First meeting: learning language from children’s books

At our first meeting with Inna we met at the school’s diner area and she taught me the most basic things in Russian. I have studied Russian very little before starting the Each one teach one -course but I forgot everything I managed to teach myself so it was better to start from the beginning.

 

First she wrote the Cyrillic alphabet, letter by letter on paper and told me how to pronounce them. It was really difficult and we laughed a lot.

 

After that she taught me numbers from one to ten in Russian and some Russian words to go with them. She also told me how the words in Russian are conjugated when used with different numbers. Inna also gave me a Russian children’s book so I could revise them on my own.

 

We only went through the alphabets and numbers but it felt pretty much so we decided it was enough for the day.

 

It was really nice to actually learn some Russian and I can’t wait for the next lesson!

At our first meeting with Inna we met at the school’s diner area and she taught me the most basic things in Russian. I have studied Russian very little before starting the Each one teach one -course but I forgot everything I managed to teach myself so it was better to start from the beginning.

 

First she wrote the Cyrillic alphabet, letter by letter on paper and told me how to pronounce them. It was really difficult and we laughed a lot.

 

After that she taught me numbers from one to ten in Russian and some Russian words to go with them. She also told me how the words in Russian are conjugated when used with different numbers. Inna also gave me a Russian children’s book so I could revise them on my own.

 

We only went through the alphabets and numbers but it felt pretty much so we decided it was enough for the day.

 

It was really nice to actually learn some Russian and I can’t wait for the next lesson!

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