Word Lens… a useful application

Have you ever found yourself in a situation reading something in a foreign language and not unserstanding the meaning. So what are you doing? Most probably you will consult your dictionary, which nowadays lives somewhere in your phone. So you might launch your dictionary app. If it’s a latin based language it’s manageable, alltough you will… Continue reading

More

Difficulties when studying Russian

Dear students, Today I would like to share with you some of the challenges that you might find or have already found when you are in the learning process. To my personal point of view, the most difficult thing to learn is the declension of each word according with the grammar case; then comes the… Continue reading

More

Moscow Language Exchanges

For anyone learning a language abroad, it can be daunting to make new friends outside the classroom in order to improve your spoken level. In Moscow, there is an international community of people who meet weekly to practise different languages and meet new, interesting people from all corners of the globe. If you’re in Moscow… Continue reading

More

Student Story: My First Impressions of Moscow

First impressions

Student Story: My First Impressions of Moscow Firs impressions, and impressions in general, after traveling to Russia usually includes visiting a minimum of two cities, St.Petersburg and Moscow. Hopefully travelers will manage to see more of Russia, as St.Petersburg and Moscow only offer a very specific experience, however sometimes due to time, money, or visa… Continue reading

More

Liden & Denz live at the Moscow FM Breakfast Club

This week, Julia Voevodina and Walter Denz were guests at the Breakfast Club of the english speaking radio station Moscow FM, debating the various linguistic challenges Moscow expats are exposed to if they don’t master the Russian language. The discussion closed in on different learning strategies that might or might not work for Moscow expatriates… Continue reading

More

Liden & Denz Moscow : Caroline Steele

Meet Caroline Steele  (25 years old – USA) at Liden & Denz Moscow. What were you doing in the U.S.? I was born in California and then I moved to New York to study. Actually I have been in Moscow for a year. I got my master in New York in psychology and then I… Continue reading

More

Liden & Denz Moscow : Alexandre Braun

Meet Alexandre Braun (18 years old – Belgium) at Liden & Denz Moscow. What were you doing in the Belgium? Before coming here I finished high school and next year I will begin to study in university but I did not choose my speciality yet. I thought that maybe this year would help to find, but… Continue reading

More

Which city should you study Russian in??

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… Continue reading

More