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Just started learning
AnnaleeDate: Tuesday, 2012-07-10, 9:17 PM | Message # 1
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I have a question about learning languages.

When you start learning a language, do you generally start with nouns or verbs or something else? I am going to be doing an exchange with a native Russuan speaker for free and I want to figure out what to start with. I studied German a little bit many years ago and I can't remember what we did. Maybe we just started with greetings and social skill stuff.


Message edited by Annalee - Tuesday, 2012-07-10, 10:44 PM
OlgaDate: Wednesday, 2012-07-11, 2:11 PM | Message # 2
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Dear Annalee,

I think the best way is to have a texbook and follow it. The person, who wrote a book, put a lot of thoughts into it.
In good books the laguage is built up gradually.
If you speak German - it's a big plus for you, as German also has Case system of nouns.
If you studied German a little bit - it's still better than nothing, as you, porbably know some grammar concepts.

Buy our books and go ahead. Start with Reading Russian Workbook - it's only $14.99!
After you finish it - you will see whether it was worth your money.

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