Russian Crash Course (Online)
Is the idea of learning Russian intimidating? This exceptionally fun and user-friendly class gets you speaking through improvisation, games, and role playing. Have a blast as you take on the role of a Russian secret agent to work with others to solve puzzles and stay undercover. This fast-paced, spy-themed course will help you to create simple conversations and quickly build your vocabulary in just four classes. Learn questions, numbers, food, possessions, professions, places, and useful phrases. This course will teach you how to be a smooth talker as well as how to actively develop your skills during the course of any conversation. Having grown up in St. Petersburg, your instructor, Anastasia Yagolnik, is an RFL certified native Russian speaker with six years of teaching experience. NOTE: This course will be offered via Zoom. Register now and then prior to class the instructor will send you the link to attend. Look for an email with "CFU Zoom class: Russian Crash Course" in the subject line. Good internet connection and a computer or device with a camera and mic are needed.
|Dates:||October 12 - November 2, 2020 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||Four Mon., 6-8PM Begins 10/12 (MT)|
|Location:||ONLINE: Via Zoom|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||Class time is in MT. Good internet connection and a laptop or device with camera and mic is needed. You should download Zoom in advance of class it is free to install, https://zoom.us/download. Look for an email from your instructor with the subject line CFU Zoom class for the link. Be ready to log on and join the meeting 5-10 minutes prior to the class start time so you will be ready when class begins. If you have trouble using the link, just go to Zoom.us, click "Join a Meeting" and enter the meeting ID provided in the instructor's email.|
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