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Learn russian grammar : Articles in russian
 
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Learn russian grammar : Articles in russian
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English grammar: Articles in English - definite, indefinite, no article, basic rules - part 1
 
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Articles make up one of the most important and confusing grammatical topics in the English language. In the course of three lessons we are going to cover all the basic rules and principles. In part 1 we will focus of articles in general and the indefinite artcle a (an). Study English and Russian weekly! My channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/AntoniaRomaker My group - http://vk.com/SeriesEnglish My facebook group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/SeriesEnglish Support my channel - http://antoniaromaker.com/channelsupport
Top 10 Most Useful Languages to Learn
 
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Top 10 Most Useful Languages to Learn Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD // TIMESTAMPS BELOW The list of reasons why you should learn a new language is a long one. But which language should you learn as a second language? The most useful languages in the future may surprise you. Whether it’s Arabic, German or Japanese, there are many foreign languages that will come in handy – in business or in life. WatchMojo counts down ten languages that are useful for English speakers to pick up. Interested in languages? Check out our other videos on the Top 10 Difficult Languages to Learn: https://youtu.be/MEmAGJac7Is, Top 10 Easiest Languages to Learn: https://youtu.be/_AZDwmX1Iag and Top 10 Fictional Languages: https://youtu.be/BSMnWwEL58A. 00:36 #10: Portuguese 01:30 #9: Russian 02:25 #8: Japanese 03:13 #7: Hindi 04:10 #6: Arabic 04:55 #5: German 05:43 #4: French 06:40 #3, #2 & #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: http://www.WatchMojo.com Special thanks to our users Tannistha Patra and Lbello for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top%20Ten%20Useful%20Languages%20to%20Learn Be sure to visit our Suggest Tool and Submit Ideas that you would like to see made into Top 10 videos! http://www.WatchMojo.com/Suggest Our Magazine!! Learn the inner workings of WatchMojo and meet the voices behind the videos, articles by our specialists from gaming, film, tv, anime and more. VIEW INSTANTLY: http://goo.gl/SivjcX WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Get WatchMojo merchandise at shop.watchmojo.com WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
Views: 956776 WatchMojo.com
Articles (Languages, Countries & Nationalities) - Lesson 25, Part 1 - English Grammar
 
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TOPIC: Articles with languages, countries, and nationalities. This is a lesson in two parts. Part 1 presents guidelines. Part 2 will offer practice. NOTE: I'm very sorry to announce as of January 2012 links to EnglishCafe will no longer be active due to the site closing. I was very lucky to be a part of that online community while it lasted. I'm also sorry for the loss of additional materials for learners. TEACHERS: For more discussion on this topic, please visit my WordPress blog. Posting 1 http://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2010/03/08/student-stumper-19-americans-vs-the-americans/ Posting 2 http://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2010/04/12/student-stumper-20-generic-uses-of-articles/ You may also enjoy Rachel Spack Koch's Q & A Forum on the Azar Grammar Exchange: http://thegrammarexchange.infopop.cc/eve/forums/ Music acknowledgments: "Ambiental" by DAFILEMAN retrieved from http://www.flashkit.com/loops/Easy_Listening/AMBIENTA-DAFILEMA-2384/ "Sax Solo" by 00MIT00 retrieved from http://www.flashkit.com/loops/Easy_Listening/Jazz/Sax_Solo-00MIT00-8796/
Views: 52951 JenniferESL
Russian Grammar - Prepositional Case in -У for Masculine Nouns
 
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Views: 2306 Angelos Georgakis
Russian articles | Один за всех и все за одного! | Kung Fu Russian
 
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Join the greatest side in the world today! https://www.italki.com/i/BHAdcF Вот что интересное заметил: знаешь один славянский язык - легко будет и с остальными! Встречались мне среди студентов два американца сербского происхождения. Произношение на русском прекрасное, не без изъянов, понятно, но в целом очень приличное. Я бы сказал, что сойдут за русских в некоторых ситуациях. Была студентка из Румынии, также прекрасное произношение. Что интересно, русского-то она и не знала вовсе, несколько слов и фраз, не более. Но произносила их так, будто русская, двадцать лет прожившая в Румынии. To read the whole article: https://www.italki.com/notebook/2694599/entry/656889
Views: 43 Eugene
Numbers of objects in Russian
 
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This russian language video lesson for free is about numbers of objects . I explain the russian grammar rule how to say correctly for example 5 cats in russian. To find out more please visit my channel at youtube. You are welcome! to help to develop my channel you can use paypal to [email protected] . Thanks!
Articles
 
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As you asked last time, today we will talk about one of the most difficult topic for Russian speakers: Articles.
Names with and without THE, the definite article the, articles in English
 
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Another class devoted to English articles, here we will cover names with and without the definite article the. I tried to squeeze all the important information in this class, so make sure to watch it to the end! Study English and Russian with me! My channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/AntoniaRomaker My group - http://vk.com/SeriesEnglish My facebook group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/SeriesEnglish Support my channel - http://antoniaromaker.com/channelsupport
Learn Russian language: Russian2Go. Episode 3.
 
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What do Russians mean when they say ‘yes, no, maybe’ all at the same time?
Views: 720 RUSSIA BEYOND
Learn Russian Language - Lesson 1 (Greetings)
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 469 Abdullah Tariq
The German Language
 
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This video is a language profile on the German language, one of Europe`s most important and influential languages. This video contains an image (1:02) courtesy of Humboldt Institut, who offer intensive German courses in Germany and Austria. https://www.humboldt-institut.org/en/ Special thanks to Alexander Picard for his German audio recordings and Sebastian Stauber for his assistance. Support Langfocus on Patreon: http://patreon.com/langfocus Special thanks to: Nicholas Shelokov, 谷雨 穆, Anders Westlund, and Kaan Ergen for their generous Patreon support. http://facebook.com/langfocus http://instagram.com/langfocus http://twitter.com/langfocus http://langfocus.com Special thanks to Alexander Picard for his German audio recordings and Sebastian Stauber for his assistance. Music: Intro music: "Frequency" by Silent Partner. Main music: George Street Shuffle Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Outro music: "Circular" by Gunnar Olsen.
Views: 1247028 Langfocus
I will translate to Russian, Ukrainian. Apps, articles. For $5
 
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To read more please click here: http://tinyurl.com/o7oolvr I will translate the application or article from English to Russian and/or Ukrainian for $5 only! I will give your money back to you in case you are not satisfied with the quality of the result. My goal. There're hundreds of millions of smartphone and Internet users in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and other post-USSR countries. Most of the people in these countries do not speak English and use the localized applications and websites only. You shouldn't miss a sale just because of the language barrier. I would like to help you to boost your sales and help the people in these countries to use the modern technologies. Proposition. I will manually translate your application or article to Ukranian or Russian. Up to 750 words per gig. Or up to 500 words per gig in case of translation to both Russian and Ukrainian (i.e. up to 500+500=1000 words per gig). Notes about application translation. I translate any mobile (Android, iOS, Windows8), the web (HTML, XML, .NET, Java, PHP, NodeJs etc.), desktop applications, application description and so on. I can translate directly to string resources files or to separate table. The detailed description always helps to do my work better and faster. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1Xo91Sjf8Y&feature=youtu.be
Views: 28 Roman
Lesson 2.  Food.  At the restaurant.
 
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From this lesson you will learn some words for food. You will learn how to order food at restaurant. And you will also learn the structure of Russian sentence. You will notice that Russians don't have the verb "to be" for the present tense and they don't have articles before nouns.
Views: 1376 Irina Mozelova
translation from&into Georgian Turkish English  Russian
 
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Russian-NWO Disinformation Articles to Blame False Flag Bio Attack on America
 
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There are many articles falsely claiming that Americans have fully overtaken biological research facilities in Ukraine, Georgia, African nations and elsewhere. They reference American financial and professional assistance programs, then claim these are military programs designed to attack... Russia and China is implied. When I was in Slovyansk working to rebuild homes destroyed by bombing, Russian-language papers claimed Americans had secret bio facilities in every city of Ukraine. For this, more blatant and less easy to support lie, they used only local gazettes and papers, not the International Internet. While I read articles, I noted that the English is bad (written by non-native speakers), the sites are all in Russia and Bulgaria, and the threat to Russia and China is mostly just implied. I also noticed the number 324 on one article, and that the paper’s logo on one site was made from 3 crescent moons. These are known secret symbols of Luciferians and secret satanic societies.
Views: 75 KnowJesusKnowPeace
🎎 Tatiana is learning Japanese! - Russian Vodkast N°8
 
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🎎 🀄 How to stay motivated while learning a foreign language - in this video! 🎏More free audio lessons, videos and articles on www.russianpodcast.eu. Join Russian Dacha Club! https://russianpodcast.eu/en/about-russian-podcast-club Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/russianpodcast/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/russianpodcast/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/russian_podcast Russian Language Vodkast is hosted by Tatiana Klimova from www.russianpodcast.eu. Its main goal is to promote Russian language and to help you to improve your Russian language skills. Enjoy!
Views: 1969 Tatiana Klimova
Язык, общество и власть в России
 
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Доктор Максим Кронгауз: Language, Society and Power in Russia Dr. Maksim Krongauz is the Head of the Laboratory of Linguistic Conflict Resolution Studies and Contemporary Communicative Practices at the Higher School of Economics. He is also the Head of the Russian State University for the Humanities’ Russian Language Department. He is a Member of the Government Council on the Russian Language of the Russian Federation, and an Enlightener prize laureate. He writes popular print and digital articles on the Russian language, linguistics, and education, and participates in public discussions on television and radio. Dr. Krongauz is a guest researcher and professor at universities in France, Germany, Italy, Austria, Estonia, Finland, and China. He received the Diderot (France) and Humboldt (Germany) Scholarships. He was also granted the title of Honored Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation. The lecture was held on March 9, 2017 at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
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Learn Russian Language - Lesson 3
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 117 Abdullah Tariq
Learn Russian Language - Lesson 6
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 56 Abdullah Tariq
Russian language for beginners Lesson 9
 
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Russian language for beginners. In this lesson we will explain some Russian basic grammar rules, also you will learn how to build your own sentences, including Russian possessive pronouns and personal pronouns in accusative case. In addition, you will get an idea about Russian transitive verbs. http://psrussian.com/russian-grammar-for-beginners-ninth-lesson/
Views: 623 P.S.Russian
A, AN, THE - Articles in English
 
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Today's question from a student asks about the definite article "THE" and when we use them with plural nouns. You're welcome to share this video on your website or use it in classes and show it to your students! Happy learning!
Kuzkina Olesya Vladimirovna , Russia, reading article 4 of the UDHR in Russian
 
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To raise awareness for basic human rights, the United Nations is asking people around the world to record themselves reading articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in their language. #StandUp4HumanRights #RightsOutLoud
Learn German While You Sleep 😀 130 Basic German Words and Phrases 🍻 English/German
 
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How to learn German? Learn German while you sleep. This video features 130 basic German words and phrases that teach grammar automatically. They are especially useful for the beginning student of German. To use just play the video before sleeping... If you want to really learn German, the best way is to listen and speak the most common German phrases as often and as accurately as possible. If you want to learn German well, these videos will help you do that. And doing it in a relaxed way is even better!!!! Looking for a German teacher? Try Italki. They have tons of great teachers that you can talk to online. https://www.italki.com/i/C6FDED Check Out Some Other Languages! Learn Mandarin Chinese While you Sleep https://youtu.be/dADTBoYH6Fo Learn Spanish (Spain) While you Sleep https://youtu.be/YNdCaefkmbA Learn Japanese while you Sleep https://youtu.be/DcCdJilQGZw Learn Korean while you Sleep https://youtu.be/dEm-FrgwW8Y Learn Italian while you Sleep https://youtu.be/i3GFZAKijww Learn French while you Sleep https://youtu.be/tefSeVVq2T0 Learn Hindi while you Sleep https://youtu.be/ctq6UQ5RRjk Learn Russian While You Sleep https://youtu.be/w4WphuQFt9A The idea is to be in as relaxed or calm a state as possible. Put on headphones if you need to. Best time is the right before you go to bed. The brain is supposedly more receptive in that relaxed state. The plan: listen to this as often as possible until the words and phrases are natural to you, that you don't even need to think to say them. These phrases can be used mainly for the first encounters. What do you say to people who you don't know at all or don't know very well? Those phrases. My name is Evan (eko). Happy learning. Let me know if you want to learn anything specific. :) Music: “(zen meditation ) by Eric Bartel. https://free-meditation-music.com“
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Learn Russian Language - Lesson 11
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 117 Abdullah Tariq
🍅 Making Borscht - Russian Vodkast N°5!
 
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In this video I'm making Russian Borscht! More free audio lessons, videos and articles on www.russianpodcast.eu. Join Russian Dacha Club! https://russianpodcast.eu/en/about-russian-podcast-club Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/russianpodcast/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/russianpodcast/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/russian_podcast Russian Language Vodkast is hosted by Tatiana Klimova from www.russianpodcast.eu. Its main goal is to promote Russian language and to help you to improve your Russian language skills. Enjoy!
Views: 1741 Tatiana Klimova
Learn Russian Language - Lesson 12
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 64 Abdullah Tariq
A or AN? - Articles in English
 
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A university or AN university?! Which article should you use? Support us on www.patreon.com/papateachme Subscribe and comment below! We love hearing from you! :)
LEARN RUSSIAN, Lesson: Am I Beautiful? | RUSSIAN 2: Basic
 
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Learn how to speak about beauty in Russian : http://w-t.me/Russian-AmIBeautiful SUBSCRIBE: http://w-t.me/Yru NEW VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY! Learn to speak Russian for free in our online language learning communities ► Facebook: http://w-t.me/Fru ► Twitter: http://w-t.me/Tru To encourage language learning, each video has a page on http://wikitranslate.org/wiki/Russian with extra material to test yourself on how well you have learned the new Russian words and grammar. We use direct method language teaching in our videos. If you don't understand everything immediately, don't worry just relax. Don't think too much, just repeat the new Russian words. Watch the video a few times and it will quickly begin to make sense. Each lesson helps you to revise the previous lesson's topic so you can consolidate what you have learned. You can look at the subtitles and the available translations of the subtitles to assist your learning. If the video has no subtitles it will have the Russian text and a translation of that text on our website. We would be grateful if you helped us to translate any subtitles into your native language. This will help you to reinforce what you are learning and others to learn your language too. Start learning Russian instantly with our free online Russian language lessons: http://w-t.me/Russian-Lessons Start learning Russian time quickly, easily and with fun: http://w-t.me/Russian-Time
Learn Turkish: Why there are not any articles in Turkish language?
 
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Hi everyone! Today I want to talk about the topic articles. We don't have articles in Turkish language like German or French. So what do we do when we translate the articles etc? Hope you guys like it :)) If you want to check out my Turkish channnel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2YI... If you want to follow me; Instagram https://www.instagram.com/adimikimkoydu/ Twitter https://twitter.com/adimikimkoydu Tumblr http://adimikimkoydu.tumblr.com/ Snapchat adimikimkoydu [email protected]
🎏 Daruma doll! - Russian Vodkast N°9!
 
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In this video I tell you what motivates me to go forward and to fulfill my wishes and projects. My secret is… the traditional More free audio lessons, videos and articles on www.russianpodcast.eu. Join Russian Dacha Club! https://russianpodcast.eu/en/about-russian-podcast-club Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/russianpodcast/ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/russianpodcast/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/russian_podcast Russian Language Vodkast is hosted by Tatiana Klimova from www.russianpodcast.eu. Its main goal is to promote Russian language and to help you to improve your Russian language skills. Enjoy!
Views: 1315 Tatiana Klimova
The Swahili Language
 
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This video is all about Swahili, one of Africa's major languages and a lingua franca in much of East Africa. Thanks to Mugizi Robert Rwebangira for the Swahili audio samples in this video. Support Langfocus on Patreon: http://patreon.com/langfocus Special thanks to: Nicholas Shelokov, Sebastian Langshaw, Brandon Gonzalez, 谷雨 穆, Adrian Zhang, Vadim Sobolev, Yixin Alfred Wong, Kaan Ergen, Sky Vied, Romain Paulus, Panot, Erik Edelmann, Bennet, James Zavaleta, Ulrike Baumann, Ian Martyn, Justin Faist, Jeff Miller, Stephen Lawson, Howard Stratton, George Greene, Panthea Madjidi, Nicholas Gentry, Sergios Tsakatikas, Bruno Filippi, and Brian Michalowski for their generous Patreon support. http://facebook.com/langfocus http://instagram.com/langfocus http://twitter.com/langfocus http://langfocus.com Music: Digya by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200080 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Intro music: “Foundation” by Vibe Tracks. Outro music: “Circular” by Gunnar Olsen.
Views: 407872 Langfocus
Learn Russian Language - Lesson 2
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
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Learn Russian Language - Lesson 8
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 167 Abdullah Tariq
Sasin Denis, Russia, reading article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
 
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To raise awareness for basic human rights, the United Nations is asking people around the world to record themselves reading articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in their language. #StandUp4HumanRights. Read your #RightsOutLoud: https://www.un.org/udhr-video
English grammar: Articles in English - definite, indefinite, no article, basic rules - part 2
 
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This is the second part of the lesson, devoted to the overview of articles. So here we will continue discussing the basic principles and rules of adding articles 'the', 'a' and 'an'. However in this video we will focus of the definite article 'the' and cases when no articles should be used. Study English and Russian weekly! My channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/AntoniaRomaker My group - http://vk.com/SeriesEnglish My facebook group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/SeriesEnglish Support my channel - http://antoniaromaker.com/channelsupport
Learn Russian Language - Lesson 9
 
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This course was developed by the Peace Corps and is in the public domain. All material can be found at: http://www.livelingua.com/peace-corps-russian-kazakhstan-course.php Today Russian is still spoken by the overwhelming majority of people in the former Soviet Union. It will be useful to learn a few phrases of courtesy, for example: to express initial greetings, to ask about well-being of others, to introduce on eself etc. Russian belongs to the inflectional languages (i.e. languages in which words have endings). A Russian word can have many differe nt forms, and therefore not every word encount ered in a text can be found in dictionaries. Russian words that have endings are entered in the dictionaries in a definite form. The definite form for nouns is the Nominative case singular, for adjectives it is the Nominative case singular masculine, and for verbs -- the infinitive. Adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions are invariable. Characteristic features of the Russian language are: •Genders of the nouns and adjectives (masculine, feminine or neuter) • Declension of the nouns, pronouns, adjectives, and numerals •Conjugation of the verbs •Aspect of the verbs •Absence of articles •Shift of stress The Russian alphabet is comprised of 33 letters.
Views: 105 Abdullah Tariq
Introduction. The Russian for Beginners Level I course.
 
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I am offering a FREE crash course in Russian making it easy and enjoyable for you to learn this language. First ten students to complete this course and send me detailed feedback on its content will receive a FREE one-to-one lesson with me. What are you going to get from this course? • Over 15 lectures and 1 hour of content! • A an overview of the many uses that you can get out of learning the Russian language; • 15 lectures contained in 1 hour of video content; • 16 downloadable materials including printable cards with Russian words and their English equivalents to help you to memorize vocabulary; • You will learn the basics of Russian grammar including the Russian alphabet, explanation about articles, adjectives and genders of the Russian nouns; • You will build your vocabulary of Russian words including names of colours, question words, numbers, months, days of the week and family related words; • By the end of the course you will know how to introduce yourself and will even learn to construct your first sentences in Russian; • As a bonus I will present you with a beautiful poem by Anna Akhmatova with the hope that this incredible example of Russian poetry will encourage you to study Russian further. All of this is FREE of charge!!! This course is suitable for anyone trying to learn the Russian language (complete beginners; absolutely no prior experience with Russian is required to learn this course), but is also recommended for anyone planning a trip to Russia or to work there. Interested? Please sign in for the full FREE course on Udemy here: https://www.udemy.com/russian-for-beginners-level-1/?dtcode=MnHH2Bw1CeBo and subscribe to my videos. Enjoy learning Russian!
German For Beginners A1 Level - Chapter 1
 
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Hello Friends, Complete course at www.bhashaprofs.com Welcome to our first Video for German A1 level. BhashaProfs presents out to you, first time in the country, detailed classroom video lectures by some of the most famous & certified language trainers.. To watch more video lectures of any of your favorite language, please visit www.bhashaprofs.com Like us at facebook.com/bhashaprofs Complete course at www.bhashaprofs.com
Jessica from Switzerland talking (in French) about her Russian course at Exlinguo St Petersburg
 
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Jessica is from Switzerland and is currently studying applied foreign languages in Lyon. After having attended a 2-week summer course last year at Exlinguo, she came back this year for a second immersion session. Her 2-week course helped her develop her Russian skills, while gaining more confidence in speaking the language. Благодарим Вас, Джессика, что вновь выбрали Exlinguo St Petersburg, чтобы учить русский язык! Спасибо за ваши слова о нашей школе! Ждем Вас снова! Learn Russian in St Petersburg with #ExlinguoSPB ! https://www.exlinguo.com/en/russian-course/russia/st-petersburg
French Articles | FrenchWithMe
 
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Hey, linguists! How is it going? This video is on definite and indefinite articles of French language. Hope, you'll enjoy it:) BeFluent Class- http://befluentclass.com Russian Shirts- https://www.befluentclass.com/store Support Languages- https://www.patreon.com/fedor_shirin Facebook Community- https://www.facebook.com/groups/16901... Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/befluentinr... Me VK- https://www.vk.com/id16737366 Email- [email protected]
Professional Spanish-Russian tutor with a passion for teaching and languages
 
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Top 10 Rare Languages Still Spoken Around the World
 
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Top 10 Rare Languages Still Spoken Around the World Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD // TIMESTAMPS BELOW Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! http://www.WatchMojo.com/Suggest What’s the least spoken language in the world? It might be one of these rare languages to learn. Whether it’s Archi, only spoken in a few Russian villages, Friulian, which has about 600 thousand speakers around the world, or Basque, spoken mainly near the Pyrenees mountains, these are some of the least spoken languages on the planet. WatchMojo counts down ten languages so scarce you won’t believe they’re still spoken. Interested in languages? Check out our other videos on the Top 10 Difficult Languages to Learn: https://youtu.be/MEmAGJac7Is, Top 10 Easiest Languages to Learn: https://youtu.be/_AZDwmX1Iag and Top 10 Fictional Languages: https://youtu.be/BSMnWwEL58A. #10: Friulian #9: Tuyuca #8: Yupik #7: Pawnee #6: Archi #5: Pirahã #4: Basque #3, #2 & #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: http://www.WatchMojo.com Special thanks to our user on jwiking62 for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Bizarre+Languages+Still+Spoken+Around+the+World Our Magazine!! Learn the inner workings of WatchMojo and meet the voices behind the videos, articles by our specialists from gaming, film, tv, anime and more. VIEW INSTANTLY: http://goo.gl/SivjcX WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Get WatchMojo merchandise at shop.watchmojo.com WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
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EGL: Articles A/An English- Russian phrases 1/10
 
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-------- https://vk.com/englishgreenlight What a fantastic view Какой фантастический вид What a beautiful dress Какое красивое платье What a good soldier Какой хороший солдат What a good guy Какой хороший парень What a big room Какая большая комната What a nice woman Какая милая женщина It was a wonderful moment Это был чудесный момент It was a brilliant plan Это был великолепный план He had a good voice У него был хороший голос It was a wonderful ship Это был чудесный корабль
Заговаривать зубы - W12D1 - Common Russian  Phrases - Russian vocabulary lesson – learn Russian
 
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Learn Russian for travelling to Russia or living in Russia. Kris and Olya will teach you modern Russian phrases, useful Russian words and other aspects of the language in their daily online Russian lessons. Check out their website for more information: http://www.krisamerikos.com/russian/ This Russian Vocabulary lesson targets pre-intermediate students and higher level students. It is not a Russian for beginners lesson, but even if you are here just to learn some basic Russian phrases it will still be useful for you, since people use these Russian phrases often in their everyday lives. Russian WORDS/Russian PHRASES/ Russian VOCABULARY in this video: Заговаривать - to change the topic зубы - teeth We hope these common Russian phrases will help you learn Russian and we wish you the best of luck with your studies of the Russian language and Russian vocabulary especially. If you have any questions we will be happy to help you and answer them in the comments down below. Just to get the conversation started here, we would like to ask you: What are your favorite modern Russian phrases? Or if you don’t know a lot of modern ones yet, then write us what your favorite common Russian words are. We are looking forward to talking to you in the comment section down below! Don't forget to subscribe for more FREE RUSSIAN VIDEO LESSONS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3S3WjS615h3vWrJv9S2ScQ?sub_confirmation=1 Check out these videos for more interesting information: 7 things you should NEVER do in Russia – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M7fesHl2SM 7 words you have to know before you come to Russia – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NU1agK88JSo 10 Russian words that people often shorten in speech – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUSz36QDNvY Cases made easy - A simple explanation of Russian noun cases – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54j6TeG9NHA 7 cities in Russia that you should know – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogec_NjrGgc BEWARE while teaching in Russia - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PB8-wffGNz0 You can also find us and follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rushin2russian/
Views: 195 Rush into Russian
The Animated History of Russia
 
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Join us in uncovering the rich history of Russia, the world's largest nation. From the Rus' to the Tzars, to Joseph Stalin, Russia has had an impact on the world for many centuries. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3585241 Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuibhneOfficial?s=09 Merchandise: http://shop.spreadshirt.com.au/Suibhne
Views: 3703958 Suibhne
Learn Russian with Anna on Italki.
 
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https://www.italki.com/teacher/1762632 I like to know my students before starting teaching. Creating a friendly atmosphere during the class is very important for me. My classes are very structured. I have a strict plan I follow during every session. Before every class I will send you the materials we will work with: grammar exercises, reading, speaking practice materials. 1. I start with conversation. Usually the topic of conversation is free, you don’t need to prepare for it. Unless you want to discuss some specific topic you can prepare by reading articles or watching news. It’s up to you. 2. I follow this conversation with some specific grammar I would like to talk about. For example: genitive case, verbs of movement etc... 3. We do grammar exercises and using grammar constructions in the conversation. I want my students to know how to use it in real life, real conversation with native speakers. 4. We read an article, a piece of text or a poem. I check your pronunciation and help you to improve it. 5. We discuss an article. 6. I explain your home work. If you don’t have time to do homework you don’t have to. This program is flexible. All my sources are from interactive language courses. Before every lesson you will receive a Google Slides presentation with videos, audio, interesting tasks and all the vocabulary we will study during our session. You will be able to see me typing all the comments and corrections in real time. I’m an extremely motivated teacher and I create a special personal program for every student that 100% fits his/her level and needs. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. 初級レベルから上級レベルまでレッスン可能です。予めメールにてご連絡頂ければコース内容についてご相談致します。ご希望があれば、授業中日本語で文法の使い方や単語の意味などを教えられますので遠慮なく申し出してください。 宜しくお願い致します。
EGL: Articles A/An English- Russian phrases 4/10
 
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-------------https://vk.com/englishgreenlight We’re not a family Мы не семья I am not a pupil Я не ученик I've got a job У меня есть работа I’ve got a question У меня есть вопрос I've got a computer У меня есть компьютер We've got a problem У нас есть проблема I've got a family У меня есть семья I've got a friend У меня есть друг My father was an architect Мой отец был архитектором Your mom packed a bag Твоя мама упаковала сумку
Countries with Articles | Super Easy German (54)
 
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CORRECTIONS: 3:34 Ich bin IN der Slowakei GET EXERCISES FOR THIS VIDEO: http://www.patreon.com/easygerman SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/sdP9nz INVITE US TO YOUR SCHOOL: http://bit.ly/2fXVdk6 LEARN GERMAN IN BERLIN: http://easygerman.org/#summerschool FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/easygermanvideos INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/easygermanvideos EASY GERMAN ON MEMRISE: http://www.memrise.com/course/1343772/easy-german/ WEBSITE: http://www.easygerman.org/ EASY GERMAN SHOP: http://www.shop.spreadshirt.com/easygerman --- ► PRODUCED IN COOPERATION WITH: http://www.theglobalexperience.org Easy Languages is an international video project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews and expose the street culture of participating partner countries abroad. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English. --- Host of this episode: Carina Schmid (http://www.carisafari.de) Camera: Janusz Hamerski Edit: Janusz Hamerski / Carina Schmid Translation: Ben Eve
Views: 32203 Easy German
The Slavic Languages and What Makes Them a FAMILY
 
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This video is all about the Slavic Language family, one of Europe`s major language families. This was a hard video to make, because I wasn`t very familiar with Slavic languages, and I had a lot of trouble with the production of the video (for various reasons). But hopefully the end result is good! I definitely learned a lot making this video, and gained a deeper interest in Slavic languages and cultures! Support Langfocus on Patreon: http://patreon.com/langfocus http://facebook.com/langfocus http://twitter.com/langfocus http://instagram.com/langfocus http://langfocus.com Drums of the Deep by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Views: 1008561 Langfocus

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