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Learn Russian With Me

Gorky Park.

Это Парк Горького.


Это тоже Парк Горького. 🙂  Они знают русский язык, но поют (sing) по-английски.

По-русски они тоже поют. 🙂

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Cyprus? No, it’s Armenia.

Нет, Армения, Ереван.
Там тоже говорят по-русски. 🙂

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Do you know where is it?

Вы знаете, где это? Знаете эти места?

Я знаю, где это.  Думаю, вы тоже знаете.  Это Кипр.

знать – to know

я знаю, ты знаешь, он/она знает, мы знаем, вы знаете, они знают

Слушаем песни. Try to catch in the songs the verb “знать” with pronouns and proper endings.


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I, you, he, she, we, you, they.

I – я, you – ты, he – он, she – она

we – мы, you – вы (Вы), they – они

Listen to the songs and try to hear the words я, ты, он, она, мы, вы, они.


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Where? – Here, there, on the left, on the right.

Where? – Где? We use this when we would like to ask about place, where the object or the person is located. And we answer вот (here you are), здесь=тут (here), там (there), слева (on the left),  справа (on the right).


Слова и картинки здесь.

Listen to the songs and try to here the following words: где, справа, слева, тут, там, здесь.


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The best ways to learn Russian.

If you don’t have Russian friends to practice your skills in Russian language and you don’t have much time to study with the teacher you can use the following ways:
1. Read books together with audio books.
Beginners can start from this amazing book  “Рассказ-сенсация” for Elementary & Pre-Intermediate levels. It contains approximately 800 words that are required for everyday communication. Every word appears in the text several times so that the learner can become accustomed to its meaning in the context. The author tried to include words from such topics as clothes, food, politics, office, sports and gym, transport and business. He also tried to use some common Russian set expressions and proverbs and quotes from famous songs. There are many dialogues in the story. There are lists of new words in every chapter. No translation is provided so that the learner can make a note of the meanings in their own language. At the end of the book, one can find a concise Russian-English dictionary. The story is written in slightly simplified Russian. Thus, the learner will find it easier to recognise and memorise grammar structures. At the end of each chapter there are questions and/or grammar exercises. Here you can buy audio book.
If you have children you can read and listen Russian traditional fairy-tales.

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Beautiful Russian woman, beautiful Russian song.

Красивая русская девушка, красивая русская песня. 🙂

Песня называется “Родина” (fatherland), исполняет (поёт) Виктория Черенцова.


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Hi! How are you?

Привет! Как дела?


Listen to the song and try to hear “Привет! Как дела?”

And now listen, read and sing together. А теперь слушаем, читаем и поём вместе. For those who can’t read Russian they can learn it here.

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Песня “У мамы” (at mum).

Слушаем песню, читаем слова и обращаем внимание на родительный, винительный и предложный падежи.

Текст песни, а также другие видео смотрим ниже.

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The song “Я – это ты!” (me is you).

Listen to the song and try to hear the following words: я, это, ты, мы, не (not), судьба (destiny), люди (people), всё (everything), сейчас (now), есть у меня (I have), лето (summer), холода (cold weather), кто (who), снег (snow)

Текст песни (lyrics):

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