Russian Lessons in Montreal

Our native-speaking qualified Russian teachers can guide you and your group  at your work or at home, at a time convenient to you. Classes can take place on any day of the week - even weekends - morning, afternoon or evening. If needs be, if meeting at your office or home is not suitable, you can take your lessons at the trainer's office. Study materials are supplied for you.


Russian 1-to-1 General

These Russian lessons are more general in nature and are targeted at students with a whole range of different needs. While all beginners level students can expect to cover Survival Russian - required for short visits to a country where English may not be spoken and/or the intention is to make good contacts with the local population, students then generally progress in different directions depending on their needs. Typical students include those buying property overseas, spouses of overseas nationals, people about to set off on that long-awaited world trip, Russian culture enthusiasts and those who are keen to pass a particular Russian examination.


Russian 1-to-1 Business

These Russian lessons are driven towards people who have a requirement to learn Russian to bolster their work output. For novices, you will find it useful to learn basic greetings and business etiquette; and once you have become more proficient then reading and writing will come to the fore. Typical students include those concerned with import/export, those seeking work in multinational companies, international negotiations, and anyone working with international colleagues or administration. Even on our most rudimentary beginners lesson, students can expect to finish the lesson with decent telephone and e-mail Russian, as well as a good enough grip on the language for a short trip to the country.


These are completely free and will take no more than 15 minutes

Russian Closed Group Lessons

Lessons in Russian are also accessible for 2 or more studying in tandem (Two-to-One Russian Lesson or Small Group In-Company Russian Lesson). All those involved must have around the same experience of the language, similar needs of areas of proficiency, and must be able to work at the same time and place. Bookings must be made for all students at the same time. Listen & Learn do not advise classes of more than 6-8 people, although In-Company Taster Russian sessions can be run with as many as 12 people.


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Russian Language Essentials

Top Russian Food/Drink
1) Borscht (beet & cabbage red soup)
2) Russian pancakes
3) Russian salad
Top 3 Russian Survival Phrases
1) Добро пожаловать! (Welcome!)
2) Как дела? (How are you?)
3) Спасибо! (Thank you)
The Most Difficult Things About Learning Russian
1) You must memorize a whole new alphabet.
2) Consonant clusters are hard to pronounce.
3) There are a multitude of case endings.
3 Surprising Facts About Russian
1) There’s a rule against Russian words starting with the letter “A”.
2) Russian surnames vary by gender.
3) Russian speakers outperform English speakers at distinguishing shades of blue.

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Top 3 mistakes Russian students makes
1) They misuse intonation.
2) They forget to memorize case endings.
3) They forget the "o" is pronounced 2 ways.


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