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Photo: pixabay.com A paper version of a Russian ABC-book for bilingual children has been published in the United States. The book entitled Mother’s Primer includes twenty lessons for teaching reading and four more lessons with texts for reading practice.  It is developed...

24.12.2018 Subject: Russian Language

Photo: Ddr//wikimedia.org The representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in Brussels will start to operate a Russian Language Certification Center next year, RIA Novosti reports.  According to the head of the Russian Center for Science and Culture (RCSC), Vera Bunina, the first testing should take place next spring. The project participants...

17.12.2018 Subject: Russian Language

A delegation of the Russkiy Mir Foundation headed by the Executive Director Vladimir Kochin visited Soka University in Tokyo on December 8, where the Russian Center has been successfully operating for more than two years. This day the university hosted the 28th All-Japanese competition in Russian with the special prize from the university’s founder Daisaku Ikeda. The...

10.12.2018
Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Russian Language

Photo:  riigikogu.ee/Erik Peinar Only one vote saved Russian-speaking education in Estonia from being wiped out, Sputnik reports. Today the parliament of the country reviewed a draft bill, according to which all primary and secondary Russian-speaking schools have start switch to Estonian. The bill was prepared by Estonia’s Reform...

05.12.2018 Subject: Russian Language

“In the 21st century, the teenagers' speech has changed so significantly that they would need a translator to talk to a peer of the first half of the last century", President of the International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (MAPRYAL), head of the board of trustees of the Russian World...

03.12.2018
Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Russian Language

pixabay.com The next capital for the Total Dictation voting results have been summed up, TASS reports. More than 63 thousand people participated in it. Penza city came on the top of the list with 11 thousand votes. Rostov On Don was the second with  7,000 votes,, and the only foreign city Tallinn took the third place (6,000 votes). Stavropol and...

21.11.2018 Subject: Russian Language

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U.S. Republican senators have uncovered a secret Soviet agent sent to the United States back in 1991 to undermine the banking system there. This is the conclusion that can be drawn from the media buzz. It followed the Senate Banking Committee’s questioning of Professor Saule Omarova, Joe Biden's nominee for the top position in the U.S. Government Accountability Office, last week.
The Linguistics Forum 2021: Language Policy and Language Preservation was held at the Institute of Linguistic Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. How to preserve Russia's linguistic diversity amid the global decline in the number of languages? Director of the Institute of Linguistic Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and linguist Andrej Kibrik has the answer.
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The head of The Soviet War Cemetery Foundation from the Netherlands Remco Reiding has been taken care of the war memorial near Leusden and Amersfoort for more than twenty-five years. There are 865 Soviet prisoners of war and victims of Nazi concentration camps buried in the Rusthof Memorial Cemetery. More than 700 of them are still considered to be missing.
The biker movement emerged in the mid-20th century in Western countries. Its members sometimes interpreted the laws and rules quite freely. To this day, columns of motorcyclists in leather jackets cause puzzlement among police, drivers, and pedestrians. Russian-speaking bikers who open clubs and join associations in different countries around the world make efforts to change this attitude toward people on motorcycles. They take care of the Soviet soldiers graves, hold motorcycle rallies to commemorate war memorials, and help the authorities in keeping order.