Off topic: Russian language learning resources for beginners
Thread poster: Frances Bryce
Frances Bryce wrote:
I remember using the Malvern Language Guides which were specifically for exchange visits, when I used to do such things as a young person but they dont have anything for Russian. Obviously we can browse Amazon and the like but just thought someone on here might have the perfect answer.
I enjoy www.duolingo.com's and www.loecsen.comsince's learning steps are joyful and simple with a number of motivations for our advancement in specific languages. I review my Russian grammar through this site.
Go to Youtube and type in "basic Russian" - you will be amazed (or maybe not) at the vast amount of resources there. Most clips are not too long and cover pretty much what you are looking for.
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| Pimsleur and Rosetta Stone || Jan 6, 2016 |
Both of these are good. Pimsleur is much cheaper, audio-only, does not deal with reading and writing. Rosetta Stone is interactive and audio-visual, deals with listening, speaking, reading, writing.
I suggest you give Pimsleur a try for basic conversation.
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