Hello everybody. Today’s episode of Very Much Russian podcast covers five informal and very informal Russian expressions. Listen to the audio, read the transcript, and watch you Russian reach the levels you never thought it can reach. 🙂Audio and transcript
Intermediate and advanced Russian
for intermediate and advanced learners
Очень по-русски (Very Much Russian) is an audio podcast for intermediate and advanced Russian learners. Every episode is dedicated to the Russian slang, idioms and colloquial expressions that you won't find in your standard textbooks.
If you are an upper-intermediate or advanced Russian learner, this is a place for you to boost your Russian to a completely new level. The audio is recorded at a normal conversational speed and can be downloaded for offline use.
Hello friends! In today’s episode of Very Much Russian podcast you will learn a few widely used Russian idioms where chickens and crayfish play the first roles. Listen to the audio, follow the transcript, and I wish you a pleasant passtime! 🙂Audio and transcript
Hello friends! I’m using this last episode of this year to wish you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! This episode is a bit different, it covers not only some useful Russian words and expressions but also a bit of Russian culture related to the upcoming holidays, modern Russian Christmas and New Year traditions. I hope you’ll find it interesting, it’s full of references and has a bonus in the end. 🙂Audio and transcript
In today’s episode of the “Very Much Russian podcast” we’ll discuss Russian words and expressions that Russians use to, as we say, “send somebody off”. In other words, today you’ll learn how to tell somebody to go to hell and other places. The episode covers the wide range of expressions starting with an innocent “leave me alone” and finishing with “four-letter” words.Audio and transcript