Russian Course

Russian Language in Animated Videos. From the very beginning for English speakers

Russian grammar A1 for beginners: letters, gender, plural, verb, adjective, present, past & future with visual examples

In this Elementary Level you’ll learn:

– The Russian alphabet, sounds and reading rules;

– How to construct and understand basic texts in Russian;

– Russian grammar made easy;

– Russian adverbs, nouns, pronouns and genders;

– Russian present, past and future tenses;

– Adjectives, verbs and conjugations in animated example sentences;

The key to learning Russian language is to immerse yourself into it and its culture. Try to study a little each day even if you only learn one or two words a day. Learning Russian is no harder than learning other languages but the main difficulty is learning new grammar structures, such as gender and cases. But it worth it, because Russian is one of the world’s major languages: it is one of the six official United Nations languages and the 8th most spoken language in the world with a total of 260 million speakers. Moreover, Russian the official language of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and the unofficial lingua franca in Ukraine and many other former Soviet countries.

Moreover, this animated A1 Russian course designed Russian native speaker. In lessons, she tries to explain the most complicated aspects with fun giving visual examples. Animated cartoon characters will make you education process enjoyable and pleasant.

Don’t lose you time! Start watching the first lesson now!


Russian slang and phrases, abbreviations & informal speakingrussian slang phrasesInteresting slang words, phrases and abbreviations in messaging from native Russian language speaker. Русский сленг.

If you are already able to speak Russian, then congratulations! You are on a good way. Nevertheless, even if you are, you have probably been in situations with Russians, especially younger people, where you did not understand everything they said— because they were speaking too fast or simply because they were using Russian slang phrases. When learning a new language, we often tend to forget how important it is to include those in our vocabulary lists — instead we focus more on formal words or, in general, phrases that are less used in speaking, but more in writing.

If you want your Russian Language to sound cool, you definitely need to expand your vocabulary and incorporate slang into the vernacular. In our Russian Slang Course, we will concentrate on the most common Russian slang words that every advanced Russian learner must know.

Anyway, using Russian slang words will not only allow you to sound more natural but will also help you to understand songs, movies, and other types of entertainment. This is definitely not a complete list of all the Russian slang words, you may encounter while having conversations with Russians. However, in these five lessons, you will find the most widely used slang phrases, words and abbreviations. Try to sound like a native speaker! Good luck!

Russian slang course


The most common Russian verbs with cartoon video explanation

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Useful Russian verbs you need for everyday life with video exapmles from native Russian Language speaker

What are the most common Russian verbs? In this simple and fun course, I will show you the most common verbs, we use in everyday life. You need to know these (and you need to know them well!) if you want to become a fluent Russian speaker.

One of the usual mistakes when learning a foreign language is that the student has no priorities. All the unknown verbs get the same attention.

Actually, to communicate in Russian or in Russian speaking country you only need 100 verbs. These verbs are the most frequently used and can be defined using an algorithm that provides the ranking.

This Russian Language course will provide you with more than 100 verbs you have to learn first to get around when traveling or interacting with Russian speaking people.

It can be difficult to learn words by just looking at the definition. An easier way to learn is to hear it in a real sentence from Russian speaker. That is called “context,” and it gives your mind something to link the word to. Then when you are trying to remember the meaning, you can remember the whole sentence.

An even better way to learn these words is to see them used in this course. You will easily remember and understand these verbs when you see them in a funny cartoon video. Moreover, every word comes with an in-context definition, image, audio and example sentences.

Learn these words well, because they are so common you might be using them every time you speak Russian!