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Russian Book Collage 28

Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #28

Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop! The Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop is a place where bloggers can […]

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KisforKindness

Raising a Global Citizen: K is for Kindness

I’m glad to be part of the series the ABC of Raising Global Citizens. It started 1st and will continue to […]

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BlogHop28

Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop #27

Welcome to the Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop! The Creative Kids Culture Blog Hop is a place where bloggers can […]

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Furniture In Russian

Furniture in Russian: I will have something to sit on in Russian and English

My almost 4 y.o. daughter asked me today: “Мама, а как по-английски табуретка?” (Mama, what is English for “tabuhretka”?) And […]

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MCB21V2

Not from Russia but Speak Russian

Where I live in Northern CA there is a huge Russian-speaking community, and I am so happy that my kids gets to be exposed to Russian a lot, just because of that. Recently it dawned on me that out of the people I know who speak Russian so many are not actually FROM Russia, although most are from the former USSR.

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What is YOUR Name? (Russian Names)

In Russian it is very traditional to have an official name and a family-freinds names that have many variations are are used interchangeably.

Russian full name consists of a first name, a last or family name and a patronymic (an adjective formed from the first name of the father). In the official documents or when you fill out a form, last name goes first, then first name and patronymic. So it looks like this: Ivanova (family name) Lidya (first name) Nikolaevna (patronymic) – Иванова (family name) Лидия (first name) Николаевна (patronymic).

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Kolobokanekdot

Russian Humor Explained

In order to understand the humor in the joke, especially if a joke is too closely linked to a specific […]

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IrinaA300300

A Customer’s Story: My Cultural Journey

We love hearing personal stories about how the other culture, language, country changes us or makes us realize something about […]

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JTVC

Why do you speak more than one language? Part 2

I had some great feedback on part one of this project and am looking forward to posting many more insightful answers […]

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Too Purpley

Too Purpley! by Jean Reidy

I decided to share it with you as it’s not quite as easy as it might seem for the parent and the end result was –  she learned a bunch of new words (hurray!). 

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