Lesson 1. The translation of my Teacher’s Book has started. I will publish one chapter after another when they are ready, and finally I will publish the whole Teacher’s Book in English. I am doing that because I have a lot of requests from English-speaking teachers. The Teacher’s Book can be very useful for you, … Continue reading Teacher’s Book Soroka 1. Unit 3.
Words don’t exist by themselves. They are a part of a sentence. You will memorize it better when you try to remember it with other words, in a sentence. First, as I wrote before, make your own sentence with the new words you study — at least three. If the word has many different meanings, … Continue reading How to Drill Russian Words
The good thing here is that you have your spellcheck on. But it might be tricky with Russian. Which word is correct: поедим or поедем? There is only a one-letter difference in spelling. Both words are correct. The first one means “we will eat something” and the second word means “we will go somewhere by … Continue reading Spellcheck in Russian
You are very disappointed, right? How can you keep these words in your mind for long time? The answer is easy — use the words. How? For example, you can make three sentences with each word. You can write a little message using these words. If you don’t want to write, you can make a … Continue reading How to Keep Russian Words in Your Mind
OK, we have a list of words. Get some blank flashcards, write them down, and put the translation on the other side. Then read the word aloud. Make sure that you read it correctly. Use talking dictionaries, like Google Translate: Type your word, press the button with a speakerphone, and Google will read this word … Continue reading How to Memorize Russian Words