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Learn the basics of Russian, simple words and phrases, in this podcast with Elvira from www.russianeasy.com. Find me on Twitter (@SpeakingRussian), Facebook and Pinterest.

Speaking Russian Elvira IVANOVA

    • Language Learning

Learn the basics of Russian, simple words and phrases, in this podcast with Elvira from www.russianeasy.com. Find me on Twitter (@SpeakingRussian), Facebook and Pinterest.

    Lesson 173.1. Russian Verbs. To START. Conjugation and examples.

    Lesson 173.1. Russian Verbs. To START. Conjugation and examples.

    Speaking Russian. Lesson 173.1. Russian Verbs. To START. Conjugation and examples. Check the words and phrases by following the link on www.russianeasy.com (173.1. НАЧИНАТЬ – to start).
    If you have any comments or suggestions you can write on our e-mail: speakingrussian@gmail.com

    • 4 min
    Lesson 173. How to propose a toast in Russian.

    Lesson 173. How to propose a toast in Russian.

    Speaking Russian. Lesson 173. How to propose a toast in Russian. Learn how to say in Russian: Cheers! To friendship! and more Check the words and phrases by following the link on www.russianeasy.com (173. Cheers!)
    If you have any comments or suggestions you can write on our e-mail: speakingrussian@gmail.com

    • 3 min
    Lesson 172.1. Russian Verbs. To BECOME. Conjugation and examples.

    Lesson 172.1. Russian Verbs. To BECOME. Conjugation and examples.

    Speaking Russian. Lesson 172.1. Russian Verbs. To BECOME. Conjugation and examples. Check the words and phrases by following the link on www.russianeasy.com (172.1. СТАТЬ – to become).
    If you have any comments or suggestions you can write on our e-mail: speakingrussian@gmail.com

    • 6 min
    Lesson 172. To the health of guests!

    Lesson 172. To the health of guests!

    Speaking Russian. Lesson 172. To the health of guests! Learn how to say in Russian: "Come and see us", "Come through, be my guest" and more. Check the words and phrases by following the link on www.russianeasy.com (172. To the health of guests!)
    If you have any comments or suggestions you can write on our e-mail: speakingrussian@gmail.com

    • 5 min
    Lesson 171.1. Russian Verbs. To HAVE. Conjugation and examples.

    Lesson 171.1. Russian Verbs. To HAVE. Conjugation and examples.

    Speaking Russian. Lesson 171.1. Russian Verbs. To HAVE. Conjugation and examples. Check the words and phrases by following the link on www.russianeasy.com (171.1. ИМЕТЬ – to have).
    If you have any comments or suggestions you can write on our e-mail: speakingrussian@gmail.com

    • 5 min
    Lesson 171. How to say in Russian "a guest", "to visit somebody".

    Lesson 171. How to say in Russian "a guest", "to visit somebody".

    Speaking Russian. Lesson 171. How to say in Russian "a guest", "to visit somebody". Check the words and phrases by following the link on www.russianeasy.com (171. A guest.).
    If you have any comments or suggestions you can write on our e-mail: speakingrussian@gmail.com

    • 6 min

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