Post by russian4bilingualkid on Jan 7, 2020 17:49:52 GMT 9
I always wanted to teach and share my experience and proven methodology with those who really decided to work with a child and learn Russian. After thinking about how to connect these two things, I decided to do this course for parents of bilingual children.
The educational complexes of lessons consist of tasks that will help children to form competent oral speech, increase vocabulary, remember the meanings and spelling of new words, learn how to use and conjugate verbs, and also get acquainted with the works of Russian classical literature, sayings and winged expressions and understand what they mean in our lives, to feel what impact they have on each of us, and to make sure that without them we would be completely different.
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Mayken: Last night, I couldn't think of the ml word for puffin, and my daughter beat me to it, in a cute way: It's Papageitaucher (literally parrot diver) but she said Tauchpapagei (diving parrot).
Oct 14, 2019 23:11:32 GMT 9
Amy: It's a relief to hear you're all safe Adam Beck! Mayken, I loved that cute story and I love how your ml structures its words, it is always so much fun and interesting.
Oct 15, 2019 4:00:34 GMT 9
Nellie: So glad to hear you and your family are safe Adam.
Oct 16, 2019 4:35:04 GMT 9
Marisa: "Victory moment:" My almost 4-year-old daughter told me yesterday in the ml (rough translation): "mom, there's something wrong with the cartoons, can you fix it, please?"... she was accidentally watching TV in the ML! So I gladly obliged
Jan 18, 2020 4:15:02 GMT 9
Amy: Awww bless her, Marisa!!! That was so cute!! <3
Jan 18, 2020 5:25:44 GMT 9
Adam Beck: Marisa, give that little minority language lover a big hug from me!
Jan 18, 2020 8:04:49 GMT 9