Four weeks have gone by – goodbye to Aletta

goodbye to Aletta

Four weeks have gone by – goodbye to Aletta How fast time goes by… Feels like just yesterday that I arrived in Moscow, and now it is already time to say goodbye to the amazing Russian capital. Four weeks have gone by, and it is unbelievable that I have to return to my home country… Continue reading

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How to use imperfective aspect and perfective aspect?

imperfective and perfective

How to use imperfective aspect and perfective aspect? Here we are again, the imperfective aspect (несовершенный вид) and the perfective aspect (совершенный вид), another feared topic of Russian grammar. Studying Russian, you may have already realised that Russian language has a wide range of special features, which are difficult to understand. This week, we would… Continue reading

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Arkhip Kuindzhi’s exhibition at the State Tretyakov Gallery

Kuindzhi's exhibition

Russian culture has definitely given the world plenty of talented painters. Some of the painters are world famous, some of them are forgotten. For example, most of the icons were painted by unknown iconographers. Their icons can be admired in art collections and galleries. There are hundreds of famous Russian painters, for instance Arkhip Kuindzhi… Continue reading

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What makes Russian indefinite pronouns?

Russian indefinite pronouns

What makes Russian indefinite pronouns? The question about indefinite pronouns is definitely considered to be one of the most threatened topics of Russian grammar. Once you have started learning Russian, you may have already encountered this issue. But why are indefinite pronouns so difficult to understand? Indefinite pronouns are used to refer to indefinite or… Continue reading

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4 reasons to visit the GUM-Fair in Moscow

GUM-Fair

The Red Square is not only the largest and most recognized symbol of Moscow, but it is the heart of the city surrounded by the major sights of the Russian capital. Walking in the Red Square, you can admire the most important buildings of the city, such as the Kremlin, the State History Museum, the… Continue reading

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Hello post from Aletta, a new Hungarian intern in Moscow!

New Hungarian intern in Moscow

Привет всем! I am Aletta from Hungary, a new intern at Liden & Denz, Moscow, so please let me introduce myself shortly. I am currently studying to become a specialised translator in English and a specialised translator and interpreter in Russian at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. I have always put great emphasis… Continue reading

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