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Russian Song “February” by Leonid Agutin and Anzhelika Varum

written by Viktoria

To make learning Russian even more fun, I decided to start a new category of posts where I will share some of the most popular Russian songs with lyrics. Russian4real is all about having fun learning Russian, right?

And I want to start this category with one of my favorite Russian songs. It’s very sweet, romantic and melodic. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do. 

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Space and Planets in RussianDon’t you love staring at the clear starry sky and watching a falling star passing by somewhere many light years away? It’s amazing how much there is to our world and our Universe that we don’t know and possibly never will. In today’s lesson you will learn solar system and space words in Russian.

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Office SuppliesMost of us come across many different office items every single day. Whether it’s helping our kids at school or running things at work. To run things smoothly we need access to some basic tools – computer and Internet and some basic office supplies. Let’s talk about the office environment today and learn the names of the basic office and school supplies in Russian.

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conversational RussianToday’s Russian lesson is going to be so much fun! You will learn twenty conversational Russian words and phrases that you will often come across in spoken Russian. You might hear these words from your Russian friends or family, or even see them online on Facebook or vKontakte. Some of these Russian words are mild slang words while others are diminutives that were formed from popular nouns. Below the word you will find an example of how you can use it in Russian speech with English translation. 

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Beautiful houseIn today’s lesson you will learn how to describe your home in Russian. In the previous lessons you’ve learned about Kitchen Appliances in Russian and Kitchenware in Russian. Now let’s take a walk around your home and learn the names of the rooms and other useful Russian words. Are you ready? Let’s start with the basics: 

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Tiger in Russian photoIn the previous lesson you’ve learned the names of the domestic animals in Russian. If you haven’t yet, click on this link and enjoy the lesson – Russian Video Lesson: Domestic Animals and Birds.

In today’s lesson we will take a quick trip to a Russian4real Zoo where

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