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I'm trying to revise GCSE Russian. Has anyone got any tips on how to revise it? So far I've just been practicing some grammar and doing Russian past papers.
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I'm trying to revise GCSE Russian. Has anyone got any tips on how to revise it? So far I've just been practicing some grammar and doing Russian past papers.
I did Russian GCSE. If you can speak the language fluently you’ll have no issue.
It’s basically structured like a French exam, so I’d practise speaking, listening, reading and writing.
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I did Russian GCSE. If you can speak the language fluently you’ll have no issue.
It’s basically structured like a French exam, so I’d practise speaking, listening, reading and writing.
Thank you for replying.I know Russian quite well but I wouldn't say that I am fluent. How did you revise? Have you got any tips on how to apply the Russian cases because I know them but have trouble knowing when I need to use which one?
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Thank you for replying.I know Russian quite well but I wouldn't say that I am fluent. How did you revise? Have you got any tips on how to apply the Russian cases because I know them but have trouble knowing when I need to use which one?
I knew someone who took it so I had a look over the sample papers they used for reading and writing, but I’m fluent so I didn’t do much revision. If you know the language well I don’t think you’ll find it difficult.
What do you mean cases? Like upper and lower case letters
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I knew someone who took it so I had a look over the sample papers they used for reading and writing, but I’m fluent so I didn’t do much revision. If you know the language well I don’t think you’ll find it difficult.
What do you mean cases? Like upper and lower case letters
I mean like the nomanitive case, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental and prepositional, basically the endings. For example Я занимаюсь русскому языку, I'm not sure if those endings are right, or for example я пью кофе с молоком.
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I mean like the nomanitive case, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental and prepositional, basically the endings. For example Я занимаюсь русскому языку, I'm not sure if those endings are right, or for example я пью кофе с молоком.
I struggle with this too and I'm supposed to be fluent. :rofl:
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I mean like the nomanitive case, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumental and prepositional, basically the endings. For example Я занимаюсь русскому языку, I'm not sure if those endings are right, or for example я пью кофе с молоком.
The first one would be
Я занимаюсь русским языком,
The second one is spot on though. Russian is pretty confusing with all the endings.
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