• I’m an international student currently studying in Prague. I freely speak Russian, Ukrainian, and English.
• I’m not a professional teacher, however, I did help foreigners with Russian/Ukrainian in my home country of Ukraine.
• I’m an outgoing, chill person who likes to teach people something new.
• To start freely speaking Russian, aside from working with a tutor you would have to learn the alphabet and grammar in your spare time.
• I could provide you with helpful resources that could speed up your learning of a language considerably.
Find friends from Post-Soviet countries. Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan etc. Most people from those countries have Russian as their first or second language.
No, it is not. Even for native speakers it can get hard and confusing. Foreigners seem to struggle the most with pronunciation, however grammar is the hardest part.
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