If you were following our course from the beginning, at this moment you probably can’t wait to start composing your first Russian sentences. In today’s lesson we’ll start doing just exactly that – we will learn to say there is and there are in Russian. Study the lesson »
For the past few lesson we have learned a lot of Russian pronouns: personal, demonstrative and posessive.
Today let’s practice to compose some simple Russian sentences using the pronouns and the words you’ve already learned: Study the lesson »
In the previous lessons we’ve already covered the personal and the demonstrative Russian pronouns. In this lesson we’ll learn how to say ‘my/mine’, ‘your/yours’ and so on – i.e. today we are learning Russian possessive pronouns. Study the lesson »
Continuing with the Russian grammar, today we move to the demonstrative pronouns. Study the lesson »
The verb ‘to be’ is the basic building brick in any language. Today we’ll learn the Russian verb ‘to be’. Study the lesson »
For the past nine lessons we have learned the Russian alphabet and pronunciation rules, as well as practiced to read some Russian words. Today we move over to the Russian grammar. First things first, let’s learn how to say ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘they’ etc. In other words, today’s lesson we dedicate to Russian personal pronouns. Study the lesson »
Russian accents (stress marks) is one of the most challenging things for every Russian student. Today we’ll talk about them and try to make the idea of the unpredictable Russian accents a little bit less stressful for you. Study the lesson »