• Beginner’s Course 5 helps you master more everyday situations in Russian. You’ll learn how to talk about the weather, to say what clothes you have and what you like. You’ll learn important words and expressions for communicating with a doctor or a pharmacist. You’ll also learn important words you can use at the table. For the first time you’ll talk about your thoughts - who or what you’re thinking about. In this course you’ll review and expand your knowledge of the genitive and the prepositional, and you’ll be introduced to the dative. The course corresponds to an upper beginner’s level of language learning and focuses on listening comprehension and speaking, giving you even more confidence in using Russian.

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    У тебя есть зонт? Part 1

    some new words about the weather and clothing to talk about "possession"

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    У тебя есть зонт? Part 2

    more words for clothing how to say you don't have something the genitive of neuter nouns

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    У тебя есть зонт? Review

    how to say you don't have something the genitive of masculine, feminine and neuter nouns the vocabulary of the last two lessons

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    Как Вы себя чувствуете? Part 1

    how to say something hurts

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    Как Вы себя чувствуете? Part 2

    more important words and expressions for going to the doctor or pharmacy the conjugation of чувствовать себя (to feel)

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    Как Вы себя чувствуете? Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons the verb чувствовать себя болит/болят + body part

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    Приятного аппетита! Part 1

    what the pieces of silverware are called how to ask someone to give you something the imperative of the verb дать (give)

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    Приятного аппетита! Part 2

    more words you can use at the table how to send your greetings to someone the rest of the personal pronouns in the dative the imperative of the verb передать

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    Приятного аппетита! Part 3

    the words друг, подруга, муж and жена the dative forms of masculine and feminine nouns

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    Приятного аппетита! Review

    the vocabulary of the last three lessons the imperative of дать and передать the dative forms of masculine and feminine nouns

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    Мне нравятся эти сапоги. Part 1

    the names of a few new items of clothing a few colors the demonstrative pronoun этот/эта/это (this)

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    Мне нравятся эти сапоги. Part 2

    the names of more items of clothing the verb нравиться (to please) how to say you like something

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    Мне нравятся эти сапоги. Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons the demonstrative pronoun этот/эта/это constructions with the verb нравиться

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    О ком ты думаешь? Part 1

    how to refer to a young man or woman in Russian the conjugation of the verb думать (to think) how to say what you're thinking about

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    О ком ты думаешь? Part 2

    the words for "woman" and "man" in Russian the prepositional for the question words кто (who) and что (what) the prepositional for masculine, feminine and neuter adjectives

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    О ком ты думаешь? Review

    the vocabulary of the last two lessons how to say what you're thinking about the prepositional of masculine, feminine and neuter adjectives

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