Learning That Will Draw You In: 7 Sources of Russian Comics

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Kapow!

Kaboom!

Wham!

To some, these exclamations may simply sound like fun and excitement.

But we’ll let you in on a little secret: While comics can be incredibly enjoyable to read, they can also be a great tool for 

7 Sweet Sites to Find the Russian Tutor Who’s Right for You

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Even the best athletes sometimes need an assist.

After all, it’s hard to dribble a ball from one end of the court to the other and make the game-winning shot all by yourself.

The same is true of learning Russian.…

Russian Alphabet Songs: 8 Tunes for Your Russian ABCs

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Growing up, learning your ABCs seemed epically important.

Not to mention fun!

Sure, the alphabet song may have tricked you into thinking el-em-en-oh-pee and and were letters, but chances are that it brought you more success than embarrassment.

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Stream Russian Movies All Day with 3 Accessible Options

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Who doesn’t love a great “buy one, get one free” sale?

The opportunity to acquire two brand-new things while only paying for one will get most of us through the door of a store.

However, we shouldn’t just think of …

How to Pronounce Russian Words: The Whiz Kid Guide

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Who doesn’t love a cute toddler?

Their chubby cheeks and little toes are simply adorable!

Anyone who has been around one can also attest to the frustration of trying to understand them when they speak.

When “wa-wa” means water and …

The Best TV for Russian Learners via 5 Handy Android Apps

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Who isn’t a little addicted to television?

We get it. It’s okay.

We understand the weird anxiety that bubbles up when you finish a series in its entirety and the satisfying joy of finally coming home to your favorite streaming …

Russian Dialogues for Beginners: 8 Everyday Chitchat Sources

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What’s your name?

How are you?

What would you like to eat?

Phrases like these are so common that you probably think nothing of them in your native language.

They’re second nature, just like breathing, sleeping and placing your Starbucks …