Russian - Intermediate Level 2 (Part 2)
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About this course

The course is designed for students with some knowledge of Russian.  This course continues the story-line and builds on the structures of the Russian Intermediate Level 1 courses.  Also, the course gives a thorough grammatical basis, plenty opportunities to practise in listening, speaking, reading and writing, and a wealth of background information. 

Each of two levels of the Russian Intermediate course was designed with a dual aim that not only would the topics gradually introduce more complex structures and tasks of an increasing level of difficulty, but at the same time, each topic contains some bridge-building elements linking with the same topic in the Russian Beginners course.

What will I learn?

The course remains topic-based and the following 5 topics with a compelling story-line dialogues will be covered during this course:

  • The shop
  • Travelling
  • Work and leisure
  • Describing people
  • Air travel

However, the emphasis is on learning for communication, with relevant topics, a fast-moving story, and lots of exercises for practice.  Most of the instructions and all the background information will be in Russian and working all these out will give you extra language practice.

Entry requirements

Some knowledge of Russian is required, such as the Russian Intermediate Level 1 and Russian Intermediate Level 2 (Part 1) courses. 

Study, assessment and qualifications

Assessment is informal, based on your personal targets, the learning outcomes and will be undertaken regularly with you by the course tutor.

Additional costs and information

You should bring with you a notebook and pen.
The tutor will advise you which course book you will need to buy.

What could I do next?

You could enrol on Russian Intermediate Level 3 (Part 1) to further develop your language skills.

Apprenticeships and Adult Education Funded Courses
The College’s Adult funded courses and apprenticeships prior to 1st May 2017 and apprenticeships with non-levy paying employers post 1st May 2017, are funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency and part financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund (ESF). ESF supports activities to extend employment opportunities and develop a skilled workforce.