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    Has the method "Golosa" disappeared?

    After several years studying Russian language, I was obliged to give it up. Then I used, among others, the method Golosa, but now I can't find it.
    I ask: is it desappeared? If it is like this, do you know a different method wkth similar characteristics?
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radomir View Post
    After several years studying Russian language, I was obliged to give it up. Then I used, among others, the method Golosa, but now I can't find it.
    I ask: is it desappeared? If it is like this, do you know a different method wkth similar characteristics?
    Thank you.
    I see that presently Golosa is not online, but a book to be bought, that isn't by now in the market.

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    Всё постоянно меняется.
    Может быть, YouTube поможет? Там много полезного для изучающих русский язык.
    Вот, например, есть старые видео:
    https://youtube.com/user/golosauchebnik

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    Quote Originally Posted by radomir View Post
    After several years studying Russian language, I was obliged to give it up. Then I used, among others, the method Golosa, but now I can't find it.
    I ask: is it desappeared? If it is like this, do you know a different method wkth similar characteristics?
    Thank you.
    Not sure what specifically your are looking for. There're no short cuts for learning Russian, only long circuits. Glossika might be of some use anyway.
    https://www.smartlanguagelearner.com/glossika-review/

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    Как правило, мы не рекламируем платные организации/школы, но если это действительно хороший ресурс, можем сделать исключение.

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