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Lower Intermediate Lesson #13 - Next Time Maybe You Will Know What to Say in Russia!
Learn Russian with You are finally at the party your new (promising) Russian friend nervously invited you to last week. His friends anxiously crown around, excited to finally meet the girl he has apparently been talking quite a bit about. Blushing, you introduce yourself to the crowd in Russian, "Hi! Vlad has told me so much about all of you. It's such a pleasure to finally meet you!" As his friends take turns shaking your hand and introducing themselves, one friend announces in Russian, "Vlad, you should have told us she was so polite and beautiful!" Blushing even worse, you take his hand and reply in Russian, "Well, I owe you a dance later for such a wonderful compliment." Apparently getting a little jealous, Vlad interrupts, shoves his friend aside, and tells him in Russian, "Umm, I'll let you get away with that this time because she is very beautiful...but next time..." He turns back to you and says in Russian, "Now that you have met everyone, you must tell me everything about yourself!" How can your friends be mad at you for falling in love? Learning Russian with is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian. In this Russian Lower Intermediate lesson, we will teach you several Russian words and phrases and their meanings, along with the diminutive form of Russian names. Some more Russian vocabulary won't hurt either. Learn the diminutive form for your name and then come back to for more fantastic lessons. Leave us a message while you're there.
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Lower Beginner #24 - Talking Politics in Russia
Learn Russian with! Russian politics are considered very corrupt, but at least the Russians know how to joke about it! You'll find that, in Russia, people have no problem making jokes about politics and government officials. Even comedians do bits about how bad the corruption is! After this lesson, you'll know how to join in. It's always good to make the best out of a bad situation! In this lesson, you will learn about the genitive case of singular adjectives and possessive pronouns in Russian. This conversation takes place in a café between Alex and Lera, who are friends and will be speaking informal Russian. Visit us at, where you will find many more fantastic Russian lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
Beginner Lesson S2 #25 - Is It The Swine Flu?
Learn Russian with! You find yourself sick while vacationing in Russia. You've already missed your date with a very hot Russian girl you really hit it off with, you've been sick the whole time, and you have very little time left. How much worse could things be? Your friend calls and asks in Russian, "Are you still sick because of the bad fish you ate a few nights ago?" Because you are spending the holiday sick and alone, you are reluctant to tell her the truth, but you do and reply in Russian, "Horrible. I think it's the flu. I am going to go back to the doctor tomorrow. They were closed today because of the holiday." Your friend is genuinely worried and asks in Russian, "Have you made an appointment to go see him in case it is the swine flu?" Not even thinking about that, and realizing that is one way this could definitely get worse, you reply in Russian, "I promise I am going to see him again tomorrow." Just wanting to stop thinking and talking about this for right now, you ask in Russian, "So, where are you going to today?" Excitedly, your friend replies in Russian, "I am going to the dacha today because of the pretty weather." How much worse can it get? Learning Russian with is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian. In this Russian Beginner lesson, you will review the past four Russian grammar lessons, such as Russian conjunctions of cause, Russian prepositions, and Russian verbs. Visit us at where you can find more Russian lessons and learning materials. While you're there, leave us a message.
Learn with Pictures and Video S3 #1 - Talking About Your Daily Routine in Russian
Learn Russian with! You've made great efforts to learn Russian vocabulary, and now is the time to put it to the test! Your Russian host mother is coming to see your apartment, and you want to tell her about your day in Russian. You hope this will help convince her you made the right choice moving to the big city. In this lesson you'll learn vocabulary and Russian verbs to talk about your daily routine in Russian. Learning Russian with is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian! This Russian video series is a brand new way to learn Russian, and will teach you how to express your daily routine with ease. Learn everyday vocabulary and key verbs in this Russian video lesson. Read the Russian lesson notes to learn about the Russian verb tenses Join us, and see what you've been missing! Visit us at where you will find many more fantastic Russian lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!