Russian course


The course includes:
Videos, readings, audios….
Grammar and vocabulary cards….

The Russian language remains an international communication language for the former Soviet republics of the USSR and different areas of influence until today. It remains an international means of communication in the regions of the Russian Federation and in the countries of the USSR.

Without language skills, it is difficult to communicate with a Russian, even if she/he can speak English.
For Russians, a foreigner who does not speak their language will always be that. A foreigner, for example, will not be told things that can only be told in the mother tongue, which in this case is Russian.

Your teacher will be a 100% native russian.

Once you acquire your course you have to download, fill out and send us the following PDF to the

The Russian language is an Indo-European language of the East Slavic branch, and an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and is also widely spoken in eastern Ukraine, being a recognized regional or co-official language in some regions and cities in the south and east of the
country, and in the breakaway republics of Abkhazia and South Ossetia in Georgia, widely used in Estonia and Latvia (whose populations are made up of one-quarter to one-third Russian-speakers) , as well as in Transnistria (region of Moldova).

Furthermore, it is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. It is also spoken by important sectors of the population of the other nations once belonging to the Soviet Union.

It is the most widely spoken among the Slavic languages and, the seventh among all the languages of the world (by number of native speakers), being the fourth most spoken language in the world taking into account the total speakers.