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Russian Slang: Learn to Sound Like a Real Russian in a Week!

Narrated by: Mike Bender
Length: 42 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Do you want to sound like a real Russian? Do you want to make other Russians actually connect with you? Honestly how cool would it be if you could use Russian slang with ease?

Don't be treated like a Tourist!

I am sure you know how much slang you use on a daily basis. It is a huge part of our communication. It's the same in Russian, so if you want to sound like a real native you need start practicing your slang.

From slangy greetings to swear words this guide has it all - with explanations of when and how to use these words and phrases.

If you are ready to learn everything from watsup? to f#$%, scroll up, grab this book, and take your first step to start speaking like a real Russian now!

©2016 Dirk Llorens (P)2016 Dirk Llorens

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It’s really just a collection of swear words. There’s no real content there. People use idioms and slang for lots of different things, but this just focused on things you’d never actually use.

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Good intro/review of Russian slang

More for those with intermediate to advanced Russian language skills. Provides a good introduction to common Russian slang or review if you already have some knowledge of such words. The audiobook narration is good. Having lived in Russia for nearly 10 years, I can say that the majority of slang words mentioned are widely used, and having a grasp of them is essential to understanding how Russians speak to each other, which is different from how they speak to foreigners.

Author should provide a pdf attachment to this audiobook with the Russian spelling of all the slang words mentioned.