Category Archives: Learning Russian - Page 19

08 Jul
2014
The web and mobile phone app Lingua.ly offers the possibility to learn different kind of languages including Russian using a context-based approach. You can add your own words or predefined word-packages (different difficulty levels) to your account. Based on these words the app is looking for articles on the web and provides them to you. This ...
20 Jun
2014
And so, after five months, today is my last day working at Liden & Denz as the Editorial Assistant Intern. I’ve loved every moment working and studying here and am really sad to be leaving – even if I am ready to get back to England and drink proper tea! Thank you to everyone who ...
04 Jun
2014
St. Petersburg Practical Information: Getting a Haircut If you’ve been here for a long time and feel your hair is starting to look a bit untidy and really needs a haircut; or maybe you’re just desperate for a new style, don’t be afraid to visit a hair dresser here in St Petersburg! You may be ...
02 Jun
2014
The Liden & Denz Language Centres in St. Petersburg, Moscow and Riga have all been granted licenses to become the first telc examination centres for Russian in Russia and Latvia. Language tests by the Frankfurt/Germany based not-for-profit organisation are used in over 2000 examination centres spread across 20 countries. telc language tests are popular as ...
06 May
2014
Facts About TORFL (Тест по русскому языку как иностранному) You surely hear about the TOEFL and  IELTS, standardized test to assess your ability to use and understand the English language. In Russian, there is the same exam! Established since 1992, it is now mandatory to study in Russian universities. It is also possible that some ...
03 Feb
2014
One of the best things about studying Russian with Liden & Denz is the many options you have for your studies. However, one of the first and most important choices to make is in which city you would like to study. Liden & Denz has three centres in three different cities, each offering the same ...
27 Jan
2014
It has been a while since our last Russian language app review, but this week’s is one you won’t want to miss! As usual, the app is totally free on the iphone and will not only help you in Russia, but also just about anywhere you find yourself traveling to. The app is called iTranslate ...
19 Dec
2013
I have been focusing mostly on mobile apps for Russian learning, but I know for some people, this is not an option. So, this week I’m going to review a fantastic website appropriately named Master Russian. (www.masterrussian.com) The website is basically a massive collection of different Russian learning resources, complete with grammar explanations, exercises, word ...
11 Dec
2013
One common problem that arises with offline dictionary applications is that often times, the number of word and phrase entries are limited and sometimes, even seemingly basic words, are not available. Well, this week’s app might be able to solve some of those problems. The app is called Russian Dictionary + by iThinkdiff and once ...
04 Dec
2013
Its Wednesday and that means that it’s that time of the week to review another useful Russian language resource! This week I’d like to share with you the website of one of my former Russian professors. The site is http://www.professornolan.org/russian_grammar.html and the linked page in particular, focuses on Russian grammar. Although there are many such ...