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    Teaching in Moscow. w00t.

    Hey all,

    Just found out that I got a 4-month contract to teach English in Moscow while studying Russian! I'm pretty excited, so I thought i'd let everybody know. Not that you care

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    You're lucky! I would be very happy, if I was invited to UK or USA to teach Russian and study English
    My English isn't so good, зато с русским все в порядке ))
    I'll be very thankful, if you correct my mistakes.

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    Interestingly enough, the University I attend has an exchange program with a school in Saratov. This semester, one of the teachers in Russia was invited to the University in America to teach Russian

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    Cool, any appointments to Novosibirsk?
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    Woot! Congrats man! It will be awesome!
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    Very nice!! ..My friend came from Saratov
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    Wow! What a lucky guy!
    tdk2fe, congrats!

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    Re: Teaching in Moscow. w00t.

    Quote Originally Posted by tdk2fe
    Hey all,

    Just found out that I got a 4-month contract to teach English in Moscow while studying Russian! I'm pretty excited, so I thought i'd let everybody know. Not that you care

    tdk
    Grats!

    I had an offer to teach in Petersburg, but I opted to stay in Madrid, for several reasons...so I

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    Cool! That is pretty awesome! When will you be there? I will be at Moscow State University in July/August this summer.

    Just curious.

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    I'm going to be leaving in early August... what are you going to be doing at MSU?

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    Too Cool tdk2fe !!!

    A teacher 'net-pal' has gotten me interested in a volunteer English teacher assistant position in Izhevsk. Help with grammar, spelling and cultural exchange. Room & board, visa sponsorship in exchange. It looks interesting, alot better than the 2 years in in Hell I spent as a substitute teacher in the States.
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    Yeah I think it will be a nice change of pace for me. I'm finishing up my undergraduate degree, and i'm just really burnt out on the subject material i've been studying for the last four years

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    I'm going to be leaving in early August... what are you going to be doing at MSU?
    I am studying there with a group of students from a college here in the states. Intensive language submersion.

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