Guide
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If you are already well read in Russian, but just can not master the spoken language, the easiest exit, of course, will move to Russia for permanent residence, and learn to speak with the direct constant contact withhis native language.However, if you are not so far-reaching plans, only deal with the teacher for whom Russian is their native language.
2
Catching up with a teacher, try to be proactive.Do not wait until the teacher will suggest possible job.Make interesting questions to study the subject, remember some interesting story (or anecdote) and offer to tell it in Russian.Teacher like that student initiative, and it will gi
ve you and additional material on the topics and beyond to help you and to learn the language of their own.
3
Determine exactly what associated with the development of skills of colloquial Russian speech, you wonder all do in life: to teach a short domestic expression memorize dialogues or texts, to write and remember aphorisms and proverbs, recite or spontaneously try to speculate ontopic.You can only deal with what you like, and can alternate between different methods of teaching Russian speaking.
4
Concentrate on what you are going to say that it will be interesting to you and the other party, rather than how you say it.Think about what topics you really interested in what topics you like to discuss in their own language.Imagine where and when you can start to talk about it, and who will be with you to talk about it.
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Take a piece of paper and write down what you are worried about your conversation as detailed as possible: what topics cause the most trouble, what exactly would you like to learn first.All of this will learn faster and more easily than any material in the textbook of the Russian language.Of course, this is also a textbook is not canceled, just the motivational material for you to be a point of reference for understanding the intricacies of Russian speech.