IMG_4055I know, I’m lucky, Russian – is my mother tongue, and I didn’t have to go through the studying nightmare you are probably going through…

I did have to learn a foreign language – English and I loved it! From personal experience I know that learning a new language can be challenging.

What makes learning Russian even more difficult is its own alphabetical system – Cyrillic, that is different from the languages that use Latin or Roman alphabet. This is why it may seem easier to any English speaker to learn any roman language, French, for example, than Russian.

However, I do believe that learning a foreign language doesn’t need to be boring. It can be fun! This is why I am starting this blog – to make learning Russian fun and easy for you.

The good news is that it is possible to learn to speak and write in Russian fluently. Remember Theodor Roosvelt’s saying: “With self-discipline most anything is possible”? Well, it is true. All you need to do is believe in your success and do your best to achieve your goal, and trust me, with that attitude learning Russian will be a piece of cake! 🙂

Why Me?

I love teaching! I teach Russian online at www.FunRussian.com and I regularly publish videos on my YouTube channel teaching Russian grammar, vocabulary and Russian slang and idioms. It’s something I truly love and find very rewarding.

Want to join my free conversational Russian lesson? Sign up here. It’s a web class and it’s free!

You can also get a copy of my three favorite free ebooks: 

  1. Everyday Conversational Russian Words and Phrases
  2. 10 Russian Slang Words You Absolutely Must Know
  3. Romantic Russian Words & Phrases

I would be happy to hear from you, so if you have any questions or suggestions, you can always leave your comments, email me, or connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus, and Pinterest.

I wish you success from the bottom of my heart! Want to share your Fun Russian success story? Send me an email



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