Your lessons on this site are fantastic. I have been learning Russia more or less for a year now. I am now able to understand quite a lot of Russian and write some Russian sentences although not in Cyrillic yet.
However, I do find it a bit confusing when another Russian word is given for an English word. For example, last week the work "Yest" was given for "To Eat" when the topic of "To Eat" had already been convered much earlier. I would think that it would be better to conver new vocabulary rather than introducing double-meanings. Also, this week, the word "Nasdrovye" was mentioned as "Your Welcome". I have learnt another word for "Your Welcome" - "Pazalsta" and I understand "Nasdrovye" to mean "Cheers". I feel that these beginners lessons should, at this stage, only use one word of Russian to one word of English or thereabouts.
Keep up the good work on your lessons though looking forward to the next one.