Sing and Learn! ©

Sing and Learn© – The BEST SONGS for LEARING RUSSIAN!

A lot of people successfully learn languages by listening songs. This method includes review of lyrics, transliteration (for better understanding of pronunciation) and translation (LTT) of songs. The best way to use it – is to listen to the song and follow LTT.

As a result – you listen to a new words repeatedly and remember its correct sense.

Here you can order a packs of the most popular and wonderful songs of the period you like:

  • NATIONAL SONGS: 20 the most well-known folk Russian songs (download mp3), like “Oy moroz moroz”, “Valenki” and others
  • SOVIET SONGS: 20 wonderful songs of Soviet period of Russia (download mp3), like “Lizaveta”, “Podmoskovnye vechera” and others
  • MODERN SONGS: 20 new, top songs of modern Russian artists (download mp3), different styles, like “Vremja narkotik” of Denis Maydanov, “Prostitsya” of UmaTurman and others

BONUS: every song (mp3) is combined with PDF file that include: LYRICS in Russian, TRANSCRIPT (for better understanding of pronunciation) and TRANSLATION into English!

ORDER ALL 3 PACKS WITH DISCOUNT!

Do you want a sample to try the method? Fill the form below and you will get the link to download one folk Russian song mp3 with lyrics, transcript and translation!

 

 

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Comments

  1. was going to buy songs but checkout page will not accept paypal. :(

  2. Karin van Beek on October 27, 2012 at 12:44 pm said:

    Marvellous songs! I downloaded everything and am very happy with it! Thanks Oleg, you’re the best! спасибо, спасибо, спасибо!

    Karin van Beek, Holland

  3. Lovely Happy New year Song Download on September 23, 2014 at 10:48 am said:

    Hi! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be ok.
    I’m absolutely enjoying your blog and look forward to new posts.

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