Russian - perfective and imperfective verbs, aspect - совершенный и несовершенный вид глаголы

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In this video we will start learning the difference between perfective and imperfective - what is the basic logic, how they are formed, how they are used in different tenses etc. It's an essential topic in Russian Grammar!
 

English: Bad vs Badly, adjectives and adverbs, good and well

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Differentiating 'bad' and 'badly' can make your life a living hell, if you are not sure about the basic difference between adjectives and adverbs and some additional peculiarities. So to avoid confusion let's study this issue ;)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

Russian - How can I get to... part 2 - Как мне пройти в... Asking and understanding the way

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This is part 2 of the video about asking the way in Russia. Here we will mainly talk about the possible answers and also play two more dialogues. It will be fun and super useful!
 
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

English phrasal verbs: get off + idioms - get off the ground, one's chest, on the right foot

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Phrasal verbs can sometimes get combined with idioms and we get very interesting phrases as the result. Today let us take a sneak peek at possible combinations with GET OFF.
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

#76 Russian New Year - how we kept this New Year + nine cliches for New Year, traditions

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One more class, devoted to the New Year! Here you will learn what basic traditions Russians follow during the New Year celebrations. Some of them are rather cliches than traditions, but it doesn't make them less interesting!
p.s. Merry Christmas!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№88 English idioms - red: roll out the red carpet, be in red, red eye, catch red-handed, see red

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Here are the idioms we are going to study:
1. Roll out the red carpet
2. Be in red
3. Red eye
4. Catch red-handed
5. Red tape
6. See red
7. Like a red rag to a bull
Enlarge your vocabulary and sound more like a native speaker! ;)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

#75 Russian New Year song with comments + CONTEST for a FREE CLASS - мандарин мне в рот

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My dear friends! Happy New Year! This is a little holiday treat for you - a Russian New Year song "мандарин мне в рот", which we explain and then sing with Tanya! It will be fun!
 
+ Here I announce my traditional contest for a free English or Russian class - to take part:
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3. Write an outstanding comment
RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THE 1ST OF FEBRUARY
 

№87 English Christmas vocabulary - idioms and phrases + Contest - free class!!!

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In this video we will talk about some Christmas idioms and phrases which are quite popular in English! Some of them include Christmas vocabulary but have nothing to do with the holiday. Merry Christmas!!! Happy New Year!!!
 
+ Here I announce my traditional contest for a free English or Russian class - to take part:
1. Like this video
2. Subscribe
3. Write an outstanding comment
RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THE 1ST OF FEBRUARY
 

#74 Russian culture - Russian Wedding traditions 1 - Buy out, русская свадьба, выкуп невесты

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Russian wedding is a very interesting one! We have some unusual traditions of ours and if you want to understand Russian more - you need to watch this video! It will be useful for almost all levels! So enjoy ;)
 
p.s. Sorry for being away, I had to deal with some health problems, now everything is ok and I'll get back on my feet and back in my schedule. Just need time. Soon, in a couple of days, I'll post the next English video! Love you, guys!
 

№86 English vocabulary: rise, raise, arise, erase 2 - what's the difference, how to choose

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This is part two of the video, devoted to the difference between 'rise' and 'raise', however in this video we will also take a look at another pair - 'arise' and 'erase'. All these four are very confusing! So let's make everything clear!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

#73 Russian Grammar - 3rd declension, nouns, cases, numbers

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And at last we have an opportunity to study the third declension of Russian nouns! Within this lesson we will talk about what nouns are included into this category, how they change their forms and also focus on some specifics. Time for some Russian grammar!
 
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№85 English: Job Interview, part 1 - Top 10 tips for a successful job interview

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Nowadays a job interview tends to turn into show with special effects, just one actor and several captious spectators. I will show you how to survive in such hostile environment and moreover get the job of your dreams! Let's get cracking!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

#72 Russian vocabulary and grammar - dates, what's the date: 12.11.2015; on the first of January

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Imagine that you asked out a Russian girl, but you can't say when you wanna meet her - on what day?... That would be a disaster! In order for this not to happen you know what you should do - viel Spaß!  :)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№84 English Grammar - Inversion with negative adverbials, little did she know, never has he tried

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In this video we will concentrate on inversion with negative adverbials, such as 'never', 'little', 'under no circumstances' and so on. This construction is more or less literary but still quite important for English learners! So let's dive in!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

#71 Russian ordinal numerals 2 - first, second, twentieth... - первый, второй, двадцатый...

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The first kiss, the second grade, the third place... so many things we need to count and give numbers to! So let's continue studying Russian ordinals! This time we'll start from 20 and go up to billions!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

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