Russian learning materials, 3d edition
Fast progress in Russian within short period of time? That is possible only with constant practice. Even if you know just a few words in Russian take each second to mix them up and create simple sentences. And of course try to find some useful online-recourses to help you. For example keep up with Enjoy Russian school weekly learning materials. A great way to learn more about Russian culture and lifestyle from a podcast, to get familiar with new Russian words from the video lesson and to add one more picture about Russian grammar to your learning folder:)
Thing number 1 to know when in Russian shop
Let’s continue learning numbers in Russian! We’ve already learnt how to count till 10 and how to change numbers one and two by genders. So it is high time to continue because we need to use numbers for catching the train or going to a shop, to ask people in Russia about their age and tell them interesting facts about your country. As you will see, the numbers from 20 are formed by adding a special ending, but do not forget about the exceptions! As always Alina and Jack are here for you to help!
Who are Russian walruses? Ice-swimming in Russia
How is this like to swim when it’s –30 and how healthy beneficial could it be? Listen to the new episode and learn about Russian winter activities and the traditions on Epiphany’s Day:
0:27 – Russian ice swimming
0:41 – Epiphany Day
2:00 –Elena’s ice swimming experience
4:05 – Russian walruses
5:30 – Ice swimming with no awful consequences: important tips on how to make it right
Multiple meaning of Russian words:
Why is that so difficult? Because “to go” is a verb of motion. It could be translated in Russian as «идти», «ходить», «пойти», «ехать», «лететь» «проходить» and couple of versions more. It depends on a certain situation. That is why you need to keep up with our Russian learning materials and learn the grammar rules!