How to Learn the Russian Language
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to learn the Russian language? I’m guessing since you’re on this page, the answer is yes. Well let me be the first to tell you, it’s amazing! Being able to communicate in a second language is a profound experience that many native English speakers never realize. For that matter, many Russian speakers never end up speaking English at a very high level either, but that’s a story for another day.
Here’s the thing though, if you’re thinking about learning the Russian language, and you’ve never mastered a foreign language before, you have no idea how to do it. Probably you studied a second language like Spanish or French in school when you were a kid. Well, are you fluent in it now? I’ll give you a second to stop laughing, and then I’ll tell you about Russian language for foreigners, and how to learn it.
Why People Fail at Learning a Language
I think so many people have a hard time with Russian language learning because when they begin their introductory courses, the first thing that’s taught is grammar. And Russian grammar, it’s nothing to mess around with. It’s difficult, mind numbing and overly complex. So if you sign up for Russian 101, and in the first month you do nothing but study grammar, of course you’re going to be discouraged!
But there’s a better way. It involves taking the grammar, chucking it out the window, and learning the Russian language the way a person in a real world situation does. When you learned English as a two year old, did you study past present perfect and particles? I thought not. Well why not learn Russian that way then? In other words, learn simple phrases and listen, listen, listen!
Simple phrases are also great because they allow you to immediately start talking with native speakers, which is a great way to learn a language fast. Listening is necessary so that you can pick up the sound of the language and recognize it when people speak it.
An Effective Way to Learn Russian
My book is different from everything else out there. It might be short, 20 some pages, but I promise you that there is more than enough information to help you learn the Russian language as quickly and as effectively as possible. These are all the techniques that I’ve used to achieve fluency in the language. I had to learn the hard way, but now with my book, you can forget about making the mistakes I did, and instead of figuring out how to learn the Russian language, you can actually study it right from day one using effective, proven techniques.
Inside you’ll find:
- A*brief* overview of Russian grammar
- Some interesting details about the language
- How to connect with native speaker when you don’t live in Russia
- Popular Russian movies and singers
- How to find a Russian teacher
- Plus more!
All of this with the aim of getting you immersed in the language, and speaking as soon as possible.
Finding a Russian Language Teacher
I’d like to touch on point five for a second, because it’s what made all the difference when I was learning Russian myself. When i studied on my own I would often work very hard and achieve very little. I would spend hours making lists of words, and then only remember a couple of them. Or I would conjugate some verbs, and then forget it all a few days later.
That changed when I found Irina, who has been my Russian language teacher for the last 6 months. She’s helped to take my Russian to a point where I’m 100% confident in walking up to any Russian person and starting a conversation with them. Finding a good Russian language teacher is actually a lot easier than you think, and I tell you how to do it in my book.
It’s Time to Learn Russian!
So if you’re ready to learn Russian, and you don’t want to become one of the 90% of people who fail in that endeavor, pick up my book today (it’s free) and get started!
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