the language of a...
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A Really Good Textbook Means So Much

For beginners I recommend Beginner's Russian by Rachel Farmer. It is a self-study book which...
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A new language... How can you help yourself?

You have decided to learn a new language and you are doing your best but progress is slow. How...

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    Hello! I am a native speaker of Russian based in West Yorkshire. Passionate about education and teaching. Fully qualified.
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    My approach is friendly, very methodical and consistent. Each Skype session is individually planned for you, we will use your existing knowledge and work together until the required standard is achieved. Students of different levels are welcome!
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    An experienced ESOL teacher with an excellent rate of achievement. I taught at University, school and in the Lifelong Learning Sector in Ipswich. I use an individual approach and make sure that each student realises their potential.
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  • Why Learn Russian? Editor's Pick

    Anastassia Russian Teacher (Bradford) Picture Popularity. There are 150 million native Russians speakers, plus Russian is still spoken in the former Soviet Union and Eastern European countries. It’s estimated more than 200 million people worldwide speak Russian, which makes it the 8th most widely spoken language in the world. Russian...
  • Tchaikovsky and ballet...

    Olga Hornett Russian Teacher (Watford) Picture Ballet has always been my passion, and the Nutcracker is one of my favourites. Incredible music, written by Tchaikovsky in 1892 for the ballet, is well-known, particularly his Waltz of the Flowers. It has truly become world heritage music. The magical Nutcracker has been very popular in the UK...
  • Languages: the key to New Worlds

    Russian Teacher (South East London) Picture Getting to learn a language is very much like getting to know a new world. To me, it has always been a means of becoming part of an entirely different culture, history and way of living. Although many people nowadays consider languages as part of a useful skillset for business (and indeed it...

 

  • Why you should learn the Russian language

    Valentina Ross Russian Teacher (North London) Picture If you decide to study the Russian language, many prospects will open up for you. In 2016, Russia's population is currently about 150 million people. You can find business partners, meet friends and even find love in Russia. If you know Russian, you will be able to talk not only to naive...
  • The Very First Russian language Class Editor's Pick

    Russian Teacher (Nottingham) Picture How do we usually start our studies with students who are complete beginners?   I start my lesson usually with going through the alphabet. Even if a student says that they don't want to learn Cyrillic I would strongly recommend doing so: it is not difficult! But it gives you such freedom –...
  • Every End is a New Beginning

    Russian Teacher (North London) Picture Did you know that the words 'beginning' and 'end' used to be a single word in the Slavic languages, as e.g. in Russian? The words "начало" "конец" actually have the same stem, although it might not seem like it. The thing is, 'ча' and 'кон' used to be one word which meant both...