Hello to everyone studying Russian! My name is Olga and I come from the city of Izhevsk, Russia. I have been working as a teacher of English and German since 2004. I teach adults and teenagers one-to-one, in groups or online.
I graduated for Glazov Pedagogical Institute where my majors were Russian, English and German linguistics, Pedagogy and Psychology and methods of teaching. As I really love my profession so much and in order to broaden my horizons I decided to apply for the grant by Fulbright Program for the coming 2016-17 academic year. I would be proud to inform that I was selected as a priciple candidate for the position of a Russian Language Assistant and a Russian teacher at one of the universities in the USA. So now I am extremely interested in teaching YOU my native language because I need some more practical experience for my future employment. All study materials are free of charge, authentic and based on current Russian language used in everyday communication, songs, films, etc.
Do not hesitate to contact me as I am looking forward to teaching you my native language :)
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