№39 English Grammar & Vocabulary - strong and base adjectives - very tired, absolutely exhausted

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What are "base" and "strong" adjectives? Why should I know them? Well, you should in order to avoid a very common vocabulary mistake, connected with words like "very", "absolutely", "extremely"... Let's study some more English! ;)
 

#30 Russian alphabet - Щ: the sound and the letter

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Let's continue mastering the Russian alphabet - this time we will study the letter and the sound Щ! I will show you examples of how you should not pronounce it and teach you the correct way. Let's get started!
 

№38 English Idioms 3: ring a bell, bend over backwards, show true colors, world is your oyster

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5 more Idioms to boost your vocabulary! How about it? Study them! Use them! Love them! just like me :)
 
1. ring a bell
2. bend over backwards
3. show your true colors
4. the world is your oyster
5. pull yourself together
 

#29 Russian numerals 3: 20, 30, 40... - tens digit + unit digit - Russian numbers

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If you started learning Russian numbers and need to practise them and study some more - this lesson is perfect for you! We learn how to count from 20 to 100. Here you can also practise English numerals too! Stay tuned for more Russian and English videos!
 
 

№37 English: Which or That or Who? Relative clauses, complex sentences - Grammar, Syntax, Vocabulary

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"That" or "Which"? "Who" or "That"? Relative pronouns can be really confusing! In order not to make this kind of mistakes - let's take a closer look at them!
 

#28 Russian / English personal pronouns: я - I, ты - you, он - he, она - she, оно - it, мы - we...

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Personal pronouns are part and parcel of any language, so today we'll study their forms and in the lessons to come, we'll practise them so that you will use them without hesitation!
 

№36 English Vocabulary: Interjections 2 - oops, whoa, phew, shoo, shoot, huh

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This class is useful in terms of English and Russian! Every emotion and feeling should be interpreted correctly! And knowing foreign interjections helps us here a great deal! So let's study them! oops! whoa! phew! shoo! shoot! huh?!
 

#27 Christmas vocabulary - English + Russian: new year, santa claus, father frost, christmas tree...

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Happy New Year! Merry Christmas! My dear friends! Now you can congratulate your friends and family in English or in Russian! Surprise them! They'll enjoy it!
 

Sochi Olympic Games 1 - symbols: a polar bear, leopard, hare - Russia

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Let's talk about the Olympic Games in Sochi coming up! Today I will just boost your appetite a tittle and tell you about the symbols of this Olympic Games!
Study English and Russian with Antonia Romaker
 

#26 Russian Grammar: cases - nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental, prepositional

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Let's continue studying Russian grammar! This time I will tell you about Russian cases, as you know there are 6 of them and they are very important as Russian is a sythetic language. Stay tuned for more English and Russian videos!
 

№34 English Vocabulary 12: Idioms 2 - hold that thought, walk all over, half the battle, punch line

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We continue studying English Idioms! It is really exciting, so keep up!
Today we study:
1. hold that thought
2. walk all over smb
3. half the battle
4. the punch line
5. throw smth out of the window
 

#25 Russian Vocabulary: Goodbyes - до свидания, до встречи, увидимся, пока...

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Today we will study all different ways of saying "goodbye" in Russian and in English! So boost your vocabulary with your favourite teacher ;)
There are several ways to say goodbye in Russian and all these ways have different shades of meaning, so it's important to understand them all.
 

№33 English Vocabulary 11: Interjections - oh!, ah!, ouch!, yuck!, wow!, geez!..

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Understanding people's emotions is part and parcel of understanding people altogether!
oh!, ah!, ouch!, yuck!, wow!, geez!.. - there are so many of them! Let's take a look!
 

#24 Russian & English vocabulary - parts of face: eyes, lips - лицо: глаза, губы

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Let's learn some new vocabulary - parts of a face! It will be useful for those who study English and Russian! In this video my friend, Tanya, will help me, it will be a lot of fun! Study Russian with us, our dear friends!
 

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