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Hello Russian language lovers! 

Do you like Russian? Do you want to study Russian? Then you will like RuLangClub!
Study Russian with us!
Russia is not only a big country, but it is interesting culture, amazing history and cunning language. 
RuLangClub - is your Russian teacher.
          RuLangClub - is your Russian friend. 
                   RuLangClub - is your guide to Russian culture. 

Marina Ivkina: 

- author of RuLangClub,
- Certified teacher of Russian as a foreign language at the Institute of Russian Language and Culture,
- certified tester of the testing center of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov,
- the author of training programs, distance learning courses,
- author of the podcast "Russian Verbs",
- creator of products for learning the Russian language,
- PhD in digital pedagogy.

"I live in Moscow. Love my work. Like to read, watch movies and learn new. In 2014 decided to create @ru_lang_club for foreigners and now can't stop creating ;)"

Do you know Russian language? 
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