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Russian Language Week in Berlin

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Russian Language Week in Berlin


The Russian Language Week will be held in Berlin from 22 to 27 November 2021.

The Russian Language Week is the largest event in Germany to improve the skills of German specialists in Russian. It is organized by the Russian House in Berlin, the University of Applied Technical and Economic Sciences in Berlin, the Berlin Association of Russian languages specialists with the support of the Berlin Senate Office for Youth, Family and Education, the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Germany, Rossotrudnichestvo, the Russkiy Mir Foundation, MAPRYAL.

The forum traditionally includes a plenary session on the most important trends in the Russian language, discussions and open classes of issues of bilingual education in kindergartens and schools, presentations of the best teaching practices, and more.

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