Welcome to the Russian Language Program at Northern Virginia Community College.
We offer Beginning Russian 101 and 102, Intermediate Russian 201 and 202. When you have completed RUS 101 and 102, you can expect to be able to function in daily situations in any of the Russian-speaking countries, such as ordering food in restaurants, asking locations, shopping, talking about you and your family, sharing information about activities and hobbies, etc. Also, you should be able to read and write basic texts and understand some TV and radio programming.
Once you have completed RUS 201 and RUS 202, you can expect to be able to talk about other topics, including health, weather and climate, travel, and asking directions. You continue to develop strength in reading, writing, and listening, by working with newspaper articles, TV, websites, video clips, etc.