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All our Russian courses are available for adults aged 19 on 31 August 2017 and over only.

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Beginners Russian pt2 (A1)

This course continues to introduce the Russian language and culture. You will further develop your vocabulary to hold simple conversations, ask and answer questions on a range of topics. You will also develop your recognition and practice of the Cyrillic script. On completion of this course, you can progress onto Beginners Russian pt 3 (A1).

Beginners Russian pt3 (A1)

This course continues to introduce the Russian language and culture. You will expand your vocabulary to hold more in-depth conversations, including use and understanding of past and future tenses. You will also develop your knowledge of the Russian alphabet and writing system. On completion of this course, you can progress onto Beginners Plus Russian pt 1 (A1+).

Beginners Plus Russian pt1 (A1+)

A class for improvers in the Russian language and culture. You will work on basic sentence structures, and develop both your speaking skills and your ability to read the Cyrillic script (including simple literary texts). On completion of this course, you can progress onto Beginners Plus Russian pt 2 (A1+).

Beginners Plus Russian pt2 (A1+)

Suitable for improvers in the Russian language, this lively communicative course builds on previous vocabulary and grammar to enable you to deal with more practical topics verbally and in writing, including expressing likes and dislikes, travelling and giving opinions. On completion of this course, you can progress onto Beginners Plus Russian pt 3 (A1+).

Beginners Plus Russian pt3 (A1+)

Suitable for improvers in the Russian language, this lively communicative course is designed to empower learners to develop confidence of speech by promoting topical discussions on several issues such safe travelling in Russia and sightseeing. Learners will work on a project sharing traditions and customs.