Tag Archives: Learning Russian - Page 11

10 May
2016
Intern Introduction, Liden and Denz Spring 2016 – Maria As usual, this is an Intern Introduction from our Spring Intern 2016! Enjoy! Hello readers! I’m excited to join Liden & Denz as a Spring Intern: Blogger/Editorial Assistant for the next two months. I was born in Moscow, but left when I was very young and now ...
28 May
2015
Learning in Practice: Russian and Flashcards! When studying a foreign language one sooner or later must deal with the fact that one needs to learn, and memorize, a lot of new words. Earlier posts on this blog has dealt with websites such as memrise. Another method, probably one of the older, is the use of ...
05 Dec
2014
Russian Films As a Language Resource When I had just started learning Russian, I tried to think of ways that I could combine my pastime with my studies. I decided that the best way to do this was watch Russian films with subtitles, or films that I had already seen, but dubbed over in Russian. ...
14 Nov
2014
Quizlet – A Useful Resource for Russian Language Learning! Having recently become a member of Quizlet, I can really recommend it as a language resources app! It is one of the most popular sites for learning languages, and covers almost any subject that you can think of! Quizlet is an online community which offers a ...
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 ...
06 Nov
2013
This week’s app review isn’t exactly going to be an app review, but rather a website review, which also has a mobile app. The website (and corresponding app) is called spotted by locals and is one of the best St. Petersburg (or many other cities for that matter) guide out there. The website is essentially ...
23 Oct
2013
Today, I would like to highlight one of the applications (which I use on literally a daily basis) with this short review. The app is called simply “LEO” and is the corresponding app for the very useful and comprehensive website dict.leo.org.  I believe students of Russian (especially those who also know German) would find this ...
15 Oct
2013
This article will be the first of a weekly series in which I will review some of my favorite mobile apps and websites for studying Russian. To start it off, I would like to highlight a very useful app, which you can use with or without an internet connection and is completely free! The app ...