Tag Archives: Learning Russian in Russia - Page 7

19 Jan
2015
5 Interesting Russian Language Facts Russian language facts are not something you read about every day. Nevertheless, Russian is a very mysterious language for those who do not speak it. To a beginner, it can be both exciting and overwhelming because the alphabet is very unique, words are not pronounced how they are written, and it is ...
12 Dec
2014
More than four weeks in Petersburg – when I booked my stay here, I thought it would be quite a long time, I was afraid and at the same time excited of coming here: I was alone, with a knowledge of Russian language based almost on my memories at the university, but with a great will ...
26 Nov
2014
My telc exam I have just taken my telc exam at Liden & Denz, and thought that it would be a good opportunity to explain to fellow students what I got out of the classes and why it actually ended up being a far more rewarding experience than I originally expected. There are more than ...
25 Nov
2014
I have just taken my telc exam at Liden & Denz, and thought that it would be a good opportunity for me to explain to fellow students what I got out of the classes and why it actually ended up being a far more rewarding experience than I originally expected. It turns out that telc ...
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 ...
11 Apr
2014
In Russia this emerging class of young entrepreneurs has been dubbed Kreativi. They make up Russia’s urbanised, internet-using population that has embraced the globalised world, new Russia’s turbo-capitalism and have brought back a sense of urban dynamism to Russia’s major cities after the troubles of the 90’s. The Russian creative class has established itself in ...
14 Feb
2014
Katerina Mackova is a 31 year old Czech living here in Russia, after spending several years as an air hostess for Emirates Airlines. Here is her story: Why did you decide to come to Russia to study Russian? My husband came to Moscow originally to work, and after a year there we decided we’d fallen ...
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 ...
30 Jan
2014
If you have been lucky enough to visit Red Square already, you probably have noticed that almost the entire side of the Kremlin wall facing the square is guarded and off limits most of the time. Why you ask? Because besides the large “black box” located in front of the wall, known as Lenin’s Mausoleum ...
23 Jan
2014
  Edward Wingfield is an English student, studying French and Russian at the University of Oxford. Here is his story:  Why did you decide to come to Russia to study Russian? I’ve been studying Russian now since I was about 16 and I had a very charismatic teach from Russia who said that if we ...