All the time we count something: how many months are left for the holidays, how much money we need to buy a new car, how many friends we are going to invite for a party, etc. The numbers are always present in our lives.
But even native Russian speakers have some problems, using numbers. So it's obvious that numbers is one of the most difficult topic in russian learning.
I offer you this course that will help you to learn russian numbers step by step from the begining to the most difficult part.
I will show you many examples of using numbers in real life. We will read schedule of students, prices in the supermarket, important days in the history of Russia, prices for the rent in Moscow and even poems, that are made just of numbers!
If you are beginner, you can subscribe to this course and learn basics: numbers 0 to 1000,000, how to ask "what time is it" and how to answer, how to ask "how old are you?" and how to answer, how to use ordinal numbers and so much more!
If you are intermediate student, I invite you to subscribe to this course, because you will find many useful information. You will learn, how to use numbers in different grammatical cases (Genitive, Acusative, Instrumental, Prepositive, Dative). You will learn how to say correctly dates in Russian (I know, that it's one of the most difficult topic). Also you will learn, how to tell the time in all possible ways.
This is what you will get:
Learn Russian numbers from 1 to 100 and practice it with me!
I will teach you some tongue-twisters and Russian idioms that contain numbers. I will ask you some questions in the end of the lesson.
Learn how to ask "What time is it?" and how to answer in all possible ways.
We will read timetable of a student and a Program Guide.
Learn numbers from 100 to 1000000. We will read prices of the supermarket in Moscow, prices of the rent and buying of the appartments in Moscow.
You will learn ordinal numbers. After this lesson you will be able to say, what date is it today and what day is your birthday.
You will learn how to say year in different forms. For example, "now is 1988", "in 1988", "18th of January of 1988". The numbers 1988 would have different endings. After this lesson, you will be able to say all the forms correctly.
Learn how to ask "How old are you?" and how to answer. We will read dates of birthday of different people and say, how old are they. Also we will see different Russian cities and tell, how old are these cities.
You will learn one weird rule of Russian grammar that will help you to count objects.
We will count a lot!
This lesson is for Intermediate level students. It's optional for beginners.
You will learn how we change the endings of the numbers in different cases.
We will practice numbers, reading the most important dates of Russian history.
We will read funny poems that have only numbers and nothing else!
Hello! My name is Ksenia. I'm from Russia. I have 6 years of experience in teaching Russian. I worked for official language school. Now I give lessons by Skype. I have taught children and adults, from beginner courses to advanced and business courses. I'm author of two courses of Russian for Spanish speakers. I have 27,000 subscribers in my video courses in YouTube. My students know that I always try to explain Russian in easy and fun way.