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Russian for English Speakers: Animals

Tweet An exercise for the Russian language learners who speak English. This one is about animals and their specific features. Learn Russian vocabulary and pronunciation.     About the Teacher: I’m Alexander. You can call me Alex but, please, not Al – it’s too short for my Russian ear and missing it could be very […]

Russian for English Speakers: Verb ИДТИ (Intermediate)

TweetIntermediate level exercise to practise using the verb of motion ИДТИ in future forms.     About the Teacher: I’m Alexander. You can call me Alex but, please, not Al – it’s too short for my Russian ear and missing it could be very embarrassing. If you wish to learn Russian from a native Russian, […]

Russian Vocabulary: Genders of Nouns

TweetRead the poem and you’ll surely not forget the genders of the nouns there. This is a fun way to remember the genders of nouns Play the audio below to listen to the Russian version: Vocabulary Extension Trough Genders of Noun Похоже, здесь баланс   It looks like it’s a balance here  Дружба – она. […]

Tunisian Arabic 101: Telephoning

TweetThe other day, I got hold of Kais from Tunisia and he was again generous of his time to share us some Tunisian Arabic conversational phrases. This time they are phrases and sentences used for telephone conversation. I am posting the first five (5) telephone conversation phrases and will post the other 5 next time. […]

Spanish Words: Masculine and Feminine

TweetWords in Spanish are masculine or feminine First rule (primera regla) A word that finish in “o” is :masculine. Examples: perro (dog) ; gato (cat), so you say : el perro, el gato.   A word that finish in “a” is femenine. Examples: casa (house) ; puerta (door), so you say: la casa, la puerta. […]

Russian: Car Rental

TweetHere are some conversational sentences which are useful for car rental agents and travelers to Russia. Hope these will come handy in your travel to Russia.   Remember: Bold letters are for word stress. Letter ё is always stressed. Listen as you read:   Hello, welcome to Russia. I’m a representative of MotoRent. My name’s […]

How to Make Plural Nouns in Spanish

TweetJust like in English, Spanish language has singular and plural forms of the nouns. It’s very easy to pluralized the nouns in Spanish. Here’s how to make plural in Spanish: a. Words finish in vowels, add “S” at the end of the word. Example: casa (house) – casas (houses) b. Words finish in consonants, you add […]

Business Russian: Expressing Confidence and Doubt

TweetHello, It’s Alexander again. As promised here are some business Russian expressions on Expressing Confidence or Doubt. Remember that red underlined letters in the expressions are stressed and Russian letter ё is always stressed. Listen to the audio below as you read:   Уверенность / Сомнения – Confidence / Doubt Да, это улучшит ситуацию. / […]

Spanish Words: Restaurants

TweetIt’s Pinkisol again bringing you some Spanish words to learn: Nuevas palabras ( new words): Hola – Hello Soy (your name) – I am (your name) Trabajo en un restaurante-  I work in a restaurant. El desayuno – breakfast Almuerzo – lunch Cena – dinner Watch the video and listen how to say those Spanish […]

Business Russian: Expressing Interest

TweetHello, It’s Alexander again. As promised here are some business Russian expressions on Expressing Interest. Remember that red underlined letters in the expressions are stressed and Russian letter ё is always stressed. Listen to the audio below as you read:    Высказать заинтересованность / Expressing interest Да, это интересно. — Yes, it’s interesting. Нас интересуют […]