Russian via Skype

Russian via Skype
Learn Russian by SKYPE with a professional teacher! Learning a language on Skype is flexible, effective and fun. Start speaking Russian from the very first lesson. It’s the ideal online solution for anyone wanting to learn the language for work, travel, or personal reasons. Online language tuition is such an effective method because your lessons will focus on the core skills of listening and speaking which are at the very heart of learning any language.

Advantages:
• A fun and easy way to learn Russian language
• You don’t need to move from your home or office, you save time; a teacher calls you by SKYPE
• You study regularly with experienced teacher
• Lessons are personalised according to your level, objectives, and focus of interest
• Flexible lesson times to fit your schedule
• Get instant feedback on your pronunciation
• You can continue your lessons even if your location changes from country to country
• No travel costs

Russian via Skype (12 weeks, once a week)

 

Price per hour Price per term
1 hr (60 min) class -  €30 €360
1.5hr (90 min) class-  €40 €480

 Russian language classes via Skype with Christian (Spain).

 

 

Christian is working for Google in Dublin. He is successfully studying the Russian language at Kalinka school for many years but when he travels on his business trips because of his work we have our classes on Skype. So, modern technology allows us continuous non-stop study and this is really helpful in the process of mastering the language.

Russian classes with Andrew O'Grady (Ireland).

 

 

I started learning Russian in University as an extra subject. I studied it for a year and always meant to go back to it. After I visited Russia last year I decided to return to the language back in Dublin as having a little background in the language was very helpful in Russia. Also my company at the time had an office in Moscow and another in Almaty, Kazakhstan, so I thought Russian would be a useful language for my work as an environmental consultant. I contacted Irina and started classes a week later.

Doing individual classes in Russian is very helpful as the language is quite complex so you can get more attention. While the language is difficult it is also very rewarding to learn if you persevere. Some time ago I got a new job in Sligo so I now do classes with Irina via Skype, which is different than face to face but still a good way to learn the language.

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