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Representatives of 40 countries learn Russian at summer courses in Moscow

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Representatives of 40 countries learn Russian at summer courses in Moscow


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The second session of the International Summer Russian Language Courses works at the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute. This is the most numerous one. Among its participants are two hundred people, including students from Austria, France, Portugal, Germany, Spain and other countries. A total of about forty countries are represented.

According to the organizers, their level of proficiency in Russian is very different. People who are just discovering all the richness of Russian language come to the courses. Together with them are those who seek to improve their knowledge. Among the students of the summer school there are many of those who need to speak Russian for professional activities. But there are also those who study Russian for the soul.

Guests will also be invited to classes where they will acquaint themselves with Russian literature and cultural traditions.

The Institute promised that the courses would be not only useful in terms of language, but also interesting and creative.

Large-scale cultural program is planned with a special course on Russian folk dances, meetings in music rooms and a cinema club.

The final point of the summer courses is traditionally a festive concert. Students independently prepare creative issues dedicated to Russia, but taking into account the national peculiarities of the countries which they came from.

The Institute traditionally organizes advanced training courses for Russian teachers from abroad. This year, teachers from Armenia, India, Croatia, Germany and Bulgaria arrived in Moscow.

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