Kalinka Language School is proud to announce the launch of the Russian Language Club on 12th November at 3pm at Grand Canal Hotel, Dublin.
The Club will bring all students from Kalinka Language School, Ballsbridge, together for the first time and is open to anyone studying Russian in Dublin who would like to improve their language skills and learn more about Russian culture.
We’ve got great plans for interesting events that will showcase Russian art, history, literature, customs and traditions. Students of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities will have the chance to practice their Russian and get to know each other in a fun and friendly atmosphere.
Guests are always very welcome!
The entrance fee is €5
The new school year began for my new students at Ballsbridge College. I am so glad that so many people want to study the Russian Language this year again and this is in Ireland, in a country, which is so far from Russia. This is really nice!
Today I asked my students if they know how many people in the world speak the Russian language? When I revealed a figure of 290ml, they were surprised. They always smile especially when I tell them that the population of Russia is 146 ml, and when I add that it’s not a lot, they start laughing. For European countries that’s a lot! Then I explain that for such a huge country as Russia 146ml is not a lot at all.
Then I ask my students if they know how many people in Ireland are studying the Russian language? They laugh again. They say: 14, after counting how many people are in the room. I tell them about other Schools and Trinity College. They understood. I don’t know all of my new students yet but I know there is an archeologist among them, who is going to go to Siberia for excavations, there is a university teacher, who is going to teach at Moscow university… So, the school year has started! Let’s get to work! 🙂
Russian Language Courses for Beginners and Improvers at Ballsbridge and Rathmines Colleges.
Enrolling this week and the week from the 19.09.2016 on Monday and Tuesday.
The course aims to give students the basics of the language, culture and contemporary Russian society. Students will learn the Russian alphabet, to read and write simple texts. The emphasis will be on spoken language in every day scenarios to enable participants to communicate with native Russian speakers on holidays or in the workplace.
Kalinka Language School is proud to announce that we are launching The Russian Language Club in October 2016
This Club will unite all the students from Kalinka Language School, which is in the Ballsbridge area, and also students from other Schools and Colleges, who are studying the Russian Language in Dublin, who would like to improve their language and learn more about Russian culture. Guests are always very welcome!
Students of different age, backgrounds and nationalities will have an opportunity to get to know each other and practice their Russian language having fun in real communication.
The Russian Language Club has great plans for different interesting events for students. They will be able to become closer to Russia by learning more about the Russian culture, history, art, literature, customs, traditions and mentality.
We hope that everybody in the Club will enjoy themselves, learn new things about Russia, improve their Russian language and have great fun! We hope that there will always be a fantastic, friendly atmosphere and lots of smiles on friends’ faces!
The entrance fee is €5
Director and Teacher
Mob. 085 8106793