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Russian Culture and Science Center in Bratislava takes part in the LingvaFest-2019 in Bratislava. Foreign students learned about Russian universities and study programs; they have learned new information on Russia and Russian language courses. At the Russian Culture and Science Center stand the guests saw various advertisements on our country, information on new textbooks and teaching aids, Rossotrudnichestvo website informs.
The Russia's stand is pretty popular. Many people ask questions on everyday life, national universities, and contemporary Russian-language press that could be used during RSL lectures.
Festival organisers want to attract attention of students, teachers, polyglots to the language diversity. They have provided foreigners with information on various study possibilities.
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