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Russia launches language TV quiz for foreigners

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Russia launches language TV quiz for foreigners


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The TV quiz on the knowledge of the Russian language for foreigners, who study or work in Russia, will be aired on the MIR TV channel. Participants will answer questions and complete tasks together with the famous TV presenter Anton Komolov, according to MK.

In addition to knowledge of the grammar of the Russian language, the participants will have to show erudition in the history of Russia and the etymology of catchphrases, as well as demonstrate quick-wittedness and a sense of humor. According to the presenter, it will be interesting for viewers to follow the intense and gambling struggle of the participants.

Also, the TV game will feature interesting stories of foreigners living in Russia. Guests will talk about what stereotypes about the country turned out to be false, about their travels in Russia and getting to know its inhabitants.

The first episode will bring together the British and the team, which includes a Frenchman and a guest from Canada.

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