Russian for Beginners I
by School of Humanities an Media Studies
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On completion of the course, You will be able to: - understand, ask and answer simple questions in Russian related to a number of everyday situations - use a limited basic Russian vocabulary - apply a basic knowledge of Russian phonology and pronounce the sounds of the Russian language correctly - write the Russian alphabet and type in Russian - show an understanding of basic grammatical terms and identify simple grammatical structures in Russian - read short, simple texts which deal with everyday themes in Russian.
|1||CleanVideoL05-P02 Introducing and giving Information about yourself||Here you can learn how to talk about your age, your family. We do present the Dative case of pronouns and nouns.||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoL05-P01 Introducing and giving Information about yourself||This session gives a short introduction into the topic: how to give more information about yourself. Here we learn how to talk about nationality, how to describe where you live. We also introduce the Past Tense of the Russian verbs.||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoL04 Profession||This is the course third lecture which illustrates the most common professions. The session's material introduces words and phrases when talking about where you study or/and work. It also presents verbs in the Russian language with the focus on the tw||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoL07 Getting around the City||This short lecture gives you a short cultural and language introduction into the Russian system om transportation. It presents the two main verbs of motion in the Present tense and gives you a good opportunity to learn yourself some new vocabulary by||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoL06 Talking on the Phone||Here we present the simple rules of telephone conversation in Russia. Verb aspects and the future tense of the verbs are introduced in this session. We apply new phrases and words in a couple of dialogues at the end.||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||CleanVideoL02 Russian Greetings and Good byes||: This short lecture gives you an opportunity to learn how to greet Russians. A special attention is paid to the formal and informal ways of greetings.||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||CleanVideoL03 Getting Acquainted||This session gives a short introduction on how to get acquainted, present yourself and/or your friend. It also illustrates how we fomulate the Russian names. The lecture presents some basics of the Russian grammar which is needed for this topic.||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||CleanVideoL01 Introduction to Russian I||:This is a short photo introdution to the course Russian for Beginners. It gives you a very short insigt into Russia and the Russian Language. Here the main topics of the course are presented.||11/23/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
Pretty good and informative
I like this app because it teaches you both formal and informal with Russian and English translation. In the beginning she kept referring to Sweedish words which has no place in a Russian language, so not sure why she was doing that. It's confusing going back and forth between formal and informal, but I think she is doing well at teaching this. I recommend this app.