Conversational Course

This Conversational Russian Course seeks to provide an intensive speaking immersion to students of all levels, starting from everyday situations and moving on to formal communication.

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A1 Level of Conversational Russian Course covers following topics:

  • How can I provide personal information about me and other people;
  • How can I describe some events in the past;
  • How can I give and receive a phone number and an address;
  • How can I describe my family;
  • How can I describe the weather;
  • How can I speak about my hobbies.

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[learn_more caption=”A2 Level (30 hours)”]
A2 Level of Conversational Russian Course covers following topics:

  • How can I describe my flat;
  • How can I order food in a restaurant;
  • How can I buy food in a supermarket;
  • How can I describe my daily routine;
  • How can I buy food;
  • How can I talk about date and time;
  • How can I describe my health;
  • How can I describe a person;
  • How can I describe basic emotions and states.

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[learn_more caption=”Level B1 (40 hours)”]
B1 Level of Conversational Russian Course covers following topics:

  • How can I ask the way;
  • How can I buy a metro ticket;
  • How can I buy a plane ticket;
  • How can I speak on the phone;
  • How can I book a room in a hotel;
  • How can I buy tickets to the theatre, cinema and circus;
  • How can I describe objects;
  • How can I describe a trip;
  • How can I speak with a doctor;
  • How can I buy medicines;
  • How can I send a letter or a parcel;
  • How can I describe natural phenomena;
  • How can I describe emotions and states in detail.

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[learn_more caption=”Level B2 (40 hours)”]
B2 Level of Conversational Russian Course covers following topics:

  • How can I handle a job interview;
  • How can I describe the school and university system in Russia and in my country;
  • How can I describe technical problems at home or in a hotel and ask for help;
  • How can I describe my favorite food and understand recipes;
  • How can I open a bank account;
  • How can I choose a tour in a tourist agency;
  • How can I give a detailed description of a person;
  • How can I describe computer problems and ask for help.

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[learn_more caption=”Level C1 (30 hours)”]
C1 Level of Conversational Russian Course covers following topics:

  • How can I describe a person, an object or a situation using some slang words and expressions (everyday Russian words and expressions and phraseology);
  • How can I describe and analyze a specific historical or a literature phenomenon;
  • How can I speak on the phone (advanced level);
  • How can I describe a business situation.

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[learn_more caption=”Level C2 (30 hours)”]
C2 Level of Conversational Russian Course covers following topics:

  • How can I describe and compare a political or an economic situation;
  • How can I give my opinion about different events and phenomena;
  • How can I organize a debate and participate in it.

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[learn_more caption=”Class materials used”]

  • Караванова Н.Б. Говорите правильно! – М.: Русский язык. Курсы, 2004;
  • Говорим по-русски без переводчика. – М.: Флинта, Наука, 2009;
  • Максимова А.Л. Месяц в России. – СПб: Златоуст, 2011;
  • Одинцова И.В. Что Вы сказали? – СПб: Златоуст, 2003;
  • Аннушкин В.И., Акишина А.А., Жаркова Т.Л. Знакомиться легко, расставаться трудно. – М.: Флинта-Наука, 2004;
  • Короткова О.Н., Одинцова И.В. Загадай желание. – СПб: Златоуст, 2006;
  • Попова Т., Юрков Е. Поговорим. – СПб: Златоуст, 2000;
  • Володина Г.И. А как об этом сказать? – М.: Русский язык, 2003;
  • Videos, texts and images from the Internet;
  • Blog materials: www.learnrussianweb.com.

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