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TruD test brings together 49 countries

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TruD test brings together 49 countries


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The TruD test brought together 49 countries, according to the website of the Moscow Compatriot House. It allowed those who study Russian as a foreign language to join the Total Dictation action. The test took place on the same day as the dictation itself, it became the 6th in a row. 

In particular, the traditional site for Total Dictation and the TruD test opened in Lodz, Poland. The organizer is Kamil Dyankevich, a teacher of the Russian language. According to him, nothing can replace personal communication, but the online format allowed expanding the audience of Total Dictation. Many lovers of the Russian language from all over Poland joined in. The text of the dictation was read by Evgeny Malinovsky, a Siberian bard, a Polish actor, who sang one of his songs before the start of the action.

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