Russian Language Course

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About This Course

What You’ll Learn
  • Students improvise essential skills like problem-solving, critical thinking approach, self-employment, content writing, communication skills, and so on.
  • The course focuses on language proficiency in form of speaking and listening for a better learning experience to understand the language.
  • Students will be learning advanced grammar, alphabet uses of phrases, sentence structure, and other language prospects.
  • The course teaches how to speak Russian without with using accent techniques to indulge with a particular language.
  • The course exaggerates language learning atmosphere, grammatical concerns, cultural aspects, and regional parameters.

About this course

The course specified simple terms and is designed in a manner where students learn multiple aspects about Russian because of language learning barriers which are including in it. With this, beginners can easily understand the basics of Russian language that are compulsory to reach an advanced level.
In addition to this, The course is termed as most standardized language course of InteliGenes where experts have simple vision to make you much proficient with Russian language environment.

However, the course offers various effective classes which are much worthy and dynamic to Russian language for improvising language skills by following set of instructions in concerned with modern parameters. In this way, students would be having several practical sessions, live classes, and exam-conducted sessions to create positive impact on language learning. With this, students can easily check their learning performance and get remedies to work on negative learning parameters that stop language learning.

Suggested by top Companies

This InteliGenes Russian language course is highly profiled and dynamic in concerned with modern parameters where companies admire to facilitate this language course to their employees and staffs for better working culture. The companies and institutes are highly profiled as well standardized that suggest this language course to their better working culture; IIFL, Flying Monarch Academy, Astro Kirpa, Azure, and many more.

Requirements

  • For joining this course, students must be having the potential spirit to clear all language barriers for better learning objectives.
  • Students who are new to this field can join this language course without any limitations or barriers.
  • The requirements are simple and can arise from the side of students who is a passionate mindset to learning the Russian language.
  • Students don’t require to have basic knowledge of Russian and can simply learn the concepts throughout the course of sessions.

FAQs

What is the level of courses?

Basically, a language course involves three basic stages where they can expand their learning according to preferences and advancement. With this, students can easily learn the concepts and several topics which are included in Russian that would be beneficial to the students. Let’s discuss those three levels which are much relevant to language learning;

  • Basic level course
  • Intermediate level course
  • Advanced level course

What topics are covered under the course?

Russian language course is designed in a manner where students learn language parameters as well as skillful parameters to introduce various learning aspects for better living standards. With this, students can easily get many updates and notifications about language learning parameters in concerned with modern parameters.

Will I get support through this course?

Students get a full support system from the experts and counselors who are there to guide better career chances and learning objectives concerned with modern parameters. With this, students can get instructor guidance to reliable with better opportunities and career guidance.

Enroll on Course

Students would be having several opportunities and career scopes while joining the course!

The course includes;

  • Students get well-diversified language classes and live sessions in the Russian language
  • Get support from customer services from the InteliGenes campus
  • Offering E-books facilities, Downloading Russian language content and topics

Course Specification

  • Many validated and standardized courses in the Russian language
  • The course has specifications in scheduled classes with the vibrant learning atmosphere
  • A huge crowd of Russian language batches
  • Grab placement opportunities with the course

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What makes a class perfect? find out by joining several language classes under better guidance and supervision!

Learning a foreign language is a process that requires dedication, time, and a lot of practice. Remember that regularity is the key, so make sure to keep the streak and dedicate a couple of minutes every day to finish at least one lesson of the course.

In case you have any questions regarding this course or if you require any further explanation, I have created a community Facebook page where you can post all of your questions and get a prompt answer from me, personally.

This course consists of 7 sections each of them covering a different topic. You will be gradually introduced to Russian grammar. Every time you start a new grammar topic you will be given straight-to-the-point summarised information which will help you structure the knowledge in your head and place the learned portion in the correct place in the puzzle.

You don’t need to know everything in order to become fluent in Russian, all you need to know is to build the base correctly and that is exactly what this course will help you do!

BASIC (TORFL level)

Students have the ability to communicate in a limited number of the most familiar and everyday situations in a Russian-speaking environment. The TORFL test consists of five parts:

Reading Competence:

Students are able to read and extract the main points of short simple authentic texts (such as newspaper headings public notices, signs, ads, etc). Students are expected to read general matter texts in Cyrillic.

Writing Competence:

Students are able to reproduce in written form (Cyrillic) the context of a simple text, answer simple questions and write a short letter, notice, greeting card, etc.

Listening Competence:

Students are able to follow short oral dialogues (10-14 lines) and monologues on everyday topics and to extract specific information (topic, place, time, reason) without necessarily understanding every word.

Oral Competence:

Students are able to participate in simple conversations, respond appropriately to questions of conversational nature based on a limited number of everyday situations, to start a conversation, and express themselves in simple (standard) situations. Students are also expected to carry on a conversation about themselves and express their own opinion.

Structural competence:

Students must be able to demonstrate their Russian language knowledge of basic grammar (conjugation, declination, use of tenses) and lexical systems A minimum vocabulary of about 300 words is necessary.

All five competencies are equally weighted – 20% each.
There are three pass grades: A, B, and C, and certificates are awarded to all successful candidates.

INTERMEDIATE (TORFL level 1)

Students have the skills needed to survive in social and working Russian-speaking environments. The TORFL test consists of five parts:

Reading Competence:

Students are able to read small authentic texts (newspapers, magazines, books, etc.) of both informative (factual) and descriptive nature. They must demonstrate the ability to understand the main points as well as specific details.

Writing Competence:

Students are expected to reproduce the context of a text (reproduction) and write their own composition, such as a letter, a card, etc. (a productive type task). The written text should contain no less than 20 sentences (110 words).

Listening Competence:

Students are able to understand short oral dialogues and extract factual information (topic, time, relations, characteristics, purposes, causes, etc.). They are also expected to make sense of longer dialogues and the attitudes of speakers. Listening texts (announcements, news items, etc.) are also included in the test. There are two tasks in the test (three monologues and three dialogues).

Oral Competence:

Students are tested by two examiners (an Interlocutor and an Assessor). Students are able to participate in a dialogue, respond appropriately to questions of conversational nature, and start and finish their own conversation. Students are also expected to be able to converse on various topics (about themselves, their work, profession, interests, hobbies, families, their country, their city, etc.). There are 4 parts to the test (14 items).

Structural competence:

Students must be able to demonstrate their knowledge of grammar and lexical systems, making simple statements in standard situations. The required vocabulary is approximately 2000 words. There are four parts to this test.

All five tests are equally weighted – 20% each.
There are three pass grades: A, B, and C, and certificates are awarded to all successful candidates.

ADVANCED (TORFL level 2)

The TORFL test consists of five parts:

Reading Competence:

Students are able to read fluently various intermediate-level texts. Students must show an understanding of the main points as well as of specific details, understand the author’s viewpoint and reproduce the given text logically. The test consists of 3 sections, each of which consists of two tasks (text and reading test respectively).

Writing Competence:

Students are expected to write their own versions of texts they have heard or read with the ability to summarize (plans, notes) and to write their own informative texts in the form of personal or business letters, inquiries, applications, etc. Students must complete three tasks:
1) reproduce the heard text in written form;
2) compile their own version of the read text;
3) write a formal or informal text characterizing a person or an object.

Listening Competence: Students are able to understand everyday life conversations (announcements, news, TV features, etc., which explicitly express speakers’ attitudes). Students are able to extract factual information, speakers’ intentions, aims and motives, opinions, and relations from the text.

Oral Competence:

Students are able to participate in a guided conversation, initiate a dialogue by asking questions on the topic of the conversation, describe something they have seen, express their opinion, and achieve their communicative intentions in a conversation. There are two parts to the test:
1) question answering from recorded texts;
2) role-play with an examiner, where TV news or comments are used to guide and stimulate the interaction.

Structural competence:

Students must be able to demonstrate their ability to use all lexical and grammatical means of the Russian language course.A vocabulary of about 4000 words is required.

All five tests are equally weighted – 20% each.
There are three pass grades: A, B, and C, and certificates are awarded to all successful candidates.

PROFICIENCY (TORFL level 3)

This level provides high-level final qualifications in the Russian language. This level is referred to as an advanced stage of proficiency, allowing professional activity in philology, translation and interpreting, editing, journalism, diplomatic service, and management in a Russian-speaking environment.

Tested are the following abilities:

Reading Competence:

Students are able to understand and interpret appropriately various texts of cultural and business language nature, to read authentic texts, and make elementary text analyses. Students should show various reading skills including scanning and detailed reading and be able to apply and combine these methods.

Writing Competence:

Students are expected to write their own versions of heard and read texts and show their ability to analyze the information (notes, reports, formal/informal letters) in detail. Real-world materials (articles, brochures, advertisements, formal/informal letters, etc.) are taken as references. In addition, candidates must write a composition of a descriptive, narrative, or discursive nature (an article, an essay, and a longer letter). Texts are written for a specified purpose and target reader. Students must complete three tasks:
1,2) to reproduce the heard text in written form;
3) to write a composition showing comprehension of the matter and expressing their own attitude to the problem.

Listening Competence:

Students are expected to understand recorded texts in detail including the speakers’ attitudes and feelings. Texts take the form of radio and TV features, extracts from fiction films, plays, public speeches, etc.

Oral Competence:

Students are able to participate in a guided conversation, initiate a dialogue by asking questions on the topic of the conversation, describe something they have seen, express their opinion, and achieve their communicative intentions in a conversation. There are two parts to the test:

1) question answering from recorded texts;

2) role-play with an examiner, where TV news or comments are used to guide and stimulate the interaction.

Structural competence: Students are able to demonstrate their knowledge of the language system, to apply appropriate language units and structures by completing the tasks based partly on authentic texts taking into consideration the texts’ stylistic coloring.

All five tests are equally weighted – 20% each.
There are three pass grades: A, B, and C, and certificates are awarded to all successful candidates.

FLUENCY (TORFL level 4)

This level is referred to as an advanced stage of proficiency very close to the native-speaker level. It provides high-level final qualifications in the language.

Reading Competence:

Students are expected to understand the detailed content, tone, and context of various kinds of texts: abstract, professional, fiction, and literature.

Writing Competence:

Students are expected to write their own versions of any kind of text, to show their ability to analyze the information in great detail. In addition, candidates must write a composition of a descriptive, narrative, or discursive nature (an article, an essay, and a long letter).

Students must complete three tasks:

1) compile their own text on the basis of a reading text;
2, 3 – write a composition without background texts.

Listening Competence: Students are expected to extract information, interpret speakers’ attitudes and recognize the implications of stress and intonation. Texts take the form of radio and TV features, extracts from fiction films, public speeches, etc.

Oral Competence:

Students are expected to achieve any aims in both prepared and non-prepared speeches showing skills necessary to build up their communication strategy and to influence the audience accordingly.

Structural competence:

Students are able to demonstrate their knowledge of the linguistic system, to use actively structural, grammatical and lexical units in separate short texts as well as in extracts from larger texts taking into account their stylistic usage and ability to use appropriate lexical and grammatical means of the Russian language.

All five competencies are equally weighted – 20% each.
There are three pass grades: A, B, and C, and certificates are awarded to all successful candidates.

Learning Objectives

Russian Language from basic to advanced
The complete Russian language grammar
More than 3000 words and phrases
Covers grammar and vocabulary from A1, A2, and B1 levels!

Requirements

  • No prior requirements

Target Audience

  • People who would like to learn Mandarin Chinese in an effective and fun way. The course is for beginners and/or people who want to take HSK1 and/or HSK2 exams.
  • People who live and work in China
  • Learners who are interested in Chinese language
  • Students enrolled in a Chinese language school or majoring in Chinese in college
  • People who travel to China
  • People who would like to communicate with their Chinese friends

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