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For the ones who learned Russian online, Help

Hey everyone :D i'v been learning Russian for a while and i reached level 6, plus i was studying grammar from websites, and i suddenly stopped! i love learning Russian and i hope someday i'll be fluent in it, but i have a problem and i don't know if it is just me or is there someone having the same problem! :D i don't know what to do next and what i should'v learned first. a little confused here, and i'd like to communicate with someone who actually learned Russian online for tips and guidance. thank you. ^^

2 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Randulph_66

I strongly believe, that (at least for me) it's impossible to learn a language exclusively online. I need someone to explain the grammar to me, who I can ask again and again and who is able to explain things in a different way, should need arise. Luckily, I have a very good teacher and use online resources only in addition to further practice my skills and get more routine. The explanations and discussions on duo are very good, but I need more. Of course, it is always useful to have some real people to talk to and practice.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Alexmalaho
Alexmalaho
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I don't agree with you. There're many people who can't learn language without a teacher, but there're many who do it themselves. I'm a native Russian. I started to learn English on Duolingo in 2014. I have been learning English for a little over two years. I didn't have a teacher and I don't have one now. Of course I didn't use only apps. I read the books, watched videos, listened to podcasts. If you a native English speaker you can assess my level I achieved (and correct my mistakes)

2 years ago
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