Russian language in Saint-Petersburg

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Russian is one of the most widely-used languages in the world, both by quantity of total speakers and by number of countries that use it. According to the most recent data, over 500 million people speak Russian, making it a language of international communication alongside English and Chinese. The first words ever spoken in outer space were in Russian, and to this day all astronauts working on the International Space Station study and speak Russian.

Most people would say that the most effective and enjoyable way of learning a language is not through rote study, but rather by diving into the world where that language is spoken, by living in the country where it is the national language – in Russia. Studying Russian in Russia, you’ll be able to achieve much more significant results in a short time period than you would be able to elsewhere. Here, you’ll have constant practice with native Russian speakers, and you’ll be immersed in the unique culture and history of the Russian people.

Today, those interested in learning Russian will find a wealth of resources for language study. However, by choosing to study Russian in Saint Petersburg, not only will you have unique language learning opportunities, you’ll also embark on a journey into the very soul of Russia’s cultural capital, meeting the characters of Pushkin and Dostoevsky on walks along Nevskii, and discovering the magic and adventure of this city on the banks of the Neva.

Russia’s cultural capital has an incredible number of unforgettable experiences to offer:

-          White Nights – Saint Petersburg is the furthest North of the world’s metropolises

-          Beautiful Drawbridges – one of the many wonders of Russia

-          Rivers, canals, and romantic waterways – visitors of Saint Petersburg often refer to it as the Northern Venice

-          The Hermitage – one of the largest art museums in the world

-          Marinskii Theater – the wellspring of Russian opera and ballet

-          Architectural monuments of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries – St. Isaac’s Cathedral, Church of the Spilt Blood, The Admiralty, and many other world-famous buildings

-          Restaurants with a wide variety of national cuisines – delicious and original dishes at affordable prices!

-          Jazz on the Roof – not only Jazz, but also outings on rooves (a local ‘specialty’) alongside Peter’s famous feline population {I’m not sure if you want to say “specialty,” but I think that this needs a bit of context, as most people will not know that ‘roofing’ is a thing in Saint Petersburg}

All this and much, much more provides the cultural background for Lexica’s language courses.

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