I've actually been learning Russian for a while. I'm taking Russian courses as well but the language is pretty hard for me to learn. I'm from California so a lot of people here are learning Spanish, I was wondering if there are any other Russian learners on duolingo who want to join my leaderboard and see who can keep the longest streak. Lol, just need a little motivation.
I am also from California, and studied Spanish in informal classes for a number of years. Along the way, I encountered Duolingo and saw here the chance to resurrect the Russian I had studied in high school fifty years ago. It was somewhat intimidating at first, but it has become enjoyable after some modest successes. I was curious as to what other sort of Russian classes you had managed to find; they seem pretty scarce in my area.
Russian is, indeed, pretty hard. I still think so, and I've been at it a good while (thankfully my difficulties are now mostly only vocabulary related). Does make successes all the more sweet, however.
Duolingo can provide an exceptional way to practice the things you're covering in your courses.
I think the Russian language is the hardest language according to grammar .... I've been studying the language since four months. ..l hadn't made a lot of progress.... I fell bored and disappointed every day then i try to motivate myself with .... Leader board could help a bit
All slavic languages are hard according to grammar. and some of them are harder than Russian
For me the hardest thing is perfect imperfect verbs ...incredibly confusing....
I don't know what is "perfect imperfect verbs" haha) but I am sure that I am good in that stuff) From what country are you? we have a lot of people from turkic speaking countries in Russia. They learn Russian someway)
Jordan- Middle East l meant some verbs like (to speak) has many forms говорить , сказать And their usage in past , present and future is confusing