Russian Made Easy: Learn Russian Podcast

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RussianMadeEasy.com Podcast: Learn Russian Quickly and Easily with Speed Learning Techniques. Russian Language teaching expert Mark Thomson has taught thousands of people to speak Russian with his various online Russian courses and programs.
Mark has created this podcast for learning Russian specifically for beginners who would like to start speaking and understanding Russian right-away. Podcast notes, additional exercise audios, and videos for learning Russian can be found at the home of the Russian Made Easy Podcast: RussianMadeEasy.com

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http://russianmadeeasy.com
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Easily Learn Russian With Audio Mp3 and Video
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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-11-09 12:43
last episode published
2013-06-30 14:07
publication frequency
1.35 days
Contributors
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author   owner  
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Number of Episodes
30
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
30.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #30– Final Exam

RussianMadeEasy.com Podcast: In this episode of Russian Made Easy you’ll be taking your final exam. You’ve put a lot of work into the language….let’s see how you did!
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
29.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #29– Learn how to say they in Russian

Learn how to say “they” in Russian. This is it: The final verb conjugation in Russian. After this episode, you will have mastered all six forms of Russian verbs, as well as all six grammatical cases. A major accomplishment!
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
28.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #28– the verb to give in Russian

How to use the verb “to give” in Russian. You’ll also learn the dative case in Russian, which is our sixth and final case.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
27.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #27– How to say we in Russian

How to say “we” in Russian. Today we learn the 5th of the six verb forms in Russian: We. We speak, we live, we work and so on. And we also apply it to the past tense. Once again, your ability to express yourself in Russian takes a big leap forward.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
26.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #26– More Russian verbs past tense

In this episode, we continue learning more Russian verbs in the past tense. He said, she said, I wanted, you wanted…These are very common expressions, and you’ll master them in this podcast.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
25.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #25– Learn how to use the past tense in Russian

Learn how to use the past tense in Russian. Good news: Using the past tense in Russian is easy. We’ll learn how to use lots of verbs to say what we did and who we spoke to.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
24.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #24– Learn Russian greetings and smalltalk

Learn Russian greetings and smalltalk. In this episode you’ll learn the casual ways Russians greet each other, and how to ask how’re things? Every conversation starts this way, so it’s another must-know lesson!
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
23.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #23– continue learning how to speak formally

In this episode we continue learning how to speak formally in Russian. You’ll also get important practice switching between casual and formal forms in Russian.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
22.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #22– How to use adjectives in Russian

How to use adjectives in Russian. Learn how to say “beautiful” and “delicious” in Russian, and learn how adjectives work. You’ll also learn about neuter nouns, and a mysterious Russian food called salo!
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
21.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #21– How to speak formally in Russian

How to speak formally in Russian. Russian has two ways of addressing people, which is why in this episode, you’ll learn the formal forms of Russian speech. Be sure to use the formal one with adults you don’t know.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
20.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #20– Midterm 2

How to say, “I have” in Russian. In this episode you’ll also learn how to ask your Russian friends what things they have. And you’ll continue to build your Russian vocabulary with new content words.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
19.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #19– How to say,“I have” in Russian.

In this episode you’ll also learn how to ask your Russian friends what things they have. And you’ll continue to build your Russian vocabulary with new content words.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
18.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #18– How to say,“I need” in Russian.

How to say, “I need” in Russian. Do you need the internet? Do you need a telephone? A car? A computer? In this episode, you’ll be able to tell people what you need, and ask them the same questions. Plus you’ll learn the answer to one of the most common...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
17.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #17– How to say,“I speak Russian”…in Russian.

How to say, “I speak Russian”…in Russian. If you’ve made it this far in these podcasts, you can now call yourself a Russian speaker. So, in this episode you’ll learn how to talk about the languages you speak, and ask your Russian friends if they speak ...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
16.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #16– Learn how to say where you work in Russian.

our Russian skills have landed you a job in Kiev. There you are at work when your cell phone rings. It’s Natasha. In this episode, you’ll learn to tell her you’re at work, but you’ll also be able to ask her where she is so you can meet her later.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
15.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #15– How to say I live in

How to say, “I live in _____,” in Russian. It’s one of the most common topics of conversations. Learn how to talk about what city or state you live in, and ask your Russian friends the same thing. Plus you’ll learn the superior new method for mastering...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
14.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #14– How to tell people where you are in Russian

How to tell people where you are in Russian, and ask your Russian friends where they are. In this episode you’ll learn to tell people if you’re at work, at a cafe, in a store, and so on. Plus you’ll learn a secret that will make learning Russian easier...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
13.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #13– Master the Russian phrase,“Let’s go,” or,“Let’s head out.”

Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
10.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #12– i love you in russian

Do you have a trip planned to Russia or Ukraine? In episode #12 you’ll learn how to talk about Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kiev and Odessa. And whereas in the previous episode you learned to talk about your likes and dislikes, now you’ll learn how to say “...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
10.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #11– Learn to discuss your likes and dislikes in Russian.

RussianMadeEasy.com EP-011 – Learn to discuss your likes and dislikes in Russian. Do you like rock music? Jazz? Blues? You’ll learn to talk about music and invite someone to dance.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
9.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #10– Cumulative Test

This episode is a cumulative test of everything you’ve been learning in the first nine episodes of Russian Made Easy. You’ll be amazed at how much you’ve learned to say and understand in Russian.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
1.06.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #9– The right way to learn Russian verb conjugations

RussianMadeEasy.com – Mark explains the right way to learn Russian verb conjugations.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
31.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #8– Mark shows you casual Russian speech.

RussianMadeEasy.com – Since you’ll mostly likely be talking to Russian friends, Mark shows you casual Russian speech.  And you’ll master one of the most common cases in Russian grammar.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
29.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #7– Ordering in restaurants and clever trick for improving your Russian skills.

RussianMadeEasy.com –  Picking up where episode 6 left off…ordering food in a Russian restaurant. You’ll also learn a clever trick for improving your Russian skills.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
28.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #6– Order food and drinks and learn a Russian fluency trick

RussianMadeEasy.com – Mark shows you the real way to order food and drinks in Russian. You’ll also learn what a construction is, and how it can turn you into a fluent speaker of Russian!
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
27.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #5– More speaking practice and an expert memorization technique

RussianMadeEasy.com – Mark shares the technique used by language learners and memory experts across the globe. He calls them PowerPhrases, but by any name, mnemonic devices are an important tool for learning Russian.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
26.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #4– Breakdown of one of the toughest Russian words

RussianMadeEasy.com – The Russian word for “Hello” is one of the toughest words in Russian, but Mark breaks it down for you into small, easy pieces. You’ll also learn an old-school technique for mastering Russian. Everyone knows it, but will you actual...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
25.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #3– Learn Nationalities in Russian and learn the big pronunciation myth.

RussianMadeEasy.com – Along with learning the Russian word for American, Australian, British and Canadian, Mark dispels the biggest myth about Russian pronunciation, and takes aim at those who critique your pronunciation.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
24.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #2– My and your in Russian and the secret to Russian grammar

RussianMadeEasy.com  – How to say my in Russian, and how to say your in Russian, plus common Russian foods. In this second podcast, you’ll learn one of the secrets of Russian grammar: It’s a rhyming language. And you’ll learn the importance of super-li...
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author
22.05.2013

RussianMadeEasy.com #1– Mark introduces two speed learning techniques for Russian

Mark introduces two speed-learning techniques you will be using throughout this audio course . Using cognates and contextual learning, you will easily learn to tell others about you, your family, and occupations in Russian.
Mark Thomson: Russian Language Teaching Expert author