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This course gives you the opportunity to review and practice Russian grammar topics that often cause difficulty for students. The course for foreign students who at the upper-intermediate B2 level who want to clear up specific grammar topics, reviewing and reinforcing previously studied material.


The aim of the course is to help you master Russian grammer's most complex rules, and to reinforce, expand, and perfect your command of the previously studied grammar topics at level B2. The course's practical part contains exercises where you will practice and master the presented grammatical topics, equipping you to use them in speech.

You will:

  • fill in the gaps in your knowledge;
  • confidently use various grammatical forms;
  • easily use both rules and exceptions;
  • prepare for a lexical-grammatical test or exam;
  • express you thoughts more accurately in writing and speech;
  • understand written and oral speech better.


Lesson 1. The meaning of particular verbs of motion

These are the first cases that students study, and they form a key part of your foundation. You use them to say where things are located (you, the bus stop, hotel, etc), where you and other people are going, and where you and others are (coming) from.

Lesson 2. More prefixes with the verbs of motion

We continue reviewing the cases in the second lesson. Mastering the dative case equips you to discuss feelings, giving and receiving things, and more. And with a good command of instrumental, you'll be able to say who or what you're with.

Lesson 3. Use of verbal aspects in the infinitive and imperative

Pronouns in Russian frequently cause trouble for students. In this third lesson, we cover when you should use which pronouns, and how the pronouns decline. But that’s only the beginning - don’t skip this lesson!

Lesson 4. Passive constructions (passive voice)

Learn to set up meetings and appointments with confidence in our lesson on time expressions. You’ll review and practice the components of sentences like «встретимся утром, в понедельник, на следующей неделе» (we'll meet in the morning, on Monday, next week).

Lesson 5. Prepositions and conjunctions of cause and purpose

Perfective and imperfective verbs particularly vex students, but if you master the rules for their use at level A1, you’ll have a solid foundation to build on.


Lyubov` Proskurina | Russian teacher

Education: Master of Language Arts

«I have more than 20 years experience teaching Russian as a Foreign Language.

From 2003 to 2017, I taught at the department of work with foreign students at the National Aviation University, and also taught a course of Practical Phonetics and Practical Grammar to foreign philologist students at the department of Slavic languages at the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University. From 2013 to present I have been working at NovaMova.

I have 34 publications in domestic & foreign journals and collections of research papers»


  • 5 x 60 min. online group lessons with a teacher on Zoom/Adobe Connect;
  • 5 hours of distance learning on the platform "Canvas" - student works individually. After every lesson, complete practical exercises on this learning platform to reinforce your knowledge;
  • 1 hour bonus lesson: summarize material, question-answer with teacher in a group;
  • class size is limited to 6;
  • access to all course materials;
  • certificate of completion.


  • Start Dates:
    • 17 May (2 weeks)
    • 07 June (2 weeks)
  • Online group lessons are run three times per week on weekdays during the two-week period.
  • Timing is approximately between 18.00 and 21.30 Kyiv time.
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