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Published on 24 Dec 2006
In this tenth and final lesson for the Russian Language 101 course covering basically the Cyrillic alphabet as used in Russian, Huliganov puts together the alphabet (which has been taught in the earlier lessons in thematic order) back into dictionary order, and also presents more material on the handwritten or italic forms.
I would also like to announce that a group has been set up featuring Hulganov's Russian lessons: http://www.youtube.com/group/russianl... It is hoped that the students of the course will be able to interact both with Huliganov and each other and get help and answers to any questions they might have. I like to get comments in the comments boxes here, but it doesn't always allow a response, and there may be better scope for interaction in the groups section of YouTube.
At the end, Huliganov presents Nosov's military song "Far Away". It is about a soldier on guard duty thousands of miles from home, thinking about his loved one. I would like to dedicate it to my colleagues in the audit profession.
The next course, called RL102 Russian Basic Grammar Part One, will be starting in the New Year. I am already planning the material.