"We are the only language learning program with which you can learn to speak fluently, on-the-go and without the hassle of bringing a computer."
Many studies have shown that to be considered "fluent" in a foreign language, you should know about 2,000 words.
However, that is not how Babel Yak works. We teach you the most important words with which you will most likely strike up a conversation. But most importantly, we teach you the fundemental rules of each language to continue learning on your own. What is the purpose of learning a few greetings and memorizing useless phrases if it won't put you on your way to fluency?
The reason Babel Yak is so effective is because you will acquire the language much the way you did your native tongue - just by listening. What is the point of reading Russian (although you'll learn that too) if you cannot even speak it. With our simple method of "read, hear, repeat" you will be speaking Russian in a few days. Click on the video above.
The Babel Yak Russian program immediately immerses you into Russian conversation to help you grasp the syntax or structure of the Russian language. Amazingly, once you understand the syntax, that chaotic, "foreign" sound so common to language learning disappears instantly. You'll start to recognize words and phrases. The Babel Yak method will help to change your perception within your first 30 minutes!
Babel Yak has designed each lesson as the foundation for the next. In other words, you'll keep building on what you've previously learned. Best of all, the Babel Yak Russian course does not waste your time by cramming grammar down your throat. You learn to recognize what sounds right through practice. The Babel Yak method subtle grammar lessons won't seem like grammar lessons at all.
The majority of Russian speakers live in member countries of the CIS (Commonwealth of Ind. States). Although Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and the former Yugoslav republics also have large Russian speaking populations.
- Russian is a Slavic language whose closest relatives are Belorussian and Ukrainian.
It has 370 million speakers total, 170m of which are native speakers.
In the former Soviet Union, although countries have their own native tongue, Russian is still the official medium for education, business and even politics.
Russian was widely taught in schools of countries who were members of the Warsaw pact.
- Nearly 1 million Israelis speak Russian.