What are the interesting place to see in Daugavpils? All visitors who come to the city for the first time ask this question. Therefore, we’ll continue a series of articles about the most popular places and attractions in Daugavpils.
Daugavpils, the second-largest city in Latvia, is located on the both banks of the river Daugava. We’d like to tell you about what interesting places you can see in Daugavpils. In our today’s article, we’ll speak about the most interesting street in Daugavpils – Rigas street.
Russian is one of the most difficult languages in the world. However, there are a lot of people who would like to learn it. If you’d like to learn Russian you don’t need to go to Russia, you can learn Russian in many other European countries.
Nowadays, you can often come across such a thing as a “language barrier” and, probably, each of us have faced this problem at least once in their life. In this article, we’ll talk to you about how to overcome a language barrier and start to communicate in a foreign language.
We have prepared for you another interview with our guide Janis, who will tell you a little about himself and share some impressions about the time spent with foreign students on various trips and events.
In this article, we are going to tell you about “communication partners” – students and communication partners who teach Russian to foreigners. Two students of Daugavpils University Kristina and Tatyana who have been working with foreign students for few years are going to share their personal experience.
Here is an interview with Jill Roese, philologist and Russian language teacher. We asked her a few questions about her life and how she studied Russian.
Philology is a humanitarian subject which emerged in the period of the Renaissance establishment, and it studies the history of languages and literature. The word “philology” is originated from the Greek word “φίλος (phílos) that means “love”, andλόγος (lógos) that means “language”.