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Should I Learn to Speak Russian?

It's amazing the difference a few months can make. I've seen students who knew nothing of Russian -- not one word -- and in a few months with a good, well-rounded course, literally their lives were changed. "Changed?" you ask. "By learning Russian?"


Yes.


Foreign languages are keys which open new doors of opportunity. And even just a little Russian is enough to blow those doors wide open. Once you've crossed the threshold, you'll find out what all those who've gone before you have discovered: Russia is awash with opportunities.



Jobs are the first and most obvious payoff. Still in the grips of one of the worst economic downturns in our nation's history, job-seekers need to search everywhere for a worthwhile position. That search often takes them overseas, where native speakers of English often have their pick of the litter when it comes to jobs, depending on their underlying specialty. Americans with even just a few months of Russian under their belts have managed to land cushy teaching jobs in Moscow and St. Petersburg, example....even if they have no experience whatsoever in teaching. Others make use of their primary skills and re-market themselves in Russia: Engineers, programmers, architects and even pilot have all found lucrative spots in Moscow's bustling oil-fueled economy.


For other beginning students of Russian, opportunity comes in the form of self-discovery. I've known people who've traveled throughout the F.S.U. (Former Soviet Union) and came back as changed people, with a worldwide point of view and broadened horizon. Seeing how the other half lives puts your own life into greater perspective. still other students have made long-lasting relationships with Russian people. People have found their long-lost relatives. Photographers have found models, musicians have found bandmates....


...And men, of course, have found wives. Yes the abysmal success rate of American men seeking Russian brides -- as low as 2-3% most years -- speaks to the impassibility of the language barrier between our cultures. It's certainly no coincidence that the small percent of men who succeed in finding a Russian mate inevitably are the ones who bothered to learn a little Russian beforehand. As is the point of this article: Learning a little Russian can bring a lifetime's worth of happiness.


Regardless of what you're looking for, being able to speak Russian can change your life in amazing ways. So find an effective course and make the commitment.


Opportunity awaits.

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Easily Remember Russian Vocabulary

One trick to learning Russian vocabulary fast is from learning in context. Important to this technique is having the meaning be crystal clear, and completely unambiguous. The best thing about contextual learning is that it's organic and requires no effort...

except in the preparation of the phrase itself, which has to be done with great care.) You brain is designed to learn language this way...it's how you learned, in fact, every English word you know.

Of course, hearing it in context once is great. Hearing it a hundred times will really drill it in. And you'll be learning and feeling the word on a far deeper meaning, much closer to how native speakers grasp the word. Think about it. What if suddenly, by some bizarre new law, we were forced to suddenly call RUGS "covyours".

You'd wipe your feet on that little covyour on the front step, so you don't track dirt in the house. You'd go the World of Covyours store at the mall, and consider buying a covyour with some really elaborate design, made by hand. And so on. If everyone called rugs "covyours", you'd soon know this word every bit as well as Russians do.

To remember Russian words and phrases fast, use mnemonic devices and contextual learning, and you'll build a huge vocabulary in a flash.

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How to Learn and Remember Russian Words Fast

There's a few tricks out there to acquire a large Russian vocabulary in a short period of time. The first trick is the one most memory experts recommend: Using mnemonics. Mnemonics are memory devices, usually verbal. For example, who in science class wasn't taught about ROY G. BIV (Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Indigo Violet) as a way to remember the order of the colors of the rainbow? Mnemonic devices are a proven method for remembering otherwise obscure and hard-to-recall facts. And when used properly in studying Russian, mnemonics can help you build a massive vocabulary very quickly. Here are a few to get you started:

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Naturally Remember Russian Vocabulary

The second trick to help you learn Russian words fast is a new principle known as "contextual learning."  For all the power of mnemonic devices, they fix the word only in a superficial location in the brain. The deeper meaning of the word is usually lost on the learner.

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Learn to Read Russian Fast

There is a way to learn to read Russian in a very short period of time. Not being able to do it in months or days, but in hours. Far faster than you probably thought possible. But we have to be clear, here, exact what we mean by reading though: Do we mean, to sound out the Cyrillic letters in a word and pronounce them out loud so that a Russian speaker understands us?

Or do we mean, look at the printed Russian word and understand its meaning, even if we'd have trouble pronouncing it? Those are different skills. Both are easily attainable, but the first requires audio supplement. Since this article is in written form only, we will concentrate on the ability to decipher meaning. This will let us read Russian signs, for example, or surf the Russian internet.

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