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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Difference between РАЗВЕ and НЕУЖЕЛИ in Russian. How to ask "REALLY?!" ...

How to express surprise, interest, mistrust, doubt or even irony in Russian: watch our new video lesson to find it out! ;)





Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Meet Jeffrey: an American speaks about Russian language and Ukraine

We've had a great day today! Why? Because it is a holiday for us, when our students come to visit us in Kyiv! And today our guest was Jeffrey from USA! 🇺🇸
11 kilometers, many new places, wonderful views - this is what was our day like! 🕍
Thank you, Jeffrey, that he was so kind to give us a small interview! Welcome to watch! 🎤



Friday, August 11, 2017

Conjunctive (Subjunctive) mood in Russian. Сослагательное наклонение

Ready for a new Russian grammar lesson? Today we will speak about Russian Conjunctive mood! Don't forget to make some notes ;)



Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Russian pattern: "I managed to do something!"

Did you manage to watch our new lesson about how to say in Russian "I managed to do something"?? :)



Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Difference: умереть - погибнуть - убить. Phrases connected to Death in R...

New vocabulary in Russian, sad topic, but useful words, especially for the fans of detective stories :)

Monday, July 31, 2017

Russian Live Webinar Course "How to become a Great Language Learner"

Do you want to know the most efficient and modern methods of learning the Russian language?
Then hurry up to sign our Live Webinar Course "How to become a Great Language Learner"!

We begin on Saturday, August 5th!
All details are here:
https://www.ru-land.club/great-language-learner-course

Having questions? Send them here: ruland.club@gmail.com
We will answer asap! :)






Kindly,
Nika Minchenko,
Founder of Ru-Land Club

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

What is your level of Russian language proficiency?

Do you know your current level of proficiency in Russian language? Watch our new video and easily define what level you are at! :)

Write your level to comments, let's see students of which level are the most active!



Thursday, July 20, 2017

Conditional mood in Russian. Условное наклонение в русском языке. Easy R...

Time for learning the Conditional mood in Russian! How to use words ЕСЛИ and БЫ in Russian? Watch our new video and make the task in the end. You will see how easy it is! ;)



Monday, July 17, 2017

Hotel phrases in Russian: service, booking, complaining, renting





New video lesson with Phrases for Travelers from our awesome teacher Vera!

Leran prhrases, that may help you in Hotel! :) Share with Friends! :) Good luck!

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Difference: БЕСПЛАТНЫЙ - СВОБОДНЫЙ ("free" in Russian)

If you still confuse "свободный и бесплатный" in Russian, watch this short and easy video to remember the difference forever! Don't forget to give us Thumb Up ;)



Friday, July 7, 2017

Imperative mood in Russian. Повелительное наклонение глагола в русском я...

We cannot live without asking somebody about something or, sometimes, even ordering somethig to somebody... Learn how to do it in Russian! The only thing you need is an Imperative mood, and we've made the easy video for you about it! Hurry up to watch! 



Sunday, May 21, 2017

TOP-5 practical tips: HOW TO LEARN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

Hi Friends! New video already at the channel! Hurry up to watch! 😃
Some links from the video:
HelloTalk App: http://brc.hellotalk.com/RuLandClub 
Vote for us: http://en.bab.la/news/top-100-language-youtube-2017-voting



Thursday, February 16, 2017

GREAT in Russian: ОГРОМНЫЙ - ВЕЛИКИЙ - ОТЛИЧНЫЙ?

New video 📹 lesson for our incredible followers: 

Find out how to use the word GREAT in Russian correctly.

Very short and easy, but useful lesson :)



Thursday, February 9, 2017

Verbs LEARN |TEACH | STUDY in Russian: УЧИТЬ - УЧИТЬСЯ - ОБУЧАТЬ - ОБУЧА...

One of the most confusing Russian verbs for beginners - to LEARN and its variants in the Russian language in our new video lesson!



#russianverbs #learn #rulandclub #whatsthedifference #russianlanguage



Sunday, February 5, 2017

Russian Literature: "The Master and Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov

Have you heard about famous Russian novel "The Master and Margarita"? This novel is covered by many secrets and full of mystery! Join incredible characters of the novel, fly above the Moscow with the witch, visit a coven and Devil's dance evening and the black magic session in the Moscow theatre!

Learn a little bit more about well-known Master and Margarita and the author of this novel - Mikhail Bulgakov. This video is just a very short review of the book, that (I hope) will inspire you to read this masterpiece of the Russian literature!



#themasterandmargarita #russianliterature #mikhailbulgakov #russian culture #russianlanguage #rulandclub



Thursday, February 2, 2017

КТО vs КОТОРЫЙ in Russian: which - that - who

One more "difference" lesson for my diligent viewers!

КТО-КОТОРЫЙ in Russian.



Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Everything about verb to LIKE in Russian: НРАВИТЬСЯ / ПОНРАВИТЬСЯ

The world is full of the things that we like or don't like, and our sympathy to different things and activities is something that we discuss all the time, that helps us to make important choices, that rules our lifestyle! Learn how to speak about your sympathy in Russian with our video lesson! Here you will learn all forms of the verb "to Like" and will find out its synonyms. Don't forget to press Like ;)



Monday, January 30, 2017

Russian tongue twister for sounds Ч and Р. Let's train Russian pronuncia...

Meet a lesson about Russian pronunciation from our incredible teacher Anna!

Try to say with us: В четверг четвёртого числа в четыре с четвертью часа четыре чёрненьких чумазеньких чертёнка чертили чёрными чернилами чертёж чрезвычайно чисто!

Also find out some information about Russian diminutive suffixes from this video!

Hurry up to watch and don't forget to press Thumb Up ;)



Thursday, January 26, 2017

Difference in Russian: ИМЯ or НАЗВАНИЕ (name)

"Имя" in Russian is "a name", then what is this "Название"?

Find out from a new lesson! :)

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Modal verb NEED in Russian: НУЖНО, НУЖЕН, НУЖНА, НУЖНЫ?

Do you know how to use NEED in Russian? Check yourself by watching Ru-Land new video lesson ;) Give your own examples!



Monday, January 16, 2017

Verb "to HAVE" in Russian. Lesson for beginners

Are you beginner? Do you know how to say in Russian "I have something" or "He has something"? If the first answer is YES and the second one is NO, this is a video FOR YOU! ;)







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