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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Little survey (Небольшой Опрос)


How many of you, my dear listeners, would be interested in learning how to write in Russian cursive? Please, e-mail me.

Update: survey is closed

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Of course! Any learning resources will be desirable!

Listener from Northern Ireland.

Fernando Rincón said...

Hi there! I just found your podcast, I'm a 100% Mexican, well, Spanish as well, but just as pretty much every single Mexican, anyway, I own a language training facility, and I "teach" several languages, btw, I'm Fernando Rincón and I'm seriously considering learning Russian, just because of you, I mean, this is a very good podcast. Keep it up, Bye.

William Walker said...

Hi Natalia,

I've just discovered you Podcast and I'm visiting your website for the first time...

I've started working with a few Russians and would like to be able to speak with them in their native language -- plus it gives me an opportunity to learn a new language.

I would definitely like to learn to write Russian as well.

I hope you can continue with this Podcast.

Séverine said...

Dear Natalia,
I listen to your podcast with great interest! I'm a french teacher in Florence, Italy. Of course it would be great to learn how to write this way. but the thing I prefer is when you speak and explain afterwards.
Thank you for everything!
Séverine

Anonymous said...

I enjoy your podcast very much. For me learning cursive Russian is more than I can attempt at the current time.

dba18 said...

Natalia, I just found your website and am thrilled with the content! So much to learn...so little time....

Victoria

Anonymous said...

Hi!
I'm Catalan, from Barcelona, and just started teaching myself Russian as I have little free time. I bought a Russian grammar without CD (well in fact I also bought a "Learn Russian In 30 Days" book first, which is proving to be extremely useful, and a "Russian for tourists" book as well) so finding your podcast is wonderful! I find it a fascinating language. I love languages! So I want to thank you for your wonderful blog.