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Russian greetings and how to introduce yourself

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There are formal and informal forms in Russian language. The formal one you can use when you speak to the people older than you or someone you don’t know.   The example of the formal dialogue : Здравствуйте! (Hi!) Здравствуйте. (Hi) Как у Вас дела? (How are you?) Хорошо, спасибо, а у Вас? ( I […]

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Lingua ucraìna o укрaïнська мова (ukrajinśka mova)

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Sostantivo in ucraino Il sostantivo può avere tre generi (maschile, femminile, neutro). Di solito i sostantivi maschili finiscono in consonante (dura o molle), in -й o – о (вітер, музей, батько) e i sostantivi femminili finiscono in -a, -я (кісточка, подія). Sostantivi neutri terminati in -о, -е, -я (колесо, поле, життя). Due numeri (singolare, plurale) e sette casi: nominativo, genitivo, […]

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List of things Russian learners find surprising

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List of things Russian learners find surprising Every year more and more people all over the world start an exciting journey of learning Russian. That’s why I have put together a list of things Russian learners often find surprising or confusing, with explanations. 1) Forget about Soviet stereotypes! Russians almost never call each other товарищ […]

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Passau, Germany

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The city  on three rivers Passau’s unique location at the confluence of the three rivers Danube, Inn and Inz, has made the town a one of a kind cultural and artistic centre. Passau is located near the Austrian and Czech border. Passau was first mentioned as a Roman provincial town. In 1803 it became Bavarian […]

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In love with Montpellier

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Montpellier is in the Languedoc-Roussillon region, 10 kilometres inland from the Mediterranean. Montpellier has a reputable university, which has played a large part in the town itself, keeping it young and vibrant. It is quite a sizable town, with more than 250,000 inhabitants, and is said to be the fasting growing city in France.   […]