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Saturday, April 21, 2018

5 Interesting Facts about Russian Girls | Listening Practice

Listening Practice Lesson in Russian (normal speed): 5 Interesting Facts about Russian Girls (or Women) from Ru-Land Club!



1) Why are they so beautiful?

2) Why are they so good housewives?

3) What kind of men do they prefer?

4) What is the average level of English among Russian women?

5) How do they find the balance between career and relationships?



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Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Verb ИГРАТЬ in Russian. Играть НА vs Играть В. Russian for beginners

Learn how to speak about playing musical instruments or any kind of games from our new Russian video lesson for beginners!

ИГРАТЬ В  vs  ИГРАТЬ НА in Russian!



Friday, March 30, 2018

The scariest story in Russian Literature!

A new Russian Literature lesson from Ru-Land! This time we speak about the scariest story in Russian literature! It was written by famous author Nikolay Gogol and it is called "Vij" (ВИЙ). In this video, I will tell you a bit about the story and its TV adaptations ;)

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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

12 Common Russian Idioms about TONGUE

We continue to speak about Russian Idioms, and today we will focus on idioms about tongue!

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Friday, March 23, 2018

15 Common Russian Idioms about EYES

Learn popular Russian idioms with Ru-Land Club! 15 common idioms about eyes in Russian! Hurry up to watch, like and share! And don't forget to subscribe our Instagram @ru_land_club :)



Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Telephone Russian: Telephone Etiquette in Business | Business Russian Le...

Business Russian Video Lesson for Intermediate and Advanced learners from Ru-Land Club.

Telephone Etiquette in Russian. Russian phrases for telephone calls.



Monday, March 19, 2018

When to omit ЕСТЬ in the structure I HAVE in Russian? And why I HAVE and...

How to say "I have something" in Russian? Why are the structures "I have" and "У меня есть" not equal? When can we omit the verb "есть" in Russian? Find it out from this video lesson from Ru-Land Club!



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