Now, I Shall Introduce Myself

Now, I Shall Introduce Myself
06 December 2016

Hello readers, now I shall introduce myself. My name is Ramon Wensink, I am from the Netherlands and currently studying Russian at the Liden & Denz Institute in Saint Petersburg.

After reading a stack of books and watching quite some documentaries on the Russian culture, history and way of life, I started to more or less secretly cherish the wish to live in Russia for a long time. I began to sort out how to realize this, and as a part of the plan, started to study the Russian language, as it seemed essential to me when one lives in Russia.

First, I used a self-study method. The more I started to understand the language, the more I liked studying it. And in 2015 it finally happened, I moved to Saint Petersburg for three months to study the Russian language. Now, almost two years later, I have returned, and it is good to be back again.

For the next three months I will be writing articles on what I learn, see and experience during my stay in Russia. I hope you enjoy reading them, as much as I enjoy writing them.



This post was brought to you by Ramon, currently studying Russian at Liden & Denz

Posted by Ramon Wensink

My name is Ramon and currently I study Russian at the Liden & Denz Institute in Saint Petersburg. During my stay in this marvelous city, I will try to inform and entertain you with various articles.

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