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Exercises, books, resources for learning Russian.

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Is there a Russian analogue of British Council or Goethe-Institut?

As far as I know, for English, German, French there are state organizations promoting these languages abroad. Does Russia have anything similar?
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Been learning Russian for 10 years, still can't understand my wife when she talks with her friends, what to do?

I really want to become fluent in Russian. And I've been trying for so many years. With a risk that this question will be closed, I can't think of a better place to ask this. My wife is of Russian ...
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Ways to better study глаголы движения

I'm terrible with movement verbs, I never use them well, especially with prefixes, the way to use them changes a lot!!! I get incredibly confuse. So if someone has a good book reference regarding ...
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Есть ли какой-то сайт, на котором можно написать предложение и получить назад то же самое предложение, но с добавленным ударением? [closed]

Есть ли какой-то сайт, на котором можно написать предложение и получить назад то же самое предложение, но с добавленным ударением? Например, input: Я иду в магазин. Output: Я иду́ в магази́н.
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How can I improve my listening comprehension?

My partner's family all speak Russian, which is not my native language. I used to be in classes which helped me have regular practice at listening, but now that they are done, I'm finding myself in ...
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How can I learn the basic Russian suffixes and prefixes?

I asked an earlier question, Is there a vocabulary list comparable to Basic English?, and @Avtokod gave a gem of an answer saying basically, "You don't want the most common 1000 Russian words; you ...
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Thesaurus organization by lexical kinship and etymology

Is there a kind of thesaurus that teaches words based on kinship? An example will make it clear to you what I have in mind: суд - судья́, суди́ть, ... коне́ц - наконе́ц, зака́нчивать/зако́нчить, ...
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