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Studies: Italian, Spanish, French
Message 73 of 7618 February 2016 at 5:10am | IP Logged
I'm Dutch and new to this forum! A few days ago, I've been looking into learning a new
language. My motor license is relatively close to being done and this is the primary
reason for me to learn Russian (beside the fun part ofcourse!). The goal is to master
Russian enough to read Cyrillic
script and to have a basic conversation.
Before finding this forum, I've been doing some research. It felt best to start of
with pronouncing Cyrillic script and starting to follow some basic YouTube classes
focusing words and basic phrases.
Get Assimil Russian ) it is good. Or you can start with Michel Thomas Russian course and then switch to Assimil ;-)
Edited by Enrico on 18 February 2016 at 5:12am
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Message 74 of 7618 February 2016 at 9:30am | IP Logged
I've been asking around and a friend of mine still has his Assimil. It looks like a very
good way to train indeed.
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Message 75 of 7604 November 2016 at 2:43pm | IP Logged
The last message is dated Feb. 18th.
Seems like 2016 isn't Russian language's best year in terms of new devotees
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Message 76 of 7626 July 2017 at 8:45am | IP Logged
I'm Danny and I study russian. I'll be moving to ukraine in one month to stay there for a
3 month period. before that i'd like to grab some basics.
I'm using Memrise already and am thinking how to add some grammar to that.. if someone