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Russian speaking club in Mons resumed its work

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Russian speaking club in Mons resumed its work


In September,the Russian speaking club for adults reopened at the Mons University Russian Center.

The purpose of the conversation club is to practice Russian for free in an informal setting. Participants gather at the Russian Center every week. The presenter of the club is the head of the Russian Center Claire Reversay.

The participants are offered topics for conversation, the teacher corrects mistakes in pronunciation, helps to formulate complete sentences, and also shares interesting anecdotes on the selected topic.

Classes are designed for two levels of Russian language proficiency: beginners (A1 / A2 according to the CEFR system) and advanced (B1).

Claire Reversay, Mons

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