Russian imperative mood, повелительное наклонение - part 2

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This is part 2 of 'Russian Imperative mood', here we will talk about a couple of more ways to ask somebody to do something for you. In addition we will practise this topic, so let's get started!
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English phrasal verbs - take after, take back, take down, take in

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Engish phrasal verbs can be a real pain in the ass! Oops, sorry :) Anyway, they can be really confusing and if you want to speak English fluently, you need to master them ;) Let's not TAKE these for granted!
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Russian - ты vs вы, отчество, Russian patronymic, Russian pronouns

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Many people who study Russian do not understand the difference between the Russian pronouns 'ты' and 'вы'. In this class I will try to explain it as clearly as possible and also will talk about the Russian patronymic!
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English sport idioms 1 - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, roll with the punches

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Sport idioms are quite popular in English and they are totally logical and fun! So let's study five of them - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, play hardball, roll with the punches.
+ English subtitles
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English vs Russian - Sex vocabulary with Philochko: part 2 - oral sex, masturbation

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18+ only! So at last I thought it was time to post the second part of this challenging video! Here we will scan through some phrases, which denote oral sex and masturbation. Keep your pants on, cause this is going to be a wild ride! :)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 
 
The short clip at the beginning is taken from the film "Türkisch für anfänger" - http://www.tfa-film.de/#/home
The short song clip is "The Way I Like It" by Mandy Capristo

English - a lot of, lots of, plenty of, a great deal of, a large number of

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Using phrases expressing quantities can be confusing sometimes, especially in terms of choosing th verb form - singula or plural, that's why this class is devoted to this type of expressions. Let's get to it!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

Women's day 2 - English vs Russian: women, men, relationships

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What is the defference between American women and Russian ones? What do Americans give to their wives on Womens day and what Russians do? Why an American man and a Russian woman is a perfect couple? Let's answer these questions with Antonia and Jacob!
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English vs Russian - Women's day, sweet names, sayings about women, восьмое марта

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Happy Women's Day! My friend Jacob will help me to tell you a little about different sweet names you can use to call your lover or you mom and sis. We will also talk about sayings in English and in Russian about women. It will be fun!!!
Study Russian and English weekly ;)
 

Phrasal verbs: get off + idioms 2 - get off one's chest/case/tail, get off high horse, get off with

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This is the second video, devoted to GET OFF idioms, here we'll talk about the following ones: get off one's high horse, get off one's back/case/tail, get off the hook, get off with somebody. Let's boost our vocabulary!
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Russian imperative mood, повелительное наклонение - part 1

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Knowing how to use imperative in a language is very important, as when you need help you should be able to ask for it. So let's study this essential topic. There will be two parts and in the second part we'll practise more!
Study Russian and English weekly ;)
 

English: other, the other, others, another

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This class is devoted to differentiating 'other' and 'another' as well as to common mistakes made by people who confuse these two little words. So it's high time we spelled it out!
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Russian food - cooking Russian pancakes, blini recipe, Russian cuisine, crepes, русские блины

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We put a lot of effort into this video and we hope that you will enjoy it! Here we show you how to cook Russian pancakes, giving all the information you need so that you could practise Russian and actually cook blinchiki yourself!
Study Russian and English weekly ;)
 

English Grammar - present and past participle + perfect participle, ing vs ed, doing and done

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This video might seem easy at first sight, but to tell you the truth it contains useful information for different levels, plus you can check yourself by doing the exercise at the end! So have a good English practice ;)
 

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