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Russian Government Opens First Official Russian Language Courses in Azerbaijan

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Russian Government Opens First Official Russian Language Courses in Azerbaijan


23.09.2010

The Russian Information & Cultural Centre founded in Baku by the Russian government has started enrollment for Russian language courses, Azerbaijan Business Center reports.

The center has announced that training will be conducted on several specifications and stages. Russian as a foreign language for those who do not speak Russian or wishes to study it to perfection; teaching to different levels of language knowledge (elementary, basic, I, II, III, IV certification levels); preparation of students in Russian language for successful passing of centralized school exams and entrance to the university; preparation for Olympiads on Russian language (5 - 11 grades).

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