6 Easy Avenues to Russian Language Immersion at Home

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You’re a savvy Russian learner.

You know that in order to achieve a high level of proficiency in Russian, you need to work hard.

You also know it’s a good idea for language learners to spend some time abroad.…

9 Lively Websites to Take Your Russian Learning for a Spin

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If you’re learning Russian, the internet is your playground.

Whether you’re looking for a recess from your normal Russian learning routine or just want to learn in the most entertaining way possible, Russian learning websites are a terrific playmate.

When …

Lifestyles of the Russian and Famous: 8 Popular Russian Singers You Should Know

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How’s your Russian pop culture checklist doing these days? Let’s take a look…

You’ve watched some movies in Russian? Check.

Exploded from the cuteness of popular Russian cartoons? Check (and still picking up the pieces).

Found a couple …

Breaking News: Russian Learners Gain Serious Benefits from Following Russian News

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Normally, you tune into the news to see what is happening in the world and in your local community.

And, perhaps most importantly, which celebrity couple just broke up.

But what if we told you the news could be so …

Upgrade Your Reading Skills with 8 Easy Russian Books

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When you decide to learn Russian, you need the right companion.

This is one role your dog can’t fill, unless your dog speaks perfect Russian.

You need the sort of companion that will nudge you along and keep your …

8 Awesome Movies for Russian Learners on Netflix

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Want to learn Russian without leaving home, or even getting out of bed?

Now you can.

Don’t want to make the commitment of paying for Russian online courses or purchasing Russian textbooks?

No problem!

Netflix may not seem like …

7 Renowned News Resources Russian Learners Should Know

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Are you ready to break away from your structured textbook with its predictable stories about Ivan and Irina going to the store to buy bread?

Why not learn from a more natural language source, like a Russian newspaper or radio …