RL102-1 basic Russian grammar lesson 1
Playout date: 8 January 2007
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Camera: Logitech Webcam
Post Production: Windows Movie Maker – heavy use
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Music used: Moscow Nights/Podmoskovnye vechera cover
Languages used: Russian, English
The pronouns are a very useful thing to learn early in the study of Russian. They show us the way other words, nouns and adjectives, might be likely to behave, and they stand in for a wealth of nouns the learner, by definition, does not yet know.
This lesson, the first of the actual grammar course proper following on from the alphabet course, is one of my highest watched videos and highest appreciated ones of all time.
The intro music is the theme from Sherlock Holmes by Daszkiewicz.
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