Russian Lessons in Liverpool. Learn Russian
You can achieve all of your goals in the Russian language quicker than you thought possible. This is because we offer you the chance to choose your own priorities and let a fully qualified teacher plot your classes around them. Whether you want a new hobby or need Russian skills for business purposes you will be glad to Language Trainers at your side to help you learn.
Russian Course in Liverpool
It's no problem if you need to take Russian lessons specifically for personal use or to help with your career - our trainers mould the lesson plan to your precise needs.
General Russian courses will provide you with enough grammar and vocabulary to allow you to converse with native speakers, and form a strong basis for further learning. If you are looking towards a career in a foreign country then a Business Russian course could be just what you need. The thought of working abroad will hold a lot less fear for you after your classes.
Courses are, however, tailor-made - you cover in your lessons what you need to cover. Most students taking a Business Russian course will gain telephone and email expertise, as well as general conversation skills. A General course can also be adapted to let you learn what is of most importance to you.
We have a wide range of Business course clients for a variety of needs; including people who are off to work for a foreign administration, people working in a corporation with overseas headquarters, and import/export specialists. Our General courses cater for people aiming to purchase overseas property, globetrotters, Russian language and culture devotees, as well as people who need to pass a particular Russian exam.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - Russian Course in Liverpool (closed group)
Info about Russian
As the most popular Slavic language with around 275 million speakers worldwide, Russian is the official language of Russia, and is spoken widely in countries that used to form republics of the now-dissolved USSR; for example Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
Russian is an extremely challenging language to learn for those with no experience of Slavic languages. First of all there's the hurdle of the Cyrillic alphabet, of which the Russians use their own 33-letter variant. Then there's the pronunciation - almost a world apart from any English dialect. Russian is classified as a 'level III' language (the second hardest level) in terms of difficulty for native English speakers, according to the Defence Language Institute of California; but the doors that learning Russian opens to you cannot be underestimated.
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Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)