There are around 300 million Russian speakers in the world making it the most widely spoken Slavic language. Russian is also spoken in the Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan so if you know some Russian you are likely to be understood anywhere from Riga in Latvia to Belgrade in Serbia. If you know Russian it will help you learn other languages such as; Polish, Czech, Slovak, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian or Slovene.
Why learn Russian?
• To learn a few basic phrases before a holiday in Russia.
• To do business in Russia.
• To enhance a cultural interest in Russian history, literature or ballet.
• To communicate with Russian friends, family or colleagues.
• As a personal challenge – Russian is a unique language to learn!
Read our blog post, “Why learn Russian?” to find out why it really is an important language to learn.
How hard is Russian to learn?
Although most people think that Russian is a difficult language to learn, the good news is that it only has three tenses and the word order is more straightforward.
We are proud to be able to offer local face-to-face Russian lessons with a fully qualified and experienced Russian tutor as well as online Russian tuition over Skype.
Our Russian tutor is a native Russian speaker who is also fluent in English. She is a gifted teacher who loves sharing her love of the language and helping others learn it to communicate effectively. With her excellent interpersonal skills along with a good sense of humour she puts her clients at ease straight away making it the ideal learning environment to progress quickly and easily.
Find out more about our Russian tutor, Zarema Remnant from the blog post, “New Year, New Challenge – learn Russian!”
If you would like to find out more about learning Russian or to book a lesson contact us today on (01733) 573467 or 07870 699404.