Can you introduce yourself and make a great first impression in Russian?
Beginner Russian 2 is for you if you're familiar with pronunciation rules, the basics of the Russian alphabet, and you can say simple sentences.
Start here if you've already completed Russian 1 with us, or if you've studied Russian before and can confidently read and write, conjugate verbs in the present tense, use the nominative case with noun and adjective cases, and understand number and gender agreement.
Everyday vocabulary. Reflexive verbs. Past tense. Russian case system. Decline nouns, adjectives, and pronouns.
With a small group (averaging six students per class and capped at ten), you'll have an opportunity to engage in conversational Russian with other language learners with realtime feedback from the instructor.
By the end of our level two course, you'll be able to talk about your daily routine, talk about how you spent your day or weekend, and give and ask for the time and date.
We love questions, almost as much as we love providing answers. Here are a few samplings of what we're typically asked, along with our responses
All of our group classes meet for a total of 20 hours of live instruction. Some courses meet 2 hours once a week for a total of 10 sessions, while others meet 1 hour twice a week for a total of 20 sessions.
We know our students and teachers probably have holiday plans, so we don't hold classes on Federal holidays.
Plans change - we get it. You have until 7 days before the start date of your group course to make any cancelations or transfers. After that, we unfortunately cannot offer any refunds.
If you feel your level isn't the right fit, reach out to [email protected] before your second class and we will transfer you to a better fit, free of charge!
Dive deep into the curriculum, the course structure, and what you can achieve during the lessons ― straight from our advisors