Online Tuition and Exam Preparation

Private Russian Lessons Online by a Native Speaker from Moscow

A native speaker, who is originally from Moscow, provides online Russian tuition. The tutor has many years of experience teaching at Universities in Russia as well as at Colleges in the UK. At the same time, the tutor offers one-to-one private lessons to home and international students of all levels. Classes are efficiently organized using modern technology.

Many people from different countries choose to study the Russian language for various reasons. For example, some people need it if they frequently travel to Russia on business, holidays or for personal purposes. Therefore, training is prepared for students with various requirements. Our online lessons will suit students of advanced, intermediate and beginner levels. The aim is to develop various language skills. Complete preparation for Pearson Edexcel GCSE Russian Exam and an A-Level (A2, AS) is also offered.

Online lessons are the same as traditional ones. With the help of a camera, it is easy to see each other and speak to one another. You can decrease or increase the sound volume, if necessary. The learning materials are sent to candidates as an email attachment. Written work is done by learners at home. Then the tutor does appropriate corrections in real-time and sends them back via instant messaging.

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Beginner and Intermediate Levels


GCSE Russian Lessons


Advanced Learners


A-Level (AS, A2) Exam Preparation


Achievements and qualifications

Tutor Qualifications and Achievements

  • BA (Hons) in Teaching Foreign Languages - Moscow Linguistic University
  • Level 5 Diploma in Teaching English Literacy - Havering College
  • Certificate in Education (CertEd) - Greenwich University
  • DBS - enhanced disclosure

Online Tuition

What Will You Learn During Our Online Lessons

You will learn the essential things including the following:

  • The Cyrillic alphabet to be able to read and write
  • Specific vocabulary to understand or translate some documents
  • How to speak confidently in various situations when travelling to Russia
  • How to understand what people are saying
  • The cultural life and traditional values of the country
  • Valuable tips about travelling by public transport in Russia
  • Information about visiting places of interest in Moscow and other cities.

Before beginning the actual online tuition, we start with an initial assessment to find out what knowledge you currently have. Depending on your current level and aims, a dedicated private tutor will create tailor-made lessons for you. In this way, you will achieve the best results. A formative assessment is carried out at regular intervals to establish your progress.

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About Our GCSE and A-Level Russian Exam Preparation

The online tutor offers preparation for the following Pearson Edexcel exams in the UK:

The private tutor prepares study materials based on the Exam Specification and Core Curriculum. They are created using the requirements of the Edexcel Examination Board. The tutor regularly participates in conferences and workshops for continuous professional development.

Nowadays, Russian lessons are delivered in some schools and universities in the UK. Some students follow their GCSE programme only. Others continue perfecting the language and take a Pearson Edexcel A-Level exam.

Before starting the training, students might have less knowledge of certain parts of the language. This is identified before the tuition starts. Many exercises are given to students to consolidate the material they learn at school as well as go over some past assessment papers. This helps them to develop all the necessary skills to show excellent results in the assessment.

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What is Included in the Training that We Provide

Although the Cyrillic alphabet may seem difficult to learn. Many people find it fascinating and master it in a few days. Our specially designed exercises will provide the learners with the tools to use the language confidently. This includes correct pronunciation of the words in conversations or written assignments. The materials, that we include in each lesson, are aimed at developing all the necessary skills to become fluent in the Russian language.

Each online lesson is intensive and includes many exercises to learn the basics. This leads to conversational practice and writing. Reading texts will help to understand the main ideas. The bilingual translation is useful to render the meaning of a given text. Writing exercises are a good way of expressing own ideas in a written form using the vocabulary and grammar learnt. A lot of spoken exercises are included in the training to create real-life situations.

Moscow State University, Russia

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About the Russian Language

Russian is spoken not only in Russia and Eastern Europe. According to some sources, millions of people worldwide communicate using it. Belonging to the so-called East Slavic subgroup of the Indo-European family, it has evolved over the decades. As with all languages, in the beginning, it was very different to the one we are having now.

It has undergone some transformations, mainly in its written variant:

  • First, it was Tsar Peter the Great (1696-1725) who decided to simplify the Russian language by making it easier for people to speak.
  • Then, in 1755 a scientist, philosopher, and writer Mikhail Lomonosov wrote a book on grammar by changing some rules.
  • In the 19th century, the famous poet Alexander Pushkin changed the writing rules and introduced new vocabulary.
  • The last stage of the development of the language was a spelling reform in 1918. At that time, the Cyrillic hard sign at the end of the words was removed from the alphabet.

Contact Information

Contact Information


If You Have Any Questions

We understand that before starting your online training you might have some questions. You can contact the teacher by email or telephone to get answers to your queries. Alternatively, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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