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    Ask 100000 Russian teachers around you

    When you arrive in Russia, or any Russian speaking country, anyone around you can be your teacher.

    A seller, the man in the lift, the waiter, the grandmother at the bus stop etc.

    If you don’t know how to say something in Russian, simply ask.

    Ask anyone, anything, anywhere, anytime.

    If I managed to get an answer holding a camera, you will definitely get an answer yourself!

    Is it always easy? No!

    Is it always worth it? Yes!

    Watch HERE some of my teachers!

    Hope you like it,
    Angelos
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    Great video! Where did you take it? It seems in Ukraine( accorfing to prices at the market). Not sure if you notice it but when a man was talking about "тележка" he said that in Ukrainian it is called "кравчучка" . Кравчучки were very popular among people in the 90s and were called like that because of the first president of Ukraine Кравчук Л.М.
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