Russian Start-Up. Online Lessons For Beginners

This course is designed for beginners, who have a busy life at work or at home, but want to use basic Russian in everyday conversations. It will allow you to enhance fluency and communication skills, learn phrases for everyday situations, improve your pronunciation and build up your basic vocabulary.

 

One-to-one or mini-group Russian classes.

60-minute or 80-minute language sessions.

From Beginner to Elementary level.

2 or 3 times per week recommended.

What Will I Get From This Course?


You will learn how to read and write in Cyrillic and sound like a real Russian with proper pronunciation.

You will be able to shop or travel with basic Russian and understand simple conversations.

You will orientate yourself in the city, read a map, and understand street signs and city advertisements.

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You will know how to use the most important elements of advanced Russian grammar in your everyday speech.

You will communicate with Russian people in the most typical situations at work, in the supermarket, in the street, at a restaurant, etc.

You will be able to tell about your everyday life, describe your lifestyle, hobbies, interests and plans for future.

You will feel comfortable in a Russian speaking environment without an interpreter or a phrasebook.

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You will be able to write short letters and SMS in Russian and express your opinions.


Course Overview


Course Duration

 

80 hours (Intensive Course) and 120 hours (Normal Course).



Working Language


The lessons are conducted in Russian. Introductory topics and difficult aspects of Russian grammar are explained in English.



Requirements


Students will require Internet connection, Skype and Adobe Reader.

Lesson Structure


  • Speaking

    Skill Level: 95%
  • Reading

    Skill Level: 45%
  • Listening

    Skill Level: 50%
  • Writing

    Skill Level: 30%
  • Grammar

    Skill Level: 70%
  • Vocabulary

    Skill Level: 80%

Course Structure

  • 1.Russian Alphabet & Phonetics

  • 15.Past Events & Routines

  • 2.Meeting People. Socializing

  • 16.Plans for the Future

  • 3.People and Their Jobs

  • 17.City Life. Going Out in the Evening

  • 4.Things people carry

  • 18.Money & Banking

  • 5.Family & Friends

  • 19.Safe Travel

  • 6.Food

  • 20.Accommodation

  • 7.Eating Out

  • 21.Buying Clothes

  • 8.Buying Food

  • 22.Hobbies & Interests

  • 9.Work & Daily Routines

  • 23.Holidays & Events

  • 10.Seasons & Weather

  • 24.Telephoning & Invitations

  • 11.Lifestyles

  • 25.Family Parties. Birthday

  • 12.In the Office. Communications

  • 26.Free Time Activities

  • 13.Countries & Cities

  • 27.Health

  • 14.Nationalities & Languages

  • 28.Feelings and emotions

  • 1. International Russian

  • 15. Past Events & Routines

  • 2. Greetings people. Russian names

  • 16. Plans for the Future. Life Changes

  • 3. People. Jobs

  • 17. Places. Entertainment. Transport. Directions

  • 4. Objects

  • 18. Money. In the Bank

  • 5. Family members

  • 19. Places to visit. Preparing a trip. On the train

  • 6. Food & Drinks. Fruit & Vegetables

  • 20. At the Hotel. Parts of a Flat. Furniture

  • 7. Meals. Places to Eat. Menus

  • 21. Clothes. Descriptions. Colors. Compliments

  • 8. Supermarket & Market. Money. Prices

  • 22. Movies. Theater. TV. Books. Sports & Games

  • 9. Daily Activities. Time. Days of the week. Schedule

  • 23. Holidays in Russia. Events

  • 10. Months. Seasons. Weather

  • 24. Telephoning. Invitations

  • 11. Lifestyles

  • 25. Gifts. Ages

  • 12. In the office. Office Supplies. Computer.

  • 26. Weekend Activities. Likes & Dislikes

  • 13. Countries. Cities

  • 27. Parts of the Body. Illnesses. Medical Treatment

  • 14. Nationalities. Languages

  • 28. Feelings & Emotions

  • 1. Russian Pronunciation and Spelling Rules. Word Stress. Intonation. Russian Word

  • 11. Talking about Past & Future. Past & Future forms of the verb БЫТЬ

  • 2. Russian Sentence. Word Order. Demonstratives. Negatives. Questions Words

  • 12. Modal Words: need, must, can, be able. Imperatives

  • 3.Introduction to Russian Case System. Declension of Singular Nouns. Conjunctions & Linking Words

  • 13. Verbs of Motion. Accusative Case with Verbs of Motion

  • 4.Russian Nouns. Nominative Case of Singular and Plural Nouns.

  • 14. Genitive Case of Singular Nouns. Absence. Possession.

  • 5.Animate and Inanimate Nouns. Genders

  • 15. Genitive Case with Verbs of Motion

  • 7. Personal and Possessive Pronouns. Showing Possession

  • 16. Instrumental Case of Singular Nouns. Showing how something is done

  • 8. Talking about Direct Objects. Accusative Case of Singular Nouns

  • 17. Reflexive Verbs with the Instrumental Case. Prepositions with Instrumental

  • 9. Russian Verbs. Present Tense. Infinitive. Verbs Conjugations

  • 18. Dative Case of Singular Nouns. Talking about Indirect Objects. Reflexive Verbs with Dative

  • 10. Prepositional Case of Singular Nouns. Talking about Location

  • 19. Nominative Case of Russian Adjectives

  • 20. Adverbs of Time, Place and Manner

  • 1. How to read, pronounce and write Russian words

  • 15. How to talk about past events and routines

  • 2. How to socialize with Russian people

  • 16. How to talk about your plans for the future

  • 3. How to talk about a person

  • 17.How to talk about places and transport

  • 4. How to ask and talk about objects

  • 18. How to talk about money and banking

  • 5. How to talk about your family and friends

  • 19. How to travel by train

  • 6. How to talk about meals. How to offer a drink

  • 20. How to find accommodation

  • 7. How to order food and drink. Making requests

  • 21. How to buy and describe clothes

  • 8. How to buy food, ask for prices and pay for things

  • 22. How to talk about your free time

  • 9. How to talk about your work and daily routines

  • 23. How to make a call. Arranging meetings

  • 10. How to talk about seasons, months and weather

  • 24. How to give gifts & toasts, write greetings

  • 11. How to talk about lifestyles

  • 25. How to talk about your likes and dislikes

  • 12. How to talk about things in your office

  • 26. How to describe illnesses & ask for medical advice

  • 13. How to ask where somebody lives

  • 27. How to talk about your feelings and emotions

  • 14. How to talk about nationalities & languages

  • 28. How to describe things and people

  • 1. Polite & Informal Language

  • 14. Russian Meals

  • 2. Meeting & Greeting

  • 15. Dining Etiquette

  • 3. Body Language

  • 16. Russian Currency

  • 4. Russian Names. Titles & Addressing People

  • 17. Public Transport & Private Taxi

  • 5. Russian Family

  • 18. Russian Holidays

  • 6. Relationships & Communication

  • 19. Hotel Assistance

  • 7. Russian Mentality

  • 20. Visiting Etiquette

  • 8. Russian Etiquette Tips

  • 21. Gift Giving Traditions

  • 9. Russian Cuisine & Food Fashions

  • 22. Paying compliments

  • 10. Russian Places to Eat

  • 23. Giving toasts

  • 11. Table Manners

  • 24. Russian Culture

  • 12. Shop Etiquette

  • 25. Russian Customs and Traditions

  • 13. Dress Etiquette

  • 26. Russian Men & Women

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What makes this course unique?


Native Teacher

You will take regular online lessons with a professional and experienced native Russian teacher.

Personalized training

You will have tailored e-learning program, which will help you to achieve your personal goals and needs.

Effective lessons

You will enjoy interactive and sociable lessons that use modern and communication-centered activities.

Real-Life Russian

You will learn how to speak Russian that natives use in real conversations and be immersed in the language right from the start.

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Cultural Awareness

You will get acquainted with culture tips, traditions and etiquette for different life situations.

Modern Educational Resources

All educational materials are FREE and provided by your teacher during a class.

 

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