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Chinese teachers of Russian language improved their qualification in Russia

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Chinese teachers of Russian language improved their qualification in Russia


Advanced training course for teachers of Russian as a foreign language were held at the Eastern Federal University's branch. Russkiy Mir supported these courses in Ussuriysk.

28 teachers from four Chinese colleges participated in this training. Main methodologies, such as phonetics, grammar, vocabulary, spoken language, listening, writing, also area Studies, geography, filmography were introduced to them.

In the frames of the course Chinese guests have visited Ussuriysk and Vladivostok, Russkiy Island, Eastern Federal University and Far Eastern branch of Russkiy Mir Foundation.

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