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15.01.2016

The Russian Santa Claus– Дед Мороз и Снегурочка

Дед Мороз (Ded Moroz) is the Russian Santa Claus. Its name means “Grandpa Frost” but is commonly translated by “Father Frost”. As his western colleague, he […]
15.01.2016

A Russian Christmas Song

Now that we are close from the end of the year and the Christmas festivities have begun, it is time for you to learn a traditional […]
15.01.2016

Traditional Christmas Holidays in Russia

The time between Christmas and Epiphany, from January 8th to 19th, is called святками (Yuletide). Traditionally in ancient Russia, it was the most diverting time of […]
28.12.2015

Holidays in Ruslanguage

Dear students, please note that our school is closed for winter holiays from December 28 till January 3. On January 4 we will open the doors […]
28.12.2015

New Year Party

Photos from the New Year Party in Ruslanguage school are now available on Facebook. Follow this link to see them and don’t forget to tag yoursef […]
17.12.2015

Film, Film, Film… the Animation

“Фильм, фильм, фильм” (Film, film, film) is an animation directed by Фёдор Хитрук (Fyodor Khitruk) in 1968. It is a parody of the film making process […]
17.12.2015

“MuMu” – the Russian Animation

Mumu is the simple and sad story of an old tyrannical барыня (landowner’s wife) and Gerasim, a глухонемой (deaf and dumb) peasant brought from the countryside […]
17.12.2015

Tea Time in Moscow

Drinking tea in Moscow is a real phenomenon! And it’s not just a phenomenon, but an originally, truly and exclusively Muscovite one. In older times, people […]
17.12.2015

Samovar or How to Drink Tea in Russia

“У самовара я и моя Маша. Чай будем пить вприкуску до утра…” (The samovar, me and my Masha. Bitter tea we will drink with a piece […]
17.12.2015

Language Changes and Norms

Facts appearing in the living speech to acquire the status of norms, should necessarily answer to intra-linguistic laws, not in contradiction with the basic tendencies of […]
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