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  • Russianblogger.me

    Russianblogger.me – is a travel blog about Russia by Daniil Timin. Find out the most interesting places in Russia besides Moscow and St. Petersburg, things to do off the beaten path and everything there is to know about Russia for the 2018 World Cup fans.

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  • Russian Lover

    The RUSSIAN LOVER project was born in April 2015, with the motivation of showing life in foreign countries and discovering the culture of the world’s largest country, Russia. The Youtube channel “Russian Lover” is a documentary and travel videoblog, with a dynamic, interesting and professional format that shows life in Russia from a unique point of view.

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  • Russian verb CoolJugator

    The Russian CoolJugator let you to quickly and simply conjugate Russian verbs. CoolJugator provides a list of Russian verbs and a search function, easy-to-understand Russian verb conjugations and English examples.

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  • Russian Language Learning Club

    Russian Language Learning Club – vibrant and joyful community for passionate learners of Russian language. You can find a lot of useful tips how to learn Russian language, lessons for beginners and advanced learners and interesting materials about Russian history, literature, music and people.

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  • Russian Words for iPhone / Android

    Increase your Russian vocabulary the smart way by learning the words that you will really need. This universal App teaches you the 1000 most useful Russian words. Features include pronunciation by native Russian speakers, accent marks, phonetic transcription, search, favorites list, and more.

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  • Learn Russian by reading an Interlinear translation of Tolstoy

    An Interlinear book is one where the original text is followed by an English translation below each word or phrase. This Russian translation of Leo Tolstoy by InterlinearBooks allows you to learn Russian or to improve your existing Russian by reading and enjoying this classic writer in the original language. Russian. Simple and intuitive games, fast flashcards, and detailed material specifically matched to your level. Free and premium memberships.

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  • Tongue out!

    Free online community where you can practice Russian language with Russian native speakers and make new friends from Russia!

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  • Bab.la

    Bab.la is not only a free online dictionary for 24 languages but also a phrasebook, games, quizzes, conjugations, forum and much more!

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  • Ruspod.com

    Ruspod uses various techniques of teaching, including audio podcasts, text lessons, and exercises. Every registered user also has a personal Dashboard that helps to keep track of all their activities, suggests lessons to take next, and calculates the user’s rating.

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  • PlusSpeak – Learn and Practice foreign languages

    Learn and practice Russian and other languages. Free online course of Russian consists of 9 lessons covering basics of the language from alphabet and verb conjugation to cases and much more. All lessons have examples and exercises. Also, you can practice Russian and other languages in the online chat.

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  • Spoken Russian

    Looking for more materials to practice your Russian?
    Spoken Russian is a Facebook page that publishes short authentic dialogues in Russian with transcription, in video format. Check it out today and subscribe!

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  • Explore Russian

    Angelos Georgakis travels in Russia and Russian speaking countries and teaches “Russian in context”, i.e. videoblogs, songs, films, cartoons, poetry, culture and more. He uses cognitive psychology and the power of associations to make things stick to your memory. On Explore Russian, you’ll also find some effective and unusual techniques that can be applied to any language.

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  • OnlineCourses.com

    It is an open courseware resource, it is one of the top online courses and classes available on the web. We offer free online courses on the web to any devices of the users choice. The site is developed to be mobile optimized that will allow users to take courses anywhere. You can explore the courses, create unique programs and track your progress. We feature courses from institutions such as Yale, MIT, Stanford, and Harvard.

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  • A taste of Russian

    Be sure, it isn’t a boring Grammar course, it is a real chat on different topics which can be heard in everyday life. It is a chance to listen to the native speakers talking at home, at work, at the shop, at the party, etc. Also you can listen to Russian Slang!

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