My name is Anna and I am a native Russian teacher from St Petersburg.
I am a professional Russian teacher and I have wide experience of teaching Russian as a foreign language. I have been teaching Russian online for 15 years. I was working full-time at Saint Petersburg University for a long time; this March I decided to stop working there, to work full time online.
As a result, I know exactly what areas cause the biggest problems for students.
My main goal is to make the process of learning Russian more enjoyable. I love my language and I am happy to help people who are trying to learn Russian. Therefore, I created a Youtube Channel Russian from Russia, where I offer free Russian lessons.
On my channel Russian from Russia, you can find lessons about: Russian Life, Russian Traditions and Customs, Tips on Learning Russian, Russian Verbs of Motion, etc. You can start with 7 Language Learning Tips for Adults, in which I give recommendations that work 100%.
But that’s not all. I also have a podcast on Russian verbs. It is called Russian verbs from Russia. Two times a month I publish a new episode, in which I explain differences among easily confused verbs. These subtle differences among various Russian verbs are difficult to understand without the help of a native Russian teacher.
Why am I unique? Because I developed a way to explain Russian grammar and vocabulary in Russian and I translate only the most difficult words into English. In that way, students make faster progress and really learn to speak Russian. For example, here you can see what a polyglot, Mr Kaufmann, thinks about my work.
You’re the reason I started making Russian learning material, and I hope you’ll enjoy learning Russian with me!