Russian Language Course Hong Kong
Whether you're interested in Russian literature, history or music, or you just want to be able to talk to Russian people, you're sure to enjoy learning this language. It will also make travel to Russian-speaking countries much easier, safer and infinitely more rewarding. Of great political and literary importance, it is one of the official languages of the United Nations. It is the primary language of more than 145 million people, making it the eighth most commonly spoken language in the world.
This level means that a person has either not studied the language before and is familiar only with a small number of words and basic phrases or studied the language at a very low level.
Speaking: very small vocabulary, the ability to answer only the simplest questions regarding the person (name, age). Complexity in the construction of complete sentences.
Speech understanding: understanding the simplest questions and sentences
Reading skills: very weak or absent
This level means that you can fully understand the information on a familiar topic, support a simple conversation, describe your emotions and feelings.
Speaking: the ability to correctly express your point of view and learn someone’s opinion
Speech understanding: a full understanding of the content of simple statements, the ability to get the basic meaning of complex statements on an unfamiliar topic.
Reading skills: good understanding of texts of any subject.
Writing skills: the ability to fill in questionnaires, draw up CV, the ability to write letters, describe the events in written form that have occurred to a person. Awareness of simple grammatical phenomena.
This level means that you can easily make up spontaneous statements, speak fluently, understand everything and do not have any difficulties in communicating with native speakers even if it goes about narrow professional topics.
Speaking: the ability to express your thoughts fluently on any topic and in any situation, including official. Awareness of idiomatic expressions.
Speech understanding: an absolute understanding of native speaker’s speech.
Reading skills: there is a small percentage of unfamiliar words, the meaning of any read text is clear.
Writing skills: the ability to write specific texts, reviews, etc.