Learn Russian in Auckland
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Learn Russian in Auckland
Russia is the largest country in the world. Russian has over 140 million speakers and is spoken in Russia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, the Ukraine, Turkmenistan and other former soviet republic countries. Russian language skills are essential when doing business with Russia or with any of the former USSR states. Russian is a fascinating language to explore the culture and history of the region, and enriches any travel experience to a Russian speaking country. Russia is a large world economy and speaking Russian is useful for business, travel, and for understanding the people and culture of this vast region.
Russian learning options
Choose to learn Russian in the style that suits you best:
Russian classes at the Language Hub :
• Are 100% immersion
• Cover the four skills speaking, listening, reading and writing
• Focus on language acquisition and retention
• Cover 6 levels from beginners to advanced
• Are fun, effective and engaging
• Use international best practice teaching techniques
Your Pathway to Speaking Russian
Immerse yourself and get speaking
At the Language Hub your Russian classes will be entirely in Russian. You will learn how to read and write Russian, as well as improve your listening and speaking skills, and learn how to communicate effortlessly and confidently is this very important world language.
Russian class levels
Russian classes at Language Hub are broken down into 6 levels, with each level taking approximately one year to complete. These levels correspond to the levels given by the Common European Framework for Languages. Students start in Level A1, and progress through to level C2. A level C2 certificate acknowledges total fluency in Russian.
Meet your teachers
He comes from Barnaul, Russia, at the southern end of the Siberia. He obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Doctor’s Degree in Philology from Barnaul State Pedagogical University. After that he worked as a University Lecturer for about ten years. He also worked as a Russian-English interpreter. He is very passionate about teaching and find it very fascinating helping students achieving their goals.
Target your Learning to your Goals
The reason why you are learning Russian can change the way you learn it. If you have a specific goal in mind, get some tips to help you meet that goal: