Russian in Dialogues Made Easy and Fun. Part 1.
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Russian in Dialogues Made Easy and Fun. Part 1.

"This course is specially designed to make your Russian study easy and fun."
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Created by Yana Sinayeva
Last updated 6/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • After completing the course you will be able to understand and use basic vocabulary and phrases on such topics as: Getting acquainted, Introducing others, At a market, At a café.
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Requirements
  • You will need any applications which can open .pdf, ,mp3 format files. You might also need a printer to print downloadable material with cards for new vocabulary and phrases.
Description

I’ve created this course for those who want to learn Russian without too much effort and time.

It consists of 24 lessons. Mind that this is just Part 1 and there are more parts to come.

What is in it for you as a beginner?

Well, first, you will learn basics using general and most useful vocabulary.

Second, the material you will use is presented in a simple and comprehensible way.

Third, your study will be enjoyable and fun.

And finally, some content is free.

Who is the target audience?
  • All people without prior Russian language knowledge.
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Curriculum For This Course
27 Lectures
01:07:10
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Getting acquainted.
8 Lectures 20:52

In this video you will learn:

-the aim of the course,

-how the course is organized;

-about study schedule;

-how to interact with me and more...

Preview 02:13

In this lesson you will learn:

- how to introduce yourself in Russian;

-formal and informal greetings;

-word stress;

-female and male Russian names;

-what patronimic is;

-full and short form of a first name;

-Russian family names.

Preview 01:35

Formal and informal introduction.
5 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-vowels;

-useful phrases.

Preview 02:16

Russian vowels.
5 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-what a sound is;

-all Russian sounds;

-most important spelling rules;

Preview 06:19

Russian sounds.
7 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-difference between a letter and a sound;

-all letters of the Russian alphabet;

-how to spell your first name and surname.

Preview 04:16

Russian letters.
8 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-how to get acquainted;

-most useful phrases.

Preview 04:13

Dialogues. Part 1. Getting acquainted.
9 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-information about main characters of the story;

-review on some information given in previous lessons;

Explanations to Dialogues. Part 1.
3 pages

How useful were the explanations?
10 questions

After listening to this lesson you will review all useful vocabulary for this section.

You can also print out the cards with the same words for better visual memorisation.

Preview 5 pages
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Introducing others.
6 Lectures 04:53

In this lesson you will learn:

-personal pronouns.

Pronouns.
00:56

Pronouns.
5 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-how to define animate and inanimate nouns;

-how to put questions to nouns.

What is it?/Who is it?
2 pages

What is it?/Who is it?
6 questions

In this lesson you’ll know how to:

- define gender of Russian nouns.

Gender of nouns.
2 pages

Gender of nouns.
7 questions

In this lesson you’ll learn how to:

- ask for translations to Russian or English;

- review expressions “This is my…”.

What is it in Russian?/What is it in English?
2 pages

What is it in Russian?/What is it in English?
8 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-how to introduce anothers in formal style;

-how to introduce others in informal style;

-greetings;

-how to express "my" in Russian;

-useful phrases on the topic.

Dialogues. Part 2. Introducing others.
03:57

Dialogues. Part 2. Introducing others.
9 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-different greetings depending on time of a day;

-review and additional explanations on the video.

Explanations to Dialogues. Part 2.
3 pages

How useful were the explanations?
10 questions
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At a market.
6 Lectures 07:12

In this lesson you will learn:

-fruits and vegetables.

Fruits and vegetables.
00:57

Fruits and vegetables.
5 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-how to define or make plural form of nouns;

-mail spelling rules.

Plural form of nouns.
02:01

Plural form of nouns.
6 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-Russian numbers from 1 to 29.

Numbers 1-29.
01:46

Numbers 1-29.
7 questions

In this lesson you’ll learn:

- how to ask about product price;

- useful phrases on shopping topic.

How much is… ?
2 pages

How much is… ?
8 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-useful phrases on the topic;

-how to make common questions on the topic.

Dialogues. Part 3. At a market.
02:28

Dialogues. Part 3. At a market.
9 questions

In this lesson you will:

-review useful phrases on the topic.

Explanations to Dialogues. Part 3.
1 page

How useful were the explanations?
10 questions
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At a café.
7 Lectures 12:13

In this lesson you will learn:

-how to say "yes or no";

-how to say "not ... but ...".

Yes/No.
01:11

Yes/No.
5 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-numbers from 10 to 100.

Numbers 10-100.
01:41

Numbers 10-100.
6 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-different froms of address to people;

-review expression "not ... but...".

Forms of address.
01:05

Forms of address.
7 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-all forms of possessive pronouns;

-some new words and expressions.

Possessive pronouns.
03:18

Possessive pronouns.
8 questions

In this lesson you will learn:

-useful phrases on the topic.

Dialogues. Part 4. At a café.
03:40

Dialogues. Part 4. At a café.
9 questions

In this lesson you will:

-learn some additional information on the topic;

-read detailed explanations to the video.

Explanations to Dialogues. Part 4.
2 pages

How useful were the explanations?
6 questions

In this lecture you will:

-rewiev what was covered in the course;

-learn about ways to continue your learning.

Concluding lecture
01:18
About the Instructor
Yana Sinayeva
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Russian Teacher

My name is Yana.

I am a certified Russian language teacher and the lead instructor of "Russian Club", which is a highly qualified language school based in Kiev, Ukraine.

I have been teaching Russian to foreigners for years at all levels.

I enjoy my job and my main goal is to make your study easy and fun!

Here is my detailed CV:

About myself

Date of birth: 11, May 1980

Married

Education

1998 - 2002 National Teachers’ Training University named after M. Dragomanov.

Bachelor’s degree in the Russian and English Languages and Foreign Literature (transferred). Diploma with honors

1997-1998 Kherson State Teachers’ Training University named after N. Krupskaya. Department of the Russian and English Languages and Foreign Literature

1995 -1997 College at Kherson State Teachers’ Training University named after N. Krupskaya. Foreign philology (English and Russian)

Additional trainings

June 2006 CAE, Certificate in Advanced English (ESOL) issued by the University of Cambridge

2000 -2002 European School of Correspondent Education. Certificate in Advanced Level of English (21 months)

Experience

2009 - present Head of “Russian Club” language school, teaching Russian as foreign language at all levels

December 2002 “International House” Language School (Kiev), as a teacher of Russian

- November 2012 foreigners (all levels)

February 2003 “SATO” Linguistic Center (Kiev), as a teacher of Business English (Upper Intermediate level)

- February 2004

May - July 2003 “The Eagle” Foreign Languages Center (Kiev), as a teacher of Russian for English speaking students (Beginner – Upper Intermediate levels)

January - April National Agrarian University (Kiev), as a teacher of Intensive 3-months

2003 course of English (Beginner- Intermediate levels)

2002-2003“Intellect” Lyceum (Kiev), as a teacher of English in the 9-10th grades

2000-2001“Alaris” Travel Company (Kiev), as a secretary-translator

10 years experience of teaching Russian for foreigners (all levels)

12 years experience of teaching English (Starter – Upper Intermediate)

Skills

Languages Ukrainian (native), Russian (native), English (fluent), French (basic level), Dutch (basic level)

PC Windows, Word, Internet, PowerPoint (advanced user), Adobe Photoshop

Fine Reader, Sound Forge etc.

Additional

Long-term practice of English with native speakers, trips to the

European Union countries. I provided excursions and translations

(written and oral) for foreign citizens (mainly citizens of the USA).

At my lessons I use contemporary textbooks and communicative method of teaching English and Russian in order to make the process of learning a foreign language interesting and efficient.

Personal traits

Responsible, hard-working, goal oriented, creative, communicative, flexible, looking for new streams in teaching. I enjoy my work and do my best to make lessons enjoyable and interesting for my students. I always ask for feedback and I am open to comments and critics about my teaching methods.