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Department of Languages

Russian

Russian is the most common Slavic language. Russian is written in Cyrillic.

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Russian for beginners

Corresponds to the Common European Framework of Reference A1. Objectives: To learn the the most common expressions of everyday life in spoken and written form. To understand the basic expressions of general scientific terminology and use them properly.
 

Grammar:

To master the most common structures in written and spoken way, the most frequent constructions with nouns, verbs, prepositions and prepositional structures
Topics for conversation: Greeting, introducing myself, saying „thank you“ and „sorry“, family, school, making a phone call
Technical part: Materials, tools, simple description

Pre-intermediate Russian

Corresponds to the Common European Framework of Reference A2: Objectives: to understand clear standard speech on familiar topics which students meet at school and in their free time. To be able to hold a conversation on these topics. To write simple texts about familiar topics. To be able to read and comprehend simple texts. To improve their professional language.
 

Grammar:

Improving correct pronunciation and orthography, declination of some nouns, adjectives and numerals, paradigmatic of verbs, connectors
Topics for conversation: Hobbies, culture, studying, getting around a town, means of transport, shopping, travelling
Technical part: Units of measurement, mathematical expressions and operations, description of a car

Intermediate Russian

Corresponds to the Common European Framework of Reference A2 - B1. Objectives: to understand clear standard speech on familiar topics which students meet at school and in their free time. To be able to hold a conversation on these topics. To speak about past experiences and events, give brief details and explain opinions and plans. To read texts written in a commonly used language, or those related to the industry. Deepening knowledge of technical language
 

Grammar:

Developing knowledge of paradigms of nouns and verbs, irregularities in their system, expressing uncertainty and negative, infinitive structures
Topics for conversation: Personality, lifestyle, at the post office, health, studying foreign languages
Technical part: Trade between the Czech Republic and Russia, engineering, computers, transportation, environment, engines

Upper-intermediate Russian

Corresponds to the Common European Framework of Reference B1 - B2. The aim is to understand a longer speech without difficulties and lectures on familiar topics. Students are expected to participate actively in the discussion on familiar topics and to communicate in writing and speaking on upper-intermediate level. To be able to write a text on their hobbies. To write an abstract, essay and report. To read articles and reports dealing with current issues as well as popular scientific and professional articles. The students will reach the upper intermediate level of grammar.
 

Grammar:

Expressing condition, purpose and cause; nominalisation, syntactic condensation features of technical language. Irregularities in declination of names in verb paradigms, nominal structures and other syntactic structures, prepositional conjunction structures
Topics for conversation: Russian in the world, education, free time, travelling, extending previously discussed topics
Technical part: Engineering and technical development, scientific discoveries, automotive, sources of energy, aviation development, extending vocabulary

Russian exams - requirements

ZBRU 2041065 Ruština - bakalářská zkouška [dokumenty]
ZMRU 2041085 Ruština - magisterská zkouška [dokumenty]