RL101-10 Russian Alphabet
Playout date: 24 December 2006
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Camera: Logitech Webcam
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Music used: Daleko daleko (Far away) by Nosov, sung by Red Army Choir
Languages used: English, Russian
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The last in the first series of the Huliganov Russian Course, here I put the alphabet, previously learned by grouping the letters from provenance, all back together again in dictionary order, along with a demonstration of handwriting using colours to show the order of attack for each letter when writing cursively.
It all wraps up with the usual crap joke and this time a rather poorly performed version of won of my favorite songs of all time, Daleko Daleko, by Nosov, in the version of Belayev, of the Red Army Choir.
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