LANGUAGE APPS REVIEWS
Russian Radio Stations
In the past, you had to have a radio or sit at a laptop in order to listen to the radio. But now, with apps like Russian Radio, you can do it directly from your Smartphone! This app gives you access to hundreds of Russian-language radio stations with a great variety of content. That way, you can choose the topics that interest you most and listen to those — from talk shows to pop music to news stations. For learners of all levels — and especially for advanced learners who want exposure to naturalistic speech — this app is great for improving your Russian listening skills.
Conor Clyne has lived in 8 countries and travelled to over 70 in the past 15 years. Although not talented at all with languages in school, he subsequently learnt or is currently learning to speak 12 languages, including French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Romanian, Irish, Ukrainian and Catalan, in addition to, his native English. Inspired by the other polyglots who participated at the first Polyglot Conference in Budapest in 2013, Conor subsequently started his own website and YouTube channel called "Language Tsar" at www.languagetsar.com.
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