If it’s a large block – yes. Also, if you are doing a lot of hours per week or long lessons, I can give you a discount.
You can pay by bank transfer on line, in cash or by cheque.
I will happily refund the money. Just let me know.
For long term courses, yes. I will recommend the best book for you and will send you a link online, so that you could order it.
Doing homework is important, but you don’t have to dedicate hours and hours to it. Doing an hour or two every week is already a good effort. But of course the more homework you do, the faster you progress.
A typical lesson lasts 1 hour. It’s just enough for doing enough revision, practice, new material, covering all the language skills – speaking, reading, listening. However, 1 hour and a half and 2 hour lessons are a popular option as …
Yes, you certainly can, which will be scheduled to suit your availability. But please remember the 24 hour late cancellation rule.
No, Russian is very uniform in the whole of the Russian speaking world. We do not have any striking dialects or regional accents. Which makes understanding Russian speakers easier!
Yes, I am. I have a university degree in linguistics and language teaching. I take my job seriously!
Yes, I am. Am not only a Russian native speaker but also a professional linguist with many years of teaching experience behind it.
Russian is a European language, so anyone who has ever learned Latin or German or another European language, will find exactly the same concepts and similar rules. However, Russian grammar is rich and often complex, and Russian vocabulary is completely …
A definite no. Unless you just want to learn a limited set of phrases.
That varies greatly from person to person and depends on a lot of factors. An average learner needs about 20 hours to master the basics, and another 20 to start speaking at an intermediate level. But this is a very …
Lessons cancelled or rescheduled less than 24 hours in advance will be counted as taught and charged for.
Yes, I have no extras, no hidden charges