How to go about learning Russian?
I have learned some languages from the Romance language family, and the Germanic language family. I'm about to start learning Russian and I know that it is a highly inflected language. How should I learn the grammar? I've "absorbed" the grammar in other languages mostly by reading and listening with some explanations here and there, but I'm not sure if that would work for Russian. How would you recommend me learning the grammar? If you have any other recommendation about how to learn Russian it is more than welcome!
October 26 alle 06:58
I disagree with Bull.
Of course, you have to read and to listen a lot.
But at the same time, very gradually you have to familiarize yourself with some patterns of the Russian Grammar, moreover, your Latin and German help you, in any case, to absorb it quite easily. Otherwise, you will never speak Russian correctly!.. But don't be in a rush!
You can use a lot of my courses in Russian here. In my courses and lessons I give a lot of examples using popular vocabulary and introduce Russian grammar in very small doses.
Here are some of my Russian courses for beginners:
Мои русские курсы для начинающих:
УПРАЖНЕНИЯ ПО ГРАММАТИКЕ РУССКОГО ЯЗЫКА:
МОИ ПЕРВЫЕ ДИАЛОГИ:October 26 alle 08:43
I’ve been reading the replies since I may do this some day. I would also suggest you watch master Steve’s videos of the subject.October 26 alle 18:42
Hullo gui! You just ask any time you didn't get it. Always glad to help you.November 14 alle 06:51