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gokusims
Posted 2017-02-20 6:04 PM (#89549)
Subject: Help with Learning Russian
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Hi guys, i am an engineering student from New Delhi, India. I will complete my bachelors degree in about two months now. I will be applying to a Russian University after than for my further study. I have not yet decided which university i am going to apply but i am surely going there. So, i want to start learning the language. I already tried to get information about one of the course by EchoEE. But i want to check more of the courses like it. Please let me know if anyone here knows a best course. I am already engage with exchange programs and other free stuffs, i want the certification program. Thanks
russianus0
Posted 2017-04-25 6:34 PM (#90485 - in reply to #89549)
Subject: RE: Help with Learning Russian
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Hi, there!
My name is Reneperrin and I am currently on Moscow on my vacation.
In any case, I have seen this site- https://www.echoee.com and truly, it's spectacular. It has gained a significant renown within a very short time due to this robust features for developing Russian language training courses by providing various programs for newcomers. So, I would recommend to keep using it as it would develop your skills more spontaneously. Contact me if you need anything else too.


Edited by russianus0 2017-04-25 6:37 PM
LeesaJohnson
Posted 2017-07-11 11:22 AM (#91239 - in reply to #89549)
Subject: Re: Help with Learning Russian


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Location: London
Hi There,
I would suggest you join tuition classes and learn the Russian language from the basics so that you can continue your studies in the Russian university.

Edited by LeesaJohnson 2017-07-11 11:26 AM
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