Learning and practicing new words for this lesson is going to be really easy! We all are in the kitchen at some point of our day. All you need to do is to print the list of the words in this lesson, go to your kitchen, make yourself a cup of tea or coffee, and learn these new Russian words right there in the kitchen. Is your cuppa ready? Let’s start! Read more…Keep Reading
Cooking season is coming up! Let’s start getting ready for it by learning the names of kitchen appliances and utensils in Russian. Even if you don’t cook, don’t worry – this lesson will still be very useful for you, in case you decide to holiday shop for your loved ones at a Russian store whether it’s in person or online. Read more…Keep Reading
Time flies so fast! It’s already almost the end of October – Halloween time! Smell of cinnamon and freshly-carved pumpkin, orange and black colored funny and scary decorations, dark mysterious shadows behind the window… Well, you get the idea!
I hope you have your costume ready for this Saturday and are ready to party. To get you prepared for the joyful celebration, let’s learn a few Halloween words and phrases in Russian! Read more…
Today we will continue working on your Russian pronunciation. To make things easier I decided to create a couple of lessons to show you how pronunciation of Russian vowels and consonants can change depending on their nature and their position in the word. In one of our previous lessons we’ve discussed pronunciation of the Russian vowels. Now you know that pronunciation of the vowels changes based on whether they are stressed or not. Today we will discuss pronunciation of the Russian consonants. Read more…Keep Reading
In our previous lessons you’ve learned about the names of fruits and berries, vegetables, bread, and even ice-cream in Russian, and today you will learn the names of the most popular dairy products in Russian.
I will also share with you a very easy milk cocktail recipe that you and your family can enjoy on a hot day. Read more…
It’s back to school time! If you are going back to school this season, I hope you are feeling refreshed after the long summer, and excited about your new studying term. I decided to dedicate today’s lesson to the back to school vocabulary in Russian to help you get into the season’s spirit. You’ve probably noticed that every store is preparing (or is already prepared) for the “back to school” season: tons of different notepads, colored pencils, pens, rulers, organizers are being displayed festively on the store shelves. Бери – не хочу! Read more…Keep Reading