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Syntax in a language is concerned with the study of the structure of a sentence. Subject, predicate, object, attribute, adverbial modifier - these are all syntax terms. A non-linguist may say - why do I need to know these terms? The thing is, in Russian they are rather important to understand because they help us use the complex but beautiful system of Russian grammar correctly and efficiently.

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Russian Grammar

By Vlada Koroleva
What should you know about learning Russian grammar if you are considering taking a Russian course? Here are the main features of Russian grammar that you need to be aware of, if you are about to start learning Russian.

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I'll tell you one of the greatest news for a foreign learner of Russian: the Russian language is practically uniform throughout the whole Russian speaking world!

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Russian Pronunciation

By Vlada Koroleva
Starting to learn Russian as a foreign language, you may wonder - how important is it to sound authentic or at least respectably accurate when you speak? Is a good accent important?

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Russian Vocabulary

By Vlada Koroleva
How many of all those words that you are trying to learn in Russian lessons, are actually Russian? And how many of them do you have to learn? Some notes from a Russian teacher on Russian vocabulary that you might want to know.

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What are the main facts about the Russian language – the language that we at Just Russian are striving to learn and teach? What should you expect if you have decided to learn Russian or if you’re just considering taking Russian lessons?

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A typical worry of a learner at the beginning of a Russian course is that Russian is a difficult language. Here is an honest opinion of an experienced Russian teacher: it is and it isn't.

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