Why should (Italian) students learn Russian at L&D

Why should (Italian) students come to learn Russian at L&D? Being already at the end of my second experience at Liden & Denz and having been both at the school of Moscow and St. Petersburg, here is my personal and totally impartial opinion about Russian lessons here. In this article you will find good reasons… Continue reading

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Crossing Paths in St. Petersburg – new interns at Liden & Denz

Louis: Hi Stacey, you’re also starting as an intern here at Liden & Denz, I was wondering how you first got interested in learning Russian, it’s such a unique language! Stacey: I graduated from my university with a degree in Foreign languages and decided to pick one to focus my career on. It’s a Goldilocks… Continue reading

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How to be a Hypochondriac in Russian

Confession number three: I might be a hypochondriac, or, in Russian, ипохондрик. At the first sign of a cold, I’m liable to convince myself that I’m about to die any variety of tragic deaths. When I first arrived in Russia I accidentally cut my toe on a piece of broken glass and spent a week… Continue reading

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Hello everyone!

Всем привет ! My name is Lauriane and I will be for the next 3 months an intern at Liden & Denz in St-Petersburg. This is my fifth time in St-Petersburg and my fourth time studying at Liden & Denz. As a student in Art History but mainly in Russian culture and language, it led me… Continue reading

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7 things to consider before you start studying Russian

Russisch Lernen

There are plenty of good reasons why you should start learning Russian as a foreign language. With a total number of 277 million Russian speakers, it is considered the world’s 5th most commonly spoken language. You might find it interesting to hear that only about one half of the total number of Russian speakers is… Continue reading

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