One Minute Russian Lesson 01 – One Minute RussianJanuary 15, 20087Comments by Coffee Break Languages In lesson 01 of One Minute Russian you’ll be learning how to say “hello” and “goodbye”, two very important phrases for any conversation! Download episode | Subscribe in iTunes | RSS Feed | Bonus Materials 7 replies to "Lesson 01 – One Minute Russian" Gopal Singh Bhati January 25, 2008 I Want to Russian Learn so please help me. How possibal that I learn to Russian Reply Aaron January 27, 2008 I have been folling the learn german courses for weeks now and they are really good. But i need to start learning Russian as of today but where are the rest of the episode! Please post them up. There should have been lesson two last week. Thanks Reply Annemiek from Netherlands February 20, 2008 Although i have a papercourse Russian from 1978, these podcast help me with a quick start and how to express the words, thanks Reply wentingshu February 29, 2008 I am thrilled to learn Russian, but please send me some handouts with the pronunciation. I need to see the word in order to pick up the sound. Thanks. Reply Mark March 5, 2008 The handouts are available as part of the premium version of this podcast. Please visit our store at http://www.radiolingua.com/store/store/pass-oml.html Reply ayman August 7, 2012 I can not hear this lesson .I do not khnow why! Reply Elena April 17, 2013 Hi, I’m Russian. I checked this podcast. I really like the idea of using podcasts to learn languages. Notes about this podcast: – I noticed an accent in Russian phrases, so for natives they are understandable but clearly shows that the speaker is a foreigner. But for beginners maybe it is not very important. – It would be nice to add short explanations to phrases which are taught: Zdra(v)stvujte: ‘zdravie = zdorovye’ – ‘health’, be healthy Do svidania: “do” – till, ‘svidanie’ – ‘seeing you’, till next meeting. Anyway, the idea is great! Thank you for your podcasts! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.