It’s one of the most spoken languages in the world. It is spoken by more than 260 million people around the world. It is spoken in Israel, the Balkans, Ukraine, Armenia and the USA
A big part of Russian culture can be discovered through its literature and language. The Russian language has an enormous amount of expressions you can’t find in English
Being a Slavic language, the Russian language shares a lot of similarities with languages such as Polish, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Czech
From the start of the new millennium, Russia has constantly been in the process of positioning itself as a major economic force
Russia is currently a member of G20, BRICS, the European Council, The United Nations, UNESCO and the World Trade Organization. This has made Russian a language that is commonly used in diplomatic exchanges
Many companies are looking for qualified international workers who master Russian. Moreover, because many directors and CEOs of corporations speak little to no English, Russian companies are in an increasing need of people who master both English and Russian to become their translators
There are huge job opportunities for Russian language specialist by the Federal agencies and regard it as the one most significant languages for the country
Russia covers approximately 1/8th of land surface in the world
Most of the Russian students are working in varied fields like engineers at NASA, banks in International markets, accounting firms, peace corporations, law firms and press. There are also career scope in the State Department and Commerce Department of the Federal Government
Russian truly is a rich language, both in its culture and the economic opportunities it provides
Professional Courses in Russian Language at LANGÉCOLE:
All batches are 4-6 hours a week. Classes are conducted at our Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai centres during Weekends and Weekdays.
All classes are dynamic and stimulate the students to communicate in the language they are learning.
All our lectures are conducted by Native or Bilingual professionals with experience overseas.
The students can establish and maintain social contacts in standard everyday situations; knows minimum language tools. Students will be able to read short simple texts from different sources (name of magazines and newspapers, signboards, direction signs, notices etc.); understand the basic and additional information from the adapted cross-cultural, journalistic and social texts
Students will be able to write a text of 20 sentences on one of the given topics: yourself, your family, study, learning a foreign language, working day, free time, hometown, health or weather; write a short summery of a text you read or heard on a given topic; understand short dialogues and extract factual information (theme, time, relations, characteristics of the objects, purposes, causes); understand expanded dialogues and express your own judgment about the statements and actions of the speakers, understand spoken announcements, news, socio-cultural information
Students understand an audio-text as a whole, understand details, show the ability to evaluate spoken speech (radio and TV programs, films extracts, recorded public speeches etc.) and judge about the relation of the speaker to the subject matter. They are also able to write own texts reflecting personal view on the subject matter as well as appellative texts