Welcome to 'Russian in graphics'!
Most of us want to learn a new language to be able to make new friends and communicate with them easily. In our daily life “to communicate” means to ask simple, mostly short questions, and provide answers to those. All you need to know is vocabulary + grammar, which will give you freedom of expression; however, that freedom can only happen if you know how to apply vocabulary and grammar. That is why I designed my course in such a way that you will be learning bits of grammar via dialogues on a specific vocabulary topic. This method optimizes the time you spend, and the skills and vocabulary you gain after each lesson. Finally, you will be able to create your own dialogues, which is one of the most pleasant aspects of language learning.
Please, don't undermine the importance of your Russian accent, which must be good enough to be easily understood by native Russian speakers. The fact is that Russian doesn't sound the same as it's written! So, if your plan is to learn just Russian LETTERS, please, change that mindset immediately! Letters will help you just to read signs in the streets, but not to properly pronounce Russian words and phrases. Please, go through Section 10 in the course, spend 2-3 hours in total watching engaging video lessons, and feel confident enough while talking to your Russian friends.
Hope to see you soon in the class!
You will learn how to read and properly pronounce letters М, Т, Д, К, Н, В, С, Л, in combination with vowels А, О, У, Э, Ы
You will learn how to read and properly pronounce letters П, Р, Б, Г, З, Ф, Х in combination with vowels А, О, У, Э, Ы
You will learn about word stress in Russian and pronunciation of stressed and unstressed "О"
You will learn how to distinguish between hard and soft consonants.
You will learn how to pronounce 'Е" in combination with consonants.
You will learn usage of soft and hard signs .
You will learn pronunciation of Й, Ч, Щ.
You will learn pronunciation of Ж, Ш, Ц.
You will learn how to introduce yourself in formal and informal situations.
Personal pronouns in Nominative case. Occupations.
You will learn how to introduce your family members. Possessive pronouns in Nominative case.
Use personal pronoun according to the masculine, feminine or plural form of the noun.
You will learn how to make basic Russian sentence and learn about basic intonation patterns of Russian language.
You will learn how to define gender of Russian noun.
Use pronouns ОН/ ОНА /ОНО to indicate gender of the noun.
Determine gender of the noun: masculine or feminine?
You will learn plural endings of the noun.
Put nouns into the plural form.
You will learn how to ask and tell about an event that you are planning to attend.
You will learn how to tell time of a day and invite friends to an event.
You will learn how to describe an object that you like.
You will learn names of seasons and months in Russian and will know how to talk about the weather.
You will learn names of basic food and simple phrases that we use in supermarket.
You will learn names of clothes in Russian and practice numbers starting from 100...
You will learn how to ask and tell exact and approximate time of a day.
You will learn how to ask and tell the time of a specific event.
You will learn names of personal items and how to express location in Russian using the rule of Prepositional case of the noun.
Put nouns into the Prepositional case.
You will learn how to choose the right preposition В or НА according to the name of location.
Choose appropriate preposition В or НА for the noun in prepositional case.
You will learn names of some countries and cities; conjugation of verb 'жить' and how to ask and tell where you live.
Choose the right form of the verb.
You will practice to tell about a location of a workplace using names of countries and cities.
Choose the right form of the verb.
You will learn question how to participate in simple dialogues in coffee shop or restaurant.
You will practice reading of letter 'O' in stressed and unstressed positions.
You will learn how to pronounce 'И" in combination with consonants.
You will learn how to pronounce 'Я" in stressed and unstressed position in combination with consonants.
You will learn pronunciation of Е, Ё, И, Я, Ю at the beginning of the word, with vowels, after 'Ь' and 'Ъ'.
You will learn about voiced and voiceless consonants of Russian language and pronunciation of voiced consonants at the end of the word.
You will learn pronunciation of consonant clusters: ЧТ, ЧН, СЧ, ТСЯ, ТЬСЯ.
You will learn pronunciation of consonant clusters: ТЧ, ЖЧ, ЗЧ, ЗЖ, ДЦ, СШ, ГК ,СТН.
You will learn how to pronounce voiceless and voiced consonants if they stay next to each other.
You will learn pronunciation of voiceless consonants that stay before voiced 'В'.
You will learn how to pronounce voiced and voiceless consonants if they stay next to each other.
Hello! My name is Yulia. I'm a native Russian speaker Originaly I'm from Moscow. I'm fluent in Turkish and English. I have the Bachelor Degree in English Philology (Ege University, Turkey) and Master's Degree in Teaching Russian as Foreign language (The People's Friendship University of Russia, Moscow). I'm currently working as a Russian language instructor at Turkish university. Creating interactive learning materials and developing methodology of teaching Russian as foreign language have been the main areas of my professional interest.
Hello! My name is Boguś. I'm a consultant of the "Russian in graphics" course.
I hold a PhD in Linguistics. My areas of research include Translation Studies, lexicography and Russian accentology. I'm also a simultaneous interpreter of Russian and Polish languages.