Russian language classes for adults 2020 - 2021

Where: Online

When: Every Saturday from 26th September 2020 to 12th Dec 2020 (10 weeks)

Tutor: Natasha Morrison (Bachelor’s Degree in Russian Language and Literature), qualified as a Teacher of Russian as a Foreign Language.

How to enroll: Please drop an email to natasha@russianedinburgh.org.uk


Classes offered

beginner

Time: Every Saturday from 12:30pm to 14:00pm

Textbook Ruslan 1 by John Langran

(see contents here)


post beginner

Time: Every Saturday from 9:00 am to 10:30 am

Textbook Ruslan 2 by John Langran

​(see contents here)


advanced level

Time: Every Saturday from 10:45 am to 12:15 pm

Textbook Ruslan 3 by John Langran

​(see contents here)


Fees

£135 for the block of 10 lessons

First lesson is free! Feel free to give it a try. If you enjoy your first lesson and see that this course is for you, you simply pay the fee for the block and continue your studies.



Some students’ reviews

“Natasha is an excellent teacher. She is passionate about teaching Russian and will make sure that all students understand all the new vocabulary, grammatical rules and meaning of texts and words. When discussing cultural subjects, she will always give real life examples from Russian life and help the students have a wider view of life in Russia. Natasha always encourages the students to attend cultural events and organises tickets and books places for the students to make sure they don't miss out. If a student misses a class, she always communicates via email with the student to let him/her know what she had worked on in the class, so that the student can catch up at home and do the homework for the next class. Natasha is always in a good mood and makes the class a very pleasant experience.”

“Thank you for being such a marvellous teacher. I can say absolutely, you have improved my understanding of Russian Grammar which, until I met you, was absolutely NO-UNDERSTANDING of RUSSIAN GRAMMAR!!”

“I always look forward to the classes which are extremely productive and engaging.”