They Fought for Our Dreams
Dear Russian learners! This short episode of the film is dedicated to the Victory Day (a great holiday in Russia which is celebrated on May, 9th). As always, there are 6 missing words in this test, and you can write them in the YouTube comments. Good luck!
Dear Russian learners! Watch this short episode from a Soviet film “Большая перемена” (Big school-break). There are 6 missing words. Listen carefully and write them in the comments below.
How I Became Russian
Dear students Check out our new listening test based on the popular TV show “Как я стал русским” (How I became Russian). There are 6 missing words, as usual. ;)Listen carefully and write them in the comment section on YouTube.
Dear Russian learners!
Here is our new listening test! It’s from this lovely short film called “Пять минут” (5 minutes). There are 6 missing words again. )Listen carefully and write all the 6 words in the YouTube comments.
Dear Russian learners! Happy New Year! In this video, you will see a short episode from the lovely New Year fairytale called “Морозко” (Jack Frost). There are 6 missing words. Good luck!
Dear friends! The new listening test is out! This video is an episode from a lovely Soviet film called “Девчата” (‘Gals’). There are 6 missing words.Good luck!
Dear Russian students! Our new listening test is out! This video is a short episode from the popular Russian TV show “Evening Urgant”. There are 7 missing words. We hope you get all of them right!
Ivan Vasilyevich: Back to the Future
Dear Russian learners! Today we have creared a listening test based on the Soviet comedy ‘Ivan Vasilyevich: Back to the Future’. There are 6 missing words in the video. Good luck!
Listening test based on the Russian movie “Brother”
Dear friends! Watch our new video and do our new listening test! This episode is a dialogue between two characters of the well-known Russian film “Brother”. Good luck!
How I became Russian
Dear friends! Check your listening skills with our new test based on a popular Russian series “How I became Russian”. Good luck!