Russian Made Easy: Learn Russian Podcast
Summary: RussianMadeEasy.com Podcast: Learn Russian Quickly and Easily with Speed Learning Techniques. Russian Language teaching expert Mark Thomson has taught thousands of people to speak Russian with his various online Russian courses and programs. Mark has created this podcast for learning Russian specifically for beginners who would like to start speaking and understanding Russian right-away. Podcast notes, additional exercise audios, and videos for learning Russian can be found at the home of the Russian Made Easy Podcast: RussianMadeEasy.com
RussianMadeEasy.com - This is your final exam for the Russian Made Easy podcast. Review all the major vocabulary and grammar points learned throughout the series.
RussianMadeEasy.com - Learn how to say "they" in Russian. This is it: The final verb conjugation in Russian. After this episode, you will have mastered all six forms of Russian verbs, as well as all six grammatical cases. A major accomplishment!
Learn how to talk about who gave what gift to whom. This is an important and very common topic of Russian conversation.
How to say "we" in Russian. Today we learn the 5th of the six verb forms in Russian: We. We speak, we live, we work and so on. And we also apply it to the past tense. Once again, your ability to express yourself in Russian takes a big leap forward.
In this episode, we continue learning more Russian verbs in the past tense. He said, she said, I wanted, you wanted...These are very common expressions, and you'll master them in this podcast.
Learn how to use the past tense in Russian. Good news: Using the past tense in Russian is easy. We'll learn how to use lots of verbs to say what we did and who we spoke to.
Learn Russian greetings and small-talk. In this episode you'll learn the casual ways Russians greet each other, and how to ask how're things? Every conversation starts this way, so it's another must-know lesson!
One of the hardest parts about speaking Russian is switching between formal and casual forms. In this episode you'll get lets of practice! Don't miss it.
RussianMadeEasy.com - If you ever plan on taking a trip to Russia or Ukraine, you need to listen to this podcast if only to discover what salo is. (Hint: It's a scary food they all eat here!)
RussianMadeEasy.com - Did you know that Russians will say the the same thing in two very different ways, depending on who they're speaking with? You use completely different words when speaking to a friend, versus speaking to a stranger. This is need-to-know stuff.
RussianMadeEasy.com - Along with reviewing just about everything you've learned in Russian so far, you'll also encounter some new, unfamiliar words today. But don't panic. Mark gives you a technique you can use to help you figure out unfamiliar Russian words.
RussianMadeEasy.com - Did you know that Russians don't really say, "I have..."? As Mark explains in this podcast, they literally phrase it, "At me there exists..." It's an interesting lesson that really gets you thinking in Russian.
RussianMadeEasy.com - Oh, no! The internet is down in your Moscow hotel. In this episode, Mark shows you how to tell people what you need in Russian, whether it's the internet, a computer or a phone. Certainly one of the most useful phrases in Russian.
RussianMadeEasy.com Podcast: So, there you are in a cafe in Moscow. The waitress is trying to communicate with you in broken English. In this episode, you'll learn to tell her, "I speak Russian." But if you're in Russia or Ukraine and you need help, you'll also learn how to ask people (in Russian) if they speak English. This is must-know material for any Russian student.
RussianMadeEasy.com - Learn how to say where you work in Russian. It's probably the most common question you'll hear from your new Russian speaking friends: Where do you work? You'll learn to ask the same questions, and how to tell people if you're at work right now.