Tag Archives: Learning Russian in Russia. Liden & Denz

29 Aug
2019
Всем привет! My Name is Patricia and I am a university student from Austria. I have just finished the first year of my master’s degree in history focusing on economic and social history at the University of Vienna. Besides that, I am also about to finish my bachelor’s degree in Slavonic Studies, focusing on Russian. ...
20 Feb
2019
Let me just Yandex that-Russian search engine Like most of you, I had never heard of Yandex (Яндекс) before coming to Russia. I knew that Yahoo used to be the big thing before Google. But Yandex? No, never heard of it. So obviously it shocked me a little bit when I found out that about ...
15 Feb
2019
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 ...
30 Oct
2018
10 unconventional ways to improve your Russian Поздравляю! Reading this article, you either are or would like to learn the Russian language. This can be quite a challenge and with many hours of classes and self-study one can quickly find oneself considering giving up their new year’s resolution. But learning a language can be much ...
10 Oct
2018
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 ...
17 Sep
2018
Hello everybody, My name is Valentina, I’m 24 and I come from Milan, in Italy, but I am currently based in Moscow, ready to start my experience as an intern at Liden & Denz. My biggest passions are travelling and learning languages, so I chose to study foreign languages at the university and now I’m ...
22 Aug
2018
It is no secret that learning a foreign language is very challenging. It is also no surprise that the only way to improve is to practise practise practise. Most of the time language-learners will make numerous mistakes while speaking, and while I’d like to be able to say usually they aren’t detrimental to communication, some ...
05 Jul
2018
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 ...
18 Aug
2017
До свидания Rina! It is sadly time to bid farewell to another one of our great interns. Rina is on her way back to Canada, so I asked her a few questions to find out about her time in Russia, working and studying at Liden & Denz. So, Rina, tell me a little bit about ...
13 Jul
2017
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 ...