Online Russian Summer School

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Online summer school «Modern Russian language 2020»

Moscow Region State University invites you to take part in Online summer school «Modern Russian language 2020», which is going to be held from 6 to 26 July, 2020 and from 3 to 22 August, 2020. 
Closed borders and quarantine are not a reason to refuse the opportunity to improve your knowledge of the Russian language. And if you were just going to study it, now’s the time to start!

Free app to study Russian language Talk2Russia

Dear friends and Russian language learners! 

Let me tell you about the new app to study Russian language. 

The International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature, with the support of the Ministry for Education of the Russian Federation, has released a free mobile application for learning Russian as a foreign language.

10 Soviet movies that everyone should watch

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Russians are just crazy in love with these films and consider them to be golden classics of cinematography.

 If you want to understand Russia better, don't miss them.

Here you will find  TOP- 10 Soviet movies that everyone should watch (with subtitles)

10 Russian fast foods that will make you forget about McDonald’s

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If you don’t think there is anything better than deep-fried chicken nuggets, this article will prove you wrong!

Be honest, what do you think of when you think of fast food? Maybe you imagine tender, juicy hamburgers with a side of crispy onion rings.

Once you try Russian fast food, however, you’ll never want to eat anything else.

How to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Russian



New Year and Christmas - its time to be hopeful, have new dreams and make some new resolutions for the new year in your life. Its time to connect with each other and make new year wishes. Its time to move on and embrace what’s new. 

New year means a lot of new dreams and new achievements. 

How to say Happy New Year and Merry Christmas in Russian

How to address a Russian if you don't know their name

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Even if you are an introverted kind of person and don’t really like to talk to strangers, you may still have to approach someone you don’t know in Russia.
Just imagine yourself standing confused in the Moscow metro, not sure where to go and what to do in this giant network of complex Russian names and crowds of people - desperately needing someone to help. You see an unsmiling tough Russian guy standing nearby - how would you address him or any other Russian for that matter?

Sharlotka: Russian apple pie +video

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Looking for an effortless apple cake? Try Russia’s most popular dessert and you’ll always have your go-to recipe.
This simple dessert is known to everyone in Russia, but it actually originated in Britain in the 18th century and was known as “Charlotte”. This apple bread pudding was first invented by peasants, but the Russian version of “Charlotte” was invented in London at the beginning of the 19th century by French chef Marie-Antoine Carême, who was in the service of Russian Czar Alexander I. Later, this recipe became so popular that it was simplified from having Bavarian cream and savoiardi cookies to being an easy-to-prepare pie with biscuit and apples. Even the name was modified to “Sharlotka”.

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