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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.
Lower Intermediate S2 #3 - Are You Afraid of Flying in Russia?
Learn Russian with! Did you know that nearly a third of Russians are afraid of flying? Airplanes, despite their global use and high safety ratings, inspire a great deal of nervousness and trepidation among Russian passengers. If you suffer from the same fear, try taking some deep breaths—or go the Russian route and drink some vodka before boarding! In this lesson, you'll learn about the preposition на governing the prepositional cases. This conversation takes place at the airport, where Nika and Misha, who are relatives, 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!
News #131 - This Free Feature Is Your Non-Stop Source For Must-Know Russian Words
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Video S2 #24 - Working With Your Russian Skills!
Learn Russian with! You are in Russia doing some business with your company's main headquarters and you have attended meetings all afternoon. You are supervising how the staff is performing their job at the Russia company, and although you are satisfied with how the Russia company is being handled, you still have to figure out what can be improved within the company. You have spoken with many of the company's staff and most of the staff seems very pleased with the way they are treated. You asked each one what their jobs entailed. A secretary you spoke with replied in Russian, "Typing and reading e-mails, making phone calls, answering customers' know, the usual stuff." The next person you spoke with answered in Russian, "I attend meetings all day!" But they all seem happy...and the work is getting done. Wait...who is that? You ask a man sitting at a desk drinking coffee what he does all day. He replies in Russian, "I drink my coffee." Astonished, you ask him why he doesn't do anything else. He replies in Russian, "Because I am the boss!" Well, at least you were able to work with your Russian skills for a little bit anyway. Learning Russian with is the most fun and effective way to learn Russian! This Russian Video Vocabulary lesson will teach you important vocabulary you might need on the job in Russia. In this Russian vocabulary video, you will learn Russian by watching the video, seeing both English and Russian translations describing the video, and all while listening to the Russian translations being read aloud by our native Russian speakers. Visit us at where you will find many more great Russian lessons and learning materials! Leave us a message while you are there!
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Lower Intermediate S2 #2 - Where Did That Cheeky Russian Spirit Hide My Wallet?
Learn Russian with! Russian mythology is rich in magical and unique creatures, and many Russians still believe in these creatures today! They can be found everywhere—from the traditional Russian saunas to your own apartment! So, to be prepared, it's best to know a bit about Russian mythology before you venture onto Russian soil!   In this lesson, you'll learn about the usage of the preposition в in the prepositional case. This conversation takes place at a café, where Ben and Nika, who are friends, 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!