Student Ideas To Immerse Yourself In Russian Culture Want to learn to speak Russian? Do you have Russian in your blood, family living in Russia or perhaps a special friend who is a Russian native? Or perhaps you just love languages and feel that learning Russian is a good next challenge for you? The best […]
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How to Get the Most Out of Your Time in Russia “Russia has twelve different time zones just to weave its immense tapestry” - Sylvain Tesson It’s difficult to envisage a trip to Russia where you get to see everything. It’s the biggest country in the world, there’s a lot to do. Whether you’re going […]
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The Most Important Aspects of Russian Culture “The whole world recognizes Russia's cultural achievements. It is impossible to imagine the world culture without Russian culture, without our music and literature.” - Vladimir Putin When we talk about Russian culture, we also are referring to famous people like Chekhov and Tolstoy, as well Russian history, the […]
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The Guide to Teaching Russian “Once you stop learning, you start dying.” - Albert Einstein In England alone, there are 11.7 million children in primary schools and secondary schools. This is a lot of potential students to learn Russian. But teaching languages isn’t necessarily easy. As a private tutor, you’ll need to decide what kind of […]
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How to Learn Russian An anonymous wit once said, “A Western communist is someone who loves everything about Russia, aside from the idea of having to live there.” A breathtaking history, a very rich culture, and an influential role in world geopolitics: these are all general qualities we could attribute to Russia. The Russian language […]
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Everything you need to know before going to Russia Whether you’re hoping to discover the Russian countryside via the Transsiberian railway between Moscow and Vladivostok, or you’re hoping to dip into a bit of Russian culture in St Petersburg and Lake Baikal, it’s always best to do a bit of research before hopping on the […]
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All You Need to Know About Russian Language and Culture! Russia fascinates as much as it intrigues: the largest country on the planet, it spans two continents. The Russian Federation gifts its literature, its Russian architecture and its incomprehensible language to the interested Anglophone. However, deciphering Russian writing or Russian culture is not so complicated as it […]
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Our Advice for learning Russian The Russian language is spoken by more than 280 million people worldwide and for many is an intriguing language that mystifies and fascinates. It’s a relatively unpopular language among Americans, at least since the end of the cold war, and most students in high school today often choose to study […]
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Mastering the Russian Alphabet as a Russian Student "In language lies death or life. " Russian proverb Well, that sets the tone...now it is up to you to show us that you are full of vigor and vitality, ready to fight with all the difficulties that may arise on...the path to learning Russian! It's clear […]
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Best Learning Methods for the Russian Language Russian is spoken by 260 million speakers and is considered the third most complex language to learn according to the MosaLingua learning platform. So what are the best ways to learn to speak Russian like a local? How to Learn Russian on Your Own Are you lacking the […]
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How can you learn to speak the language of Tolstoy? Far from prejudices related to the former USSR – communism or the plains of snow of Siberia – the Russian language reigns as the master language among the Slavic languages of Eastern Europe. It's the official language in many different states, such as Belarus, Kazakhstan […]
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Learn Russian With a Russian Tutor
On Superprof, Russian teachers are at your disposal to help you discover the Russian language and the culture of Russia with private lessons adapted to your level.
Are you looking for a Russian tutor to introduce you to to the language or want to learn to read and write in Russian?
Do you want to improve your pronunciation or prepare for a trip to Russia?
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Learning Russian through Superprof will grant you the privilege of having a huge choice of experienced teachers, native speakers or graduates, or tutors studying Russian.
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Superprof gives you all the advice you need to start learning Russian and acquire a basic level of Russian so you can communicate with native speakers.
It is often said that learning Russian – grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation – is challenging because you will need to learn the Cyrillic alphabet and a new set of sounds.
Superprof Russain tutors are patient and will be happy to help you perfect your knowledge of their mother tongue or provide expert advice!
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Russian is an Important Language
A breathtaking history, a very rich culture, and an influential role in world geopolitics: these are all general qualities we could attribute to Russia.
The Russian language counts more than 280 million speakers, making it the 7th most spoken language on the planet, just ahead of French. In fact, 146.5 million people speak Russian as their mother tongue, and about just as many – 135 million – speak it as a second language.
Russian-speaking people are mainly found in Russia, but also in the former Soviet Socialist Republics which, for more than 70 years, had Russia imposed on them by successive Soviet leaders: Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, to the former Yugoslavia and the former GDR (East Germany), where Russian was taught in schools before the breakdown of the Soviet republic in 1991.
In fact, many European countries still use the Cyrillic alphabet for their national language, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Serbia, in Bulgaria, in Belarus, in Ukraine, and in the Baltic States.
In these countries, Russian and the Cyrillic alphabet is still important because of political forces of the 20th century. Moreover, Russian is still a lingua franca in the Caucasus and Asia Minor.
Russian comes from the Slavic languages and is one of the official languages of the UN. The Cyrillic alphabet is also the third official alphabet of the European Union after Latin and Greek since the accession of Bulgaria on 1 January 2007.
In any case, speaking Russian can be a considerable asset!