레슨 5회 이상 구매 시 10% 할인 혜택을 드립니다.
만료일: 03:07:30:51 (쿠폰이 남았습니다.: 55)
Profile Picture

Svetlana Danyliuk

security_checkedFlag
5.0
map_pin우크라이나
6:29 PM (GMT+02:00)
class
러시아어
user_group_man_woman
2
time
5
class
러시아어
user_group_man_woman
2
time
5

Active Promotion (30% off)

Only this spring, 30% off for lessons

나의 언어

러시아어
원어민
,
우크라이나어 (Ukrainian)
원어민
,
영어
B2
,
독일어
B1

원어민 쌤 프로필

Hi everyone!

My name is Svetlana, I am a certified Russian teacher. I completed the course “Methods of teaching Russian as Foreign Language (RAF)” at the International Center of Russian Language located in Moscow.
I speak 4 languages: Russian, Ukrainian, English and German, so I know how it is to be language student.

I have experience of teaching at all levels. My teaching approach is referred to as the “communicative method” and I will provide you with modern and interesting materials according to your needs and goals. We will have conversation-based lessons and after each lesson you can immediately apply what we covered and practiced to your everyday life.
So if you want to be able to fluently speak Russian in any situation, I’ll be glad to help you to achieve your language goals.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Hope to see you soon!
______________________________________________________________

Всем привет!

Меня зовут Светлана. Я профессиональный преподаватель и носитель русского языка.

В работе я использую коммуникативный метод. Наши уроки будут базироваться на разговорной практике, и все, что мы проходим на занятии, вы сможете сразу же использовать в повседневной жизни.

Если вы хотите легко и быстро научиться говорить по-русски или улучшить ваш уровень владения языком, я с удовольствием помогу вам достичь этой цели.

До встречи на уроках!

선생님 통계

watch매우 빠름
timetable3년 전
place_marker100.00%
class5
class_blackboard4.0 평균 레슨
filled_star5.0

스케줄

교육 경력

diploma_2자격증

2017 - 2017
Teacher of Russian as Foreign Language
International Centre of Russian Language - Moscow, Russian
"Methods of teaching Russian as Foreign Language (RAF)”