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Not too expensive Russian course in Kiev

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├žakmak
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 Message 1 of 6
07 July 2015 at 5:34pm | IP Logged 
Hi to all,

Altghough this is my first post, I've been a loyal reader of this forum for a long
time(even before openning an account). I was wondering whether any forum members knew a
language school teaching russian language in kiev with a moderate price. I was checking
on the internet but the ones that I've come across seemed kind of tourist trap. I want to
continue and try to learn as much as possible in three months and that's why
price/quality ratio is really important since I have a limited budget.

Thanks in advance

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Serpent
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 Message 2 of 6
08 July 2015 at 12:30am | IP Logged 
Belarus should be cheaper than Ukraine ;)
Solfrid Cristina has gone to a language school in Kiev several times, but I don't know which one. You can search for her posts :)
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tarvos
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 Message 3 of 6
09 July 2015 at 5:02am | IP Logged 
You might need a visa though. For Belarus

Edited by tarvos on 09 July 2015 at 5:02am

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stelingo
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 Message 4 of 6
09 July 2015 at 8:53pm | IP Logged 
Don't think you'll find too many tourists learning Russian, so not sure what you mean by
tourist trap. Try Nova Mova. I studied there for 2 weeks a couple of years ago, and it's
a good school. It's also where Solfrid Cristina has studied several times and she loves
it. They are desperate for students at the moment, due to the political situation. I'm
always receiving emails from them with special offers.
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gogglehead
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 Message 5 of 6
13 July 2015 at 8:42pm | IP Logged 
I studied at Echo, it was cheap as chips. I was lucky enough to have the best teacher, however, another teacher in the school was apparently a total dragon and had many complaints about her.
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├žakmak
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 Message 6 of 6
21 July 2015 at 8:54pm | IP Logged 
Thanks guys for the replies and suggestions. I already started with "nova mova" and so
far so good. We will see what will become of it in the next three months.


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