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21:00:00 2017-11-08
This blog has been in a vegetative state hooked up to life support for a looooooong time. I do not have time to upkeep it, but at the same time I am not going to pull the plug and delete it. The site provides a lot of helpful info and has a right to exist...
21:00:00 2016-04-07
Finally! Thanks to the Big G tech support we were able to sort out the problem. Now I will be able to upload my videos to The Spoonful Of Russian channel again. So relieved.It's been sooooo long. I feel like I am a bit rusty. My last vid was uploaded 1 ye...
21:00:00 2015-11-04
Not sure what happened exactly, but I am unable to log in to my own YouTube account in order to upload new videos or manage my subscribers' comments. At the same time there is no problem logging in to Google, GooglePlus or Blogger. Hmmmmm. Thank you for b...
21:00:00 2014-11-14
Today I fill a request of one of my Podcast listeners/ YouTube subscribers by reciting a short poem written by one of Russia's greatest talents - Anna Akhmatova. Лотова Жена - Анна Ахматова (Lot's Wife - Anna Akhmatova). To view the ...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Enjoying the podcast? Got a minute? Please, add your iTunes review for my podcast.It is currently buried underneath 40 or so other foreign language podcasts. Let's put it on the front page! More votes, more exposure, more content. Thank you in advance.Cli...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
The video that goes with this episode can be found on my YouTube channel: Episode 031Toasting is a huge thing in Russia. Has been for ages. A full glass must be drunk to the bottom after every toast, because “a toast without wine is like a wedding witho...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
The video that goes with this episode can be found on my YouTube channel: Episode 030Asking questions in Russian can be quite a daunting and intimidating task, especially if you try to follow the proper grammar rules of declention, gender agrement, etc. W...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Ever wanted to pronounce the days of the week in Russian like a native? Piece of cake!
21:00:00 2014-09-05
Today’s spoonful is going to consist of a useful Russian phrase and a poem in Russian. Don’t worry if you don’t understand the poem. The reason for reading out loud is so that you can get more familiar with the Russian sounds. As you’ve probably n...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Ever wanted to know how to call your family members in Russian? I don't mean nicknames:) I mean official titles. 
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Almost everybody has a book that they read and re-read in their childhood. When we read it again as adults it takes us back into the wonderful world of childhood fantasies and dreams.I have a book like that too. In Russian it was called "О чём дум...
21:00:00 2014-05-02
Thank you all who enjoys the content I produce and who is patiently waiting for updates. This Sunday (in 3 days!) my oldest daughter is getting married. As you can imagine things are pretty hectic now. But even at this time I'm getting fresh ideas for my ...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Many of you probably know that Russians have always been big on celebrating the New Year rather than Christmas.After the 1917 Revolution, Christmas was banned throughout Russia, along with other religious celebrations. It wasn't until 75 years later, in ...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Most Common Russian Drinking Toasts. There are more, but these will get you started:)
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Little Fir Tree (В Лесу Родилась Ёлочка).  This is the most popular Russian New Year's song. Every Russian knows it. It's something that no winter holiday can do without. The song was born in 1903 and since then it brings joy and ...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Borrowing:The best way to think about the borrowed words in Russian is from a historical perspective. The influx of foreign words came in waves depending on what country or culture had influence in Russia:• Byzantine influence and conversion to Christia...
21:00:00 2013-08-17
A fun way to learn Russian is by learning the words with opposite meanings. Here are some antonyms for you.Stay in touch:- site: http://speakrussian.blogspot.com- voicemail: 209-980-7877 (209-980-RUSS)- email: spoonfulofrussian@gmail.com- twitter: @russia...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
UPDATE: to cut the long story short iTunes /Mac app support basically told me I was 'out of luck'. I did a bit more thinking. My head must have been exceptionally clear today, because I came up with a solution! Now all 'A Spoonful of Russian' media should...
21:00:00 2013-08-12
Здравствуйте и добро пожаловать … Hello and welcome to the very first 'Questions and Answers' edition of A Spoonful of Russian Podcast. Coming to you from a small home studio in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina.Instead of ...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Final Part 3 of Крокодил (The Crocodile) by Korney Chukovsky....
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Part 2 of Крокодил (The Crocodile) by Korney Chukovsky. Крокодил (часть 2) Корнея Чуковского. ...
21:00:00 2013-07-29
Enjoying the podcast? Got a minute? Plz, add your iTunes review for my podcast. Let's put it on the front page! More votes, more exposure, more content. Thank you in advance.Click to add your vote/review...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Russian Poems series. "Stars" by Sergei Esenin....
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Learn some Russian words related to weather, seasons, and pets.Twitter @russianspoonfulEmail:  spoonfulofrussian@gmail.com...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Russian Stress Patterns ( Accented Vs Unaccented Vowels)1. Greeting by a subscriber (Thank you, Emily) - Спасибо!2. BIG thanks to all who show their support by:- purchasing authentic Russian food at Russiantable.com also via a banner3. Lesson...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Learn some sport-related vocabulary words in Russian.
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Inspired by last night's thunderstorm, our next poem is by Ф.И. Тютчев "Весенняя Гроза".English translation by Dmitri Obolensky...
21:00:00 2014-10-24
Subscribers spoke. Some of you mentioned you would enjoy listening to Russian spoken without thinking of grammar. I've been thinking of doing it for a while now. Auditory training is an integral part of any foreign language learning.Thus, I created a dedi...
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