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5 Russian Jokes About Life

Have Fun with Russian Jokes! Russian humor is different and jokes are  very diverse. We laugh at the different aspects of our life. Russian life is very humorous. Most of all we love to laugh at Russian national characteristics. Below you can read some famous  Russian anecdotes about some of the features of Russians. Remember – […]

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12 Most Popular Russian Expressions

Use All  Features of Russian language! There are many common expressions in Russian language. It is important to know these terms, because we often use them in everyday speech. In this article, we will show you a list of the most popular fixed expressions of Russian language. You can learn and use them in conversations with […]

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How To Start Learning Russian if You Are a Beginner?

5 Most Important Steps for Beginners Suppose you have decided to learn the Russian language. Now you think, where to start? What are the first steps to make in order to realize your dream – to start speaking in Russian? In this short article we will give you 5 most useful tips on how to start […]

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6 Ways to Use a Verb “СИДЕТЬ” – to sit

In this article, we will show a couple of different options for how to use the verb «сидеть» (sidEt’) “sit” in the Russian language. Usually сидеть is to sit, on a sofa or a chair for example. If you sit with your legs crossed, it is called «сидеть по-турецки»  (literally, “to sit like a Turk”), […]

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First 10 “survival” phrases in Russian

In this article I will tell you 10 most necessary phrases in Russian if you have arrived to Russia. This phrases are most useful if you are first time in Russia. Some will help you in common situations in Russia, others – to help you to find Russian friends.  1. Привет – PrivEt – Hello. […]

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Russian Holiday – National Unity Day of Russia

http://www.learnrussianlanguage.ru/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Oh_severe_frost.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSOld/New National Holiday of Russia. Today is an old/new Russian National Holiday – National Unity Day of Russia. It is old, because it has been established at the year 1612, when Russian United forces expelled Polish–Lithuanian occupation forces from Moscow in November 1612. Leaders of the Nation were […]

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Russian Song With English Subtitles (Minuet)

http://www.learnrussianlanguage.ru/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Olga_LearnRussianLanguage_RU.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSRussian Song for Olga :) Here is one more song I sing for you – Minuet = Menuet = Менуэт. I love this song for its kind emotions and always sing it for ladies with the name Olga. I’ve translated it for you, just try […]

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The Day of the Love of Russian Woman

February 23 – Defender’s Day in Russia   Yesterday in Russia we’ve celebrated the holiday, which is “a great holiday” such as a New Year’s Day or the Day of Constitution. February 23 is considered as “masculine Day” – the day when women in Russia congratulates men, their defenders and defenders of the Fatherland. So […]

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Mobile Application for Learning Russian Langugage

  Привет, друзья! Hi, my friends!! Together with my friend and a member of Russian Language Learning Club – Jijo Bose – we have created a mobile application for WindowsPhone for learning Russian langugage!   Download it here: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/learn-russian-easy/62e542cf-52ce-4758-9c5c-8e5afeeba6ac This app helps you to learn Russian phrases and common words used everyday. Application has a […]

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How To Be a Russian Writer (with Leo Tolstoy)

My dear friend and a member of Russian Language Learning Club – Sayuri Goya – asked me to make a part of her presentation about French and Russian writers (Balzac, Flaubert, Tolstói, Dostoiévski and Tchekhov). Since I’m writing a lot in Russian, she asked me to tell about Russian writers, how to be a writer […]

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