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Russian as a second language seminar in Budapest

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Russian as a second language seminar in Budapest


Russian Center at the Eötvös Loránd University and Hungarian Association of Russian literature and language Budapest have conducted methodological readings on teaching Russian as a second language with participation of Peoples' Friendship University of Russia teacher J. Karpova. The seminar took place on November 16 – 18 in Budapest.

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia is a leading RSL centers. There are many foreign students who study Russian there before getting degree in economics, medicine, law, and other subjects. 

New lexicon and technical reading were at the center of attention at the first day, core language skills development outside natural linguistic environment discussion and presentation of the new begginer Russian RUDN book took place on the second day, teaching bilingual kids methods were discussed on the third day. 

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