Special programme: explore Ukraine and study Russian!

We are happy to invite you to take a tour to Kamyanets-Podilsky, one of the oldest cities in Ukraine situated in the west of the country. A rocky island skirted by the tight loop of the Smotrich River flowing in a picturesque canyon, served as a unique pedestal on which over more than a thousand years both well-known and anonymous masters created a miracle in stone. Kamyanets-Podilsky is striking...
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Special course on motion verbs

Did you know that there are 17 pairs of verbs of motion in Russian? It means 34 verbs! At the same time, you can combine them with more than a dozen prefixes which makes totally about 400 variations! If you have always wanted to get to understand the Russian verbs of motion, we have a wonderful offer! At MLC we have designed a special course to help you understand this difficult aspect of Russian...
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Welcome to our summer courses!

WElCOME TO OUR INTENSIVE SUMMER COURSES! We are happy to invite you to join our intensive courses this summer. The classes take place every day Monday to Friday and you have plenty of opportunities to practice the language after the lessons. Odessa is a great place to study Russian in summer. You can take a tour around the historical centre, have a meal in lots of outdoor cafes and restaurants, you...
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Reflexive verbs in Russian

Reflexive verbs in Russian by Alexandra MacMillan To conjugate “reflexive verbs” (ending on -ся) you: 1) take away -ся and look which group it is: нравиться = нравить + ся → нравИТЬ – 2nd group (like говорить, любить) одеваться = одевать +ся → одевАТЬ – 1st group (like делать, думать) 2) conjugate...
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Russian pronouns

Russian Pronouns by Alexandra MacMillan Pronouns in Russian change in cases, so to use them correctly you also need to know which case to use: Nominative (1), Genitive (2), Dative (3), Accusative (4), Instrumental (5) or Prepositional (6): I = я (1), меня (2), мне (3), меня (4), мной (5), мне (6) You (singular, informal) = ты (1), тебя (2), тебе (3), тебе (4), тобой...
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A new video by Alexandra MacMillan. Past Tense in Russian. Part 1.

Here is my new video Learn Russian with Alexandra MacMillan. Past Tense in Russian. Part 1. I hope you enjoy watching it. And I also hope to see you at MacMillan Language Centre soon. Welcome to Odessa! Welcome to MLC!
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Lessons on Skype Available!

Dear students! We are happy to inform you that our centre now offers lessons on Skype. So, if you want to contunue yuor studies at home not to forger what you have learnt at MacMillan Language Centre or if you can’t come to Odessa this year but want to study Russian – just write us an e-mail and we’ll arrange your lessons on Skype. If you are a new student and haven’t been to...
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1000 Most Common Russian Words

1000 Most Common Russian Words This page provides the frequency list of 1000 most common Russian words and their English translations. Learning most used words early in your Russian study will have a significant impact on your mastery of the Russian language. According to statistical analysis of contemporary Russian texts, knowing the first thousand of most frequent lemmas will enable you to recognize...
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MacMillan Picnic

An amazing picnic by the sea for our teachers and students :) More pictures in our Facebook album https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.487978814617872.1073741825.130101233738967&type=3
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Prices in Odessa

Restaurants Average price Range Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 6.10 € 5.68- 7.74 Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 23.45 € 18.95-23.69 Combo Meal at McDonalds or Similar 4.41 € 3.87 - 5.40 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 1.04 € 0.93 - 1.52 Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 1.42 € 1.01 - 1.55 Cappuccino (regular) 1.71 € 1.42 - 1.89 Coke/Pepsi...
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