About This CourseBeginner
My course is aimed to help you understand in what case and which form of verbs of motion to use. It is best for beginners and intermediate learners as we will learn by heart all the forms right at the lessons. You will watch some original videos using VOM (verbs of motion). They are made in a simple and fun way, so you won’t be bored.
By the end of the course you will know all the 24 forms of the present/future tense of “to go” and in the past tense (which is much easier) too. Finally, you will be able to understand original Russian cartoon with verbs of motion in it!
Yes, it is possible, even at beginner level. I can assure you that the course will be simple and motivating to continue learning other VOM in Russian, because there are more than just “to go”.
What are the requirements?
- Some basic knowledge of the Russian vocabulary and ability to read is needed.
What will I learn?
- After completion of the course the students will comprehend the difference in use of verbs of motion without prefixes at beginning level with the help of very simple and clear explanations and visual examples.
Who is the target audience?
- Adults who wish to understand and learn how to use verbs of motion in the Russian language even at the beginning level (that aspect is the most difficult grammar aspect in this language).
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned about Russian verbs of motion.
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The Four Variants For English “To Go” In Russian
Simple Logic Chart
Review Of The Four Variants Of “To Go”
“Идти” Conjugation. Let’s Learn Together!
“Ходить” Conjugation. Let’s Learn Together!
“Ехать” Conjugation. Let’s Learn Together!
“Ездить” Conjugation. Let’s Learn Together!
Places And Accusative Case
Places: Preposition “в” Or “на”.
“How Often?” And Adverbs Of Frequency
Review Of “To Go” In Present Tense
Past Tense Of “To Go”
The Cherry On Top