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Teens are getting prepared for the Russian-language graduate exam in Vienna

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Teens are getting prepared for the Russian-language graduate exam in Vienna


22.05.2019

Schottengymnasium in Vienna started preparing high-schoolers for the Russian-language graduate exam. The project is realised with support of Russkiy Mir Foundation, in the frames of The Russkiy Mir Professor program. 

The Head of an International department of Smolensk State University, Department of German Language  Assistant Professor Roman Beliutin leads the Russian language studies in the Schottengymnasium.

Language, communication, linguistic, sountry knowledge competences are trained in the school. Class is working with authentic Russian texts that reflect the Russian realities. 

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