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huffpost.com The first graders of Syrian schools will study Russian language, New Sevastopol newspaper quoted Dmitry Belik, the State Duma lawmaker from Sevastopol, a member of the group on relations with the Syrian parliament. He added that this measure is a serious step to strengthen cooperation between Russia and...

23.10.2018 Subject: Russian Language

facebook.com The renewed burial of Russian soldiers who died in Austro-Hungarian captivity during the First World War, has been opened in the Czech Republic, TASS reports. The cemetery is located in the western part of the country in the Jindřichovice village of the Karlovy Vary Region. There was one of the largest war...

23.10.2018 Subject: History

Russian North fairy tales (S. Klimenko) Frog Princess, Magic Swan Geese , Sivka-Burka and other Russian fairytales in Russian and French languages have entered new book publishd with support of Franco-Russian Alliance association. Book with two parralel textx in both languages can help learnin Russian and French languages, website of Coordinating...

23.10.2018 Subject: Culture

Dovlatov film screenshot The program of the Russian Film Week 2018 in Britain includes more than 50 films, TASS reports. There is Avdotia Smirnova’s film The Story of An Appointment, the directorial debut of Konstantin Khabensky Sobibor, Coach by Danila Kozlovsky etc. The organizers plan to...

23.10.2018 Subject: Culture


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Christina-Maria Teleman (Belyaeva by husband’s name) opened a ballet studio in Cherepovets after grand carrier in theaters and circuses of Germany, Romania, and Holland. Over the five years since studio opening, Christina-Maria’s students have become laureates of international and all-Russian competitions. Our article is about a native of Romania who fell in love with Russian ballet and moved to Russia following her calling.
Can national character be studied by standards of speaking etiquette? And why entering an elevator without greeting anyone is absolutely ethical conduct? Renowned linguist, Doctor of letters Maxim Kronhaus has been observing Russian speaking etiquette for quite a while. He shared his conclusions at the ROPRYAL Congress being conducted these days in Ufa.
The 200th birthday anniversary of Ivan Turgenev will be widely celebrated in November not only in Moscow, Paris and Baden-Baden. Lebedyan, Shchigry and Topki, as well as other towns and villages of the Oryol and Kursk Regions, famed by the writer in his “Sketches from a Hunter’s Album”, have been also preparing for the celebration. Lots of things have changed in these parts, which Turgenev scholars and huntsmen from the Oryol Region call “Turgenevian woodland”, but hunting is still excellent.
The multi-move combination aiming to eliminate Russian language from all areas of formal and social life is still under way in Ukraine: on September 10 the Chief Scientific Expert Department (CSED) of Verkhovnaya Rada (the Parliament of Ukraine) issued an opinion about feasibility to pass the bill “On support of Ukrainian as the state language”, draft of which was introduced last year, on June 9.
The delegation from Russia took part in the chimney sweeps parade in an Italian town of Santa Maria Maggiore, where thousands of masters from 28 countries of the world came together for the event. Russian chimney-sweeps school is considered to be relatively new comparing to a number of European countries; nevertheless Russian chimney sweeps are believed to be among the world’s best ones.