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Learn Russian Diversified

78 pages42 minutes


***New Bonus chapter inside*** 10000 Flash Cards with the most frequent Russian words!

Most of you would agree that the Russian language is certainly not the easiest language to learn. It was not the easiest for me either. However, it was certainly the most beautiful language, and it opened a whole lot of horizons in my life. Most importantly, it helped me to completely change my approach to language learning—I applied science to it, I explored how the human memory works, and I avoided obstacles like boredom and procrastination. 

This book is a complete comprehensive guide that will take you step by step on how to learn Russian with effective techniques and free Internet resources. 

The techniques engage all of your senses and stimulate your memory. They aim to make your learning experience better, more effective, and, ultimately, more fun. 

The list of Internet resources and educational material is handpicked through a ton of resources that are available out there. Here, you will not get bombarded with an infinite list of resources that promise to teach you Russian. You can do that yourself with a simple Google search. Instead, you will only find a limited list of online resources that work and are straightforward for self-learning. 

Most importantly, the approach of this book is holistic. Most of the techniques are universal and can be applied not only to Russian but also to any other language or subject. Learning Russian should be much more than just learning a language.

In greater detail, this is what you get inside: 

• How to learn Russian through films with an optimal setup on your computer including English and Russian subtitles. 
• How to use the power of associations to link everything in your head and never forget. 
• How to use Google Translate and Wiktionary to break a word down into its roots. 
• How to use mind maps to link concepts together and stimulate your memory recall. 
• How to effectively learn vocabulary using the two-column technique, visualization, Cal Newport’s active recall technique, gestures, and body movements. 
• How to practice Russian while walking on the street (exactly as the kids learn a language). 
• How to tackle the most difficult part of the Russian language (grammar cases) using a backward learning approach, patterns and grammar sacks. 
• Links to free online resources like films, cartoons, subtitle files, and all you need to learn Russian on your own at no cost. 
• How to combine learning Russian with something else you want to learn and keep your motivation high.
• How to reduce your “affective filter” when learning a language, be less sensitive, take more risks, communicate more, and become fluent faster. 

Get the book now and enjoy the Russian language! Спасибо!

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