The Russian language is becoming more popular in the world, and understanding it will open new perspectives and horizons to you. For example, you will be able to appreciate Russian literature and operas in their original language, and you can communicate more effectively as you travel across much of Asia and Europe.
You have already taken the first step on your journey by coming to my site. The second step is a no obligation, free trial lesson with me so we can learn more about each other. You can tell me your goals and needs for learning the Russian language, and I will explain my manner of teaching. And then we will embark on a fascinating voyage into the world of the Russian language and culture (because they are inextricably linked).
Hola! Me llamo Galiya y soy profesora del idioma Ruso. Me encanta el idioma Ruso y disfruto enseñarlo. Vivo en Astaná, la capital de Kazajstán. Me gusta de viajar y discubre nuevos lugares y conocer gente interesante.
Mis estudiantes dicen que Ruso es muy preciso, hermoso e interesante, pero muy difícil, y es así - aprender una lengua extranjera es muy difícil. Lo sé, porque recientemente empecé a aprender Español. Por eso entiendo los esfuerzos que enfrentan y puedo apoyarles a superarlos.
Estaría encantada de ayudarles a entender y amar mi idioma precioso.
I promise that it will not be boring, and if you really want to learn Russian language online, it can be easy. Lesson by lesson, we will go together through the wilds of the Russian grammar and levels, through the forest of rules, avoiding the traps of exceptions. I will always be close to you; I will help you and encourage you.
And gradually you will begin to understand the richness and beauty of the Russian language, its logic and structure. Then one morning you will just wake up and notice that you are thinking (and perhaps even dreaming!) in Russian!
My main focus is teaching YOU the Russian language, not teaching the RUSSIAN language to you, if that makes sense. I will not rush you. We will move at a pace which is comfortable to you. I use a variety of teaching materials to keep our lessons interesting and engaging.
I love teaching Russian because my students are all very different and interesting people. Each student is from a different part of the world, so I can learn about different countries, customs, traditions, and cultures from them. As I teach them Russian, they teach me about the world.
And when they begin to understand me, and then SPEAK in Russian, it is so amazing and exciting! It is like a small miracle, and I have been seeing this miracle with my students for the last 17 years!
If you want to start learning Russian online, but do not know how to start... if you have studied Russian and simply want to improve... or if you want to speak and read Russian perfectly, you have found the site you need!
Contact me and get started today!Espero sus mensajes con gran anticipación.
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Свидетельство УЦ МГУ о присвоении квалификации
"Преподаватель курсов русского языка для иностранных учащихся"
Certificate of Moscow State University
"Methods of teaching Russian As a Foreign Language"
For anyone who loves the Russian Language and Russian Literature, I offer the best works of Russian classical Literature in Russian and English Languages. Every two weeks I will post a new text for reading. Let's begin with the story of Anton Chekhov "The Wager". I hope it will be useful and interesting for you to read and understand the best masters of Russian literature.
А. П. ЧЕХОВ "ПАРИ"
Была темная, осенняя ночь. Старый банкир ходил у себя в кабинете из угла в угол и вспоминал, как пятнадцать лет тому назад, осенью, он давал вечер. На этом вечере было много умных людей и велись интересные разговоры. Между прочим говорили о смертной казни. Гости, среди которых было немало ученых и журналистов, в большинстве относились к смертной казни отрицательно.
It was a dark autumn night. The old banker paced up and down his study, thinking of the party he had given in the autumn fifteen years before. Many clever men had been at that party, and the conversation had been interesting. One of the subjects they had talked of was the death penalty. The guests, among whom were many learned men and several journalists, were mostly against capital punishment.