If you have already read our previous article about Russian idioms or learned some Russian, you know that Russian idioms can be very confusing. Today we will look at some popular Russian idioms about parts of the face: eyes, nose, and tongue. Some Russian teachers use them as a funny illustration of how the meaning
If you have already learned some Russian, you probably know that Russian idioms can be very confusing. Some Russian teachers try to avoid them, but these phrases are often used by native speakers, so it is useful to learn. Today we are going to look at the most popular Russian idioms that involve body parts:
In most of the Russian courses, the Russian Dative case is the one you learn in the first weeks when you start talking about age (- Сколько тебе лет? – Мне тридцать, а тебе?). In this article, we are going to talk about the main functions of the Dative case in Russian. Why is it
If you already started to learn Russian, you probably know that there are six cases in the Russian language. Accusative case, along with the Prepositional, by a lot of the Russian teachers is claimed to be one of the easiest cases and therefore is one of the first to learn. In this article, we are
If you want to learn Russian or already learning it, you should know that there are six cases in the Russian language. Prepositional by a lot of the Russian teachers is claimed to be one of the easiest cases. The reason for this suggestion lies in the name of it – it is used only
Dear Russian language students! We are pleased to announce our new media partnership with another important international project: “TruD” Russian as a Foreign Language Test! TruD Test is a dictation for those who are studying Russian as a foreign language. It is part of the well-known “Тотальный диктант” project designed for Russian speakers. The Russian
We are pleased to announce our new media partnership with St Petersburg State University in organizing the International Russian as Foreign Language Online Olympiad. This project has been created by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation. The Olympiad comprises two age categories: for participants between the ages of 12-16 and 17-30 years. Upon
Dear Russian students! Our new test is based on real examples and it is about Russian linking words. It is mainly designed for intermediate and advanced learners. Good luck!
Dear Russian learners! Have you ever studied Russian prefixed verbs? Today we have created a new fascinating grammar test on the Russian verb писать with prefixes. Good luck!
Dear students! We have created a new test on the Russian verb работать with prefixes. As well as the verb жить with prefixes, it is widely used in everyday speech. Good luck!