Where to start? С чего начать?

The Russian alphabet ... is the first challenge that anyone who ambitiously decided to master this wonderful language has to face. Yes, I know, Russian letters look "strange", "cosmic", "like Chinese" (these are just a few of the most diplomatic responses to the Russian alphabet I have encountered.) Well, everyone has the right to have their own feelings. However, the first impression is not known ...

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Something for small / Для малышей

I am very happy to observe an increase in interest in children's materials. With the greater willingness I start to create materials for the youngest. The fact is that starting to learn a foreign language at an early age gives the best results. Learning basically goes along with learning the native language - the child learns and acquires new skills practically without ...

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Играем в слова / we play words

Undoubtedly, language games and activities are one of the most pleasant and effective forms of learning. Although it sounds a bit trivial and infantile, it is undeniable that games and fun in learning a language have many followers regardless of age, level of advancement or level of motivation. Element of competition, integration, motivation, looseness and effortless intellectual effort ...

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For the good start…

It is said that the first impression can not be made twice. It was this statement that guided me while creating this material. The first class is a key moment for both student and teacher, so it's worth thinking about how to intrigue, arouse curiosity and convince you that it's worth it. First of all - it is worth knowing the motivations of students to be able to direct the material in accordance with ...

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Как ругаться без мата? How to swear without swearing?

It would be extremely naïve to think that language learning should be based only on ethically and culturally high sources. Of course, the book-neutral style is the most appropriate direction, but let's face it ... Colloquial language, street language is also a real, lively and to some extent valuable source, from which it is also worth drawing. Maybe not entirely correct, no ...

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