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Paris prepares for Total Dictation

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Paris prepares for Total Dictation


03.03.2017

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Literacy Days started in the capital of France. It is a kind of introduction to annual international campaign Total Dictation (“Totalny Diktant”), as website Maxime & Co informs.

A professional philologist is teaching free Russian courses to develop the command of the language. The courses are to be conducted at two venues in Paris. Five lessons are planned at Russian Orthodox Spiritual and Cultural Center; two lessons are to be arranged in Russian Center for Science and Culture.

Therefore, in March Russian expats and people learning Russian will have an opportunity to revise the most complicated orthographic and punctuation rules in relaxed atmosphere and raise the level of literacy overall by attending these trainings. This will help to prepare themselves for participation in the campaign Total Dictation, which will take place in April 8.

Everybody is welcome to check their literacy at six venues in Paris.

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