Community Web Version Now Available
Storm Kesocascay
Hello. Привет.

Привет. I am new to the Russian language. I wanted to start learning Russian because I think it will be a good language to add to my arsenal, but I don't know where to start. It is actually a little hard for me. I am looking for people to help me start.

 

I've made friends with a few Russians, but I think I need a few more friends. Any level, native or not, I will greatly appreciate. In return, I can teach English, Japanese, Turkish or Kaiyumian.

 

Thank you very much.

Aug 15, 2012 9:23 PM
9
0
Comments · 9

Hello :) I'm not sure I will be a good teacher, but I can always speak Russian to you< if you want. Skype: yellow_umbrella_

December 19, 2012

I'll be glad to help. First of all I think you need study vocabulary & learn often used phrases. Grammar is rather simple as I think.

August 20, 2012

Thanks.

Спасибо.

August 20, 2012

Hi! I'll glad to help you with Russian. You already know so many languages, I think yuo learn another language without any problems.

August 20, 2012

   Hello!

   I suggest you the following method. In Russian, the word order is not hard, words in a sentence can change the order and the meaning is not changed. For simplicity, you can make sentence as in English. The main burden is that every word has so many endings, such as: стол - у стола, под столом, на столе, к столу and so on. Start with learning Russian words and their endings and suffixes. For this you can use EXCEL or other specialized program on the vocabulary. What would be better and more try to remember to repeat at bedtime, preferably during the day or in the morning, but always before bedtime.  The acquired knowledge apply  to communicate with Russian friends. 

    Best wishes!!   

 

August 16, 2012
Show More
Storm Kesocascay
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Latin, Other, Russian, Turkish
Learning Language
Japanese, Latin, Russian, Turkish