By Everyday Russian
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Everyday practice for the Russian language learners of all levels and as well for those who wish to continue enriching their language skills.
||Не за горами||This is the ‘Phrase of the week’ series where you can improve you Russian vocabulary and practice your listening and reading skills. The audio recording of this lesson is read at three different speeds: slow, adapted (slower than normal) and||20 1 14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Сторона (2)||Building your vocabulary is one of the basic ways of learning Russian or any other language. In turn, learning word formation is a good way to memorize new words. In this series we offer you a set of related words having one stem. You’ll learn the||24 10 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Окно||Learning Russian as any other language is a matter of practice. To learn the second language you need practice a lot and to use any opportunity to do it. Here is one more for you: practice Russian cases with our series ‘Practice Russian cases’||21 8 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Price Increase Letter (answers) [Письмо о повышении цен]||Let’s find out if you did well your last homework. Here are the the correct version of the last lesson’s text (Price Increase Letter) with highlighted mistakes (the errors in red and the correct answers in blue). The audio recording made by a||10 7 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Krasnoyarsk Stolby [Красноярские столбы]||Today we’d like to tell about a wondeful place – a National Nature Reserve Krasnoyarsk Stolby. “Stolby” is the plural of “stolb”, the Russian for “pillar”. The regular Stolby goers call themselves “st||18 5 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Мурашки||In the series «Word of the Week» we choose an interesting Russian word and provide you with examples of its use, synonyms, derivative words, related phrases and etymology (when possible). Additionally to this you have an audio track read by a native Ru||29 4 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Russian pronouns “себя” and “сам”||We continue to review some important Russian grammar point and dedicate today’s lesson to the two Russian pronouns: сам and себя. We’ll cover the declension of this pronouns in different cases and give some examples sentences in order to help||12 3 13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Yamal Peninsula [Полуостров Ямал]||Ямал, что на языке коренного населения означает «Конец мира», называют «оленьим краем». Он находится на севере Западной Сибири, на террито||5 3 13||Free||View In iTunes|