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Russian language club opens in Mons
The Centre of Russian Language and Culture at the University of Mons, Belgium, has opened Russian language club. The courses are tailored for beginners (А1/А2 based on Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) and Advanced level students (B1). Anyone who wants to learn and practice Russian language can do that for free.
Russian language courses in Mons are held in an informal style to let studends immerce easier in Russian-speaking environment. Students develop Russian conversational and grammatical knowledge in casual atmosphere, while discussing actual topics, asking and answering questions under the guidance of experienced and well-versed teacher.
It is worth mentioning that The Centre of Russian Language and Culture at the University of Mons is the first center created in the Western Europe with Russkiy Mir Foundatuion support. The center is well-equipped with digital education facilities. It provides an open access to many sourses on Russian history and culture. At least 300 scholars visit the Center every day.