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Let me show you how to use strategic habit-building to make learning Russian fun, easy, and automatic, so that you can finally start to enjoy conversations with native Russian speakers.

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Ever Felt Frustrated Trying to Learn Russian?

Sometimes it feels like you will never be able to learn Russian, however much time and effort you put into it.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

You see, taking classes and messing around with language apps doesn’t work.

This is why Russian seems so hard and has such an intimidating reputation.

But what if I told you it’s not that the Russian language that’s so hard… but just that you’ve been learning it the wrong way.

You see, most courses, classes, and apps are created by native Russian speakers.

Which means that they learned Russian ‘the easy way’ - they just grew up in a Russian-speaking country.

If you’ve ever tried to explain your native language to a foreigner, you’ll get what I mean. You’re so used to your own language, that it’s just difficult to put yourself in the shoes of someone learning the language.

Russian teachers have never gone through the pains of learning Russian at a later age. So it’s impossible for them to fully understand how you need to learn as a non-native speaker.

This is why so many Russian learners end up spending thousands of dollars on expensive language classes and studying for months (or even years!)… but still get nowhere.

Watch this video where I tell you in Russian (with English subtitles) 9 reasons why Russian is actually easy to learn.

Do You Want to End Up Like Them?

Spending hundreds (or even thousands) of dollars and losing MONTHS of your life… only to be in the exact same place with your Russian as when you started?

Or are you prepared to break the mould and do something different?

I get it. It’s hard to learn Russian. You’ve signed up for a class. You’ve installed language apps. Maybe you’ve even signed up for tutors or online courses.

And sure, you learned a couple of words. You grasped some of the easier grammar rules.

But how did that translate into actual conversational ability?

What happened when you tried to speak Russian with a friend, family member, tutor, or even just in a bar somewhere?

You opened your mouth, but nothing came out. After feeling like your head started to spin, you blurted out a phrase that you memorized by heart.

Maybe you were able to give a simple introduction “меня зовут … - я из …. я хочу говорить по-русски”

But when they asked you a question about where you’re working, your hobbies or even why you’re learning Russian, your mind turned blank.

As you figured out the hard way, learning vocabulary and grammar does NOT equal speaking ability.

Taking classes and apps will help you pass grammar tests. But they won’t help you speak well.

Speaking is a separate skill, and if you don’t specifically practice it, you’ll get nowhere.

Besides, it’s also important that the way you learn grammar and vocabulary can be directly applied to your speaking skills.

This means that you’ll need to take a completely different approach, one that will help you learn grammar and vocabulary in a more natural and intuitive way.

But what happens when you take the ‘traditional’ way of learning?

This makes it overwhelming to learn Russian. You can do everything perfectly well according to the class that you’re taking, or the app you’re following, and still struggle having a simple conversation with a native speaker.

There’s just so much to learn, and you just don’t know where to start.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

I know because I’ve been where you are now...

Who is Ari?

My name is Ari Helderman and I’m from Weert, in the Netherlands.

When I started learning Russian at the beginning of 2016, I felt just like you do now.

I had always hated learning languages in school. The first test I ever failed was for a language class, English.

But at university I had met a nice Russian girl, and we had started dating.

Out of curiosity and interest in where she came from, I decided to try to learn some Russian. But soon I felt completely lost and overwhelmed.

And what's more: after several months of dating, she invited me to go to Moscow to see her parents.

She also told me I needed to practice my Russian since her parents didn’t speak any English at all!

So I spent a lot of time working on vocabulary, grammar, listening, and speaking skills.

But, when I arrived in Russia, I realised that I could barely speak. I felt ashamed that I had spent so many hours practicing and still barely could hold a basic Russian conversation.

“I just felt embarrassed in front of her family”

On the third day in Moscow, her father took me hunting.

Picture it… Just me and this large, serious Russian man, sitting in a small hunting cabin in the woods around Moscow with a large hunting rifle, hunting for deer.

Now, that day there weren’t a lot of deer around, so we tried to have conversations.

After all, his daughter took a European guy home to Moscow. So I felt a strong need to prove myself ‘worthy’.

But my Russian was so bad, that we could barely talk. I tried to explain what I was studying, and what internship I had lined up. But it just wouldn’t go through. 

Here I’m helping to make Plov, a traditional Central Asian dish after we came back from hunting.

I felt lonely, disconnected, and helpless. But also frustrated. By that time I had spent more than 100 hours on my Russian skills, and it was still difficult to have normal conversations.

From the 4 hours we spent in that hunting cabin, we probably spend 3 of them showing each other funny memes and videos on our phones.

Not exactly what you call ‘quality time’ spent with my future father-in-law.

After the 2 weeks in Moscow had ended, and I was on the plane home, I decided I had had enough of this. And I vowed to make sure that I would speak Russian well.

If you would’ve told me how well I would be speaking Russian in a year from then, I would NOT have believed you...

After this trip, my girlfriend and I had a long-distance relationship for over a year, because of visa problems.

During this time, I worked tremendously on my Russian skills. I simply had to figure out how to make sure my time learning Russian was actually efficient.

I was working full-time at my internship, played sports, and had a part-time job to cover my bills. So I really wanted to make sure the limited time I had was spent well.

And in October 2017, we could finally start to live together. And when we had friends over from Moscow in December 2017, my hard work the previous year had paid off.

We met them at the train station in the Netherlands, and I could ask them how their flight was, and what their first impressions of the Netherlands were.

After about 10 minutes of conversation, it suddenly dawned upon me that we were speaking Russian all that time.

It felt so natural, and there were no issues communicating.

I had finally cracked the code. And it felt amazing. 

I’ll let you know in a minute how I did it.

I knew from that moment onwards, that my Russian skills would only get better.

And they did.

In March 2019, I uploaded a video on YouTube of me speaking Russian - just for fun.

It got over 1000 views and over 100 great comments from native Russian speakers applauding my Russian.

Fast forward to 2023, and my YouTube channel in Russian has over 130.000 subscribers and over 18 million views. 

Here is what Katja Vertelina (from the channel EasyRussian) has to say about my Russian:

And here is what other native speakers say about my Russian:

As a pedagog I'm saying: you have done very well. And it's especially cool how you caught and mastered the Russian intonations. Wish you success in your continued studies of Russian.

Magnificent Russian language for a foreigner. I can’t even believe that it’s possible to learn Russian to such a high level. I’m honestly shocked.

When I see that a foreign guy speaks Russian so well. He doesn’t speak in simple sentences but uses clarifying words, gerunds, etc. I am inspired. I think that if a foreigner could learn RUSSIAN (RUSSIAN of all languages!), then I can also learn English well. Wish me strength!

Being fluent in Russian has gotten me featured on Russian and Ukrainian radio, TV and many international language learning sites:

So, How I Did I Do It?

How did I manage to get to this high level of Russian fluency?

Well, thanks to my own "little known" system that's never taught in textbooks, apps, or classroom lessons, I was able to overcome my struggles learning Russian, and finally become fluent in Russian.

So what’s the difference between my method and other programs?

Well, other courses take a traditional approach to learning vocabulary and grammar. They just hammer information into your brain, and that just doesn’t work if your goal is to SPEAK Russian and have conversations.

That’s because these courses are created by native Russian speakers, who cannot imagine what it is like to learn Russian themselves.

My program cuts out ALL the fluff, that you don’t need. We focus only on the essential parts of vocabulary, grammar, listening and speaking skills.

What's more, we use strategic habit-building to make learning Russian engaging and automatic. 

“If you want better results, then forget about setting goals. Focus on your system instead.”

James Clear, author of Atomic Habits

Over the last 5 years I’ve optimized each aspect of my step-by-step system, to give you as much progress in as short of time as possible.

First I experimented on myself, and later I tried different approaches with more than 150 of my other students.

This allows you to learn Russian quickly and effectively, because you take advantage of how your brain works effectively.

And once you’ve learned how to use this framework, you’ll be able to continue to apply this to achieve fluency in Russian - and even learn other languages as well.

Now I feel confident talking about any topic in Russian. It’s such a freedom to be able to speak Russian without feeling anxious. It’s also a great feeling knowing that I was able to master one of the hardest languages in the world.

And you will experience the same if you follow my step-by-step system.

Picture this:

You before

  • "Russian is just so hard..."
  • "When I'm around native speakers, I just can't get a coherent sentence out of my mouth."
  • "I'm spending all this time studying, but it feels like I'm getting nowhere."
  • "I just don't understand native speakers when they talk to me."
  • "Learning Russian just feels like a chore..."
  • "I find it difficult to learn new Russian words and remember them."
  • "I'm afraid I'll never be able to learn Russian cases and verb conjugations."

You after

  • "Russian is actually not that difficult. I'm glad I'm finally making progress."
  • "I can finally have conversations with native Russian speakers!"
  • "I know exactly where to spend my limited time every day in order to make efficient progress."
  • "I understand native speakers when they talk to me!"
  • "I want to practice more and more every day, and it doesn't even feel like a chore."
  • "Learning new words has become effortless and I'm retrieving them without issue."
  • "I'm no longer worrying about mixing up my cases and sounding silly."

So Let Me Help You Learn Russian Effectively:

I know firsthand just how life-changing it can be when you learn to speak Russian fluently. The feeling of having conversations in one of the most difficult languages on the planet, feels incredible.

But I also understand just how frustrating and overwhelming Russian can be when you're not sure where to start or what to do next. I want to save you the years of trial and error that I had to endure. So that's why I've created:

The Russian Conversational Blueprint

Learn to use strategic habit-building to make learning Russian fun, easy, and automatic, so that you can finally start to enjoy conversations with native Russian speakers.

The Russian Conversational Blueprint is a step-by-step system that helps you build strategic habits to make progress in Russian on autopilot.

It's NOT a traditional language course, where you go through long boring exercises.

Rather, I show you exactly how I became fluent in Russian - and how you can do the same.

Learning Russian may seem complex, but if you can get proficient in the 4 skills below, you will be able to speak well:

  • Vocabulary
  • Grammar
  • Listening
  • Speaking

I'll show you exactly what to do for each aspect to make progress as efficiently as possible.

I'll also give you all the resources you need to make it happen.

And what's more, we approach each aspect from a strategic habit-building perspective.

That means that we focus on making it easy for you to work on each aspect, so that each skill quickly turns into a habit.

And once it has become a habit, you'll be making progress on autopilot.

By the end of the program, you'll have built 4 highly-effective Russian "fluency" habits that can be maintained in as little as 15 minutes a day!

(Though of course, you can spend more time on your Russian if you wish to progress faster!)

Here is how your life will change after having gone through the program:

  • You will look forward to working on your Russian skills everyday.
  • You will have a solid sense of progress each week.
  • You will be able to enjoy conversations with native Russian speakers in 1 to 3 months from now.

Watch the video below for more explanation on how the program works:

What Others Say About the Program:

"The Russian Conversational Blueprint provides a practical methodology designed to efficiently and effectively improve your conversational ability."
- Erik

"The Russian coworkers I practiced speaking with have also seen a huge improvement."
- Charlotte

"The speaking portion of each day's work is obviously the most difficult for me, but it's getting easier now :)"
- Amber

"I don't think I would have gotten on such a strong path towards fluency without what you have done!"
- Steven

"I've bought the course and I find your insights into how to study the language very valuable."
- Terje

"I found your course extremely motivational and inspiring in how to become conversational and fluent in Russian."
- Paul

"I enjoyed your course and found the approach fun and stimulating."
- Lucien

"As someone who has tried learning Russian himself, I recognize many of the common mistakes which Arie addresses in his course."
- Kees

After Signing Up for the Blueprint, Here's What You Learn:

The Russian Conversational Blueprint has 4 key habit modules that teach you how to speak Russian well. Afterwards you follow a study-plan designed around your current level to optimize your learning and rapidly increase your vocabulary, grammar, listening, and speaking skills.

Habit 1: Learn the 1000 Most Common Russian Words

In module 1 of the program, we'll focus on how to efficiently improve your vocabulary. Many people find it difficult to learn (and remember) Russian words, but I'm going to show you that when you have a solid strategy, it's actually easy to learn lots of new words. Here's what we'll cover:

  • 2 Strategies you can apply to consistently learn 10 to 20 new words per day.
  • You learn memory techniques to ensure each new word 'sticks' in your memory.
  • How to learn new vocabulary in just 2 to 5 minutes per day.
  • Learn how to use the 3 most important tools for rapidly building your vocabulary in a way that won't let you forget those new words and make them effortless to recall in conversation.
  • Turn learning new words into a habit, so you won't have to use discipline to learn vocabulary.
  • You learn a simple exercise that helps you learn the correct stresses of every single word as you learn it.
  • You learn the 3 common memorizing techniques that absolutely don't work, so you save a lot of time learning new words.
  • You learn the exact system to use to learn 3,000 to 5,000 words over the next years.
  • A list of common mistakes which most people commit when learning new vocabulary.
  • How to make sure you won't forget new words over the long-term.

Objective module 1: you learn exactly how to learn the 1000 most common words, so you have a solid base vocabulary to have conversations.

Habit 2: Learn to Master Russian Grammar

In module 2 of the program, we'll tackle Russian grammar. Grammar in Russian gets a bad rep, but I'm going to show you that when you have a clear and consistent plan, mastering Russian grammar doesn't have to be so scary. Here's what we'll cover:

  • The exact system you can use to gradually learn the Russian cases, so you can say them correctly when having conversations.
  • You learn an effective method to understand the Russian verb conjugation and how to apply it while speaking.
  • How to learn Russian grammar effectively, without leaving your home.
  • You find out how to learn Russian grammar without needing Russian classes, which allows you to save a lot of money. 
  • You learn how to effectively master the basics of Russian grammar in as little as 10 minutes per day.
  • I show you a little technique you can use to sound more fluent than you actually are, which works especially well if you don't know the cases correctly yet.
  • You learn the 3 most common mistakes people make when learning Russian grammar, which prolongs their Russian learning by months if not years.
  • I show you my simple system to learn Russian grammar while commuting to work, so you don't need to take any extra time out of your day to practice Russian.
  • A roadmap of when to learn each part of the Russian grammar, so each thing you learn builds on top of the previous grammatical concept. This makes learning a lot more effective.
  • How to apply grammatical concepts while speaking, so that they 'stick' in your brain and you remember them better.

Objective module 2: create a solid habit to efficiently learn Russian grammar, so you can effectively apply them while having conversations in Russian.

Habit 3: Improve Your Russian Understanding Skills

In module 3 of the program, we'll work on your Russian listening skills. Lots of people struggle understanding what native Russian speakers say, but I'm going to show you that when you have a clear strategy, you can quickly start to understand what native speakers say. Here's what we'll cover:

  • 2 Simple strategies to do every day to improve your understanding of spoken Russian.
  • How to make learning new words and grammatical concepts 'addictive', so you look forward to it every single day.
  • You learn a 'gamification' tip to improve your listening skills on autopilot.
  • You learn how to distinguish between common expressions and non-common expressions, so your Russian sounds like a native speaker.
  • How to work on your listening skills so that your accent also gets better every single week.
  • You learn an effective strategy to make learning Russian fun, and have hours fly by while you're practicing.
  • What the 3 common mistakes are when people try to 'passively' learn Russian, which wastes all their efforts.
  • What to do if you struggle understanding where words start and end, when you listen to a native speaker talk.
  • 3 Strategies you can apply when you need to quickly improve your understanding of spoken Russian.
  • How to practice listening to spoken Russian, when you don't know any native Russian speakers that can talk to you.

Objective module 3: ensure you understand native Russian speakers, so that you can have conversations with them.

Habit 4: Speak Like a Native Speaker

In module 4 of the program, we'll tackle Russian speaking skills. It's the most difficult part of learning Russian, but I'm going to show you that when you have a clear and consistent plan of action, you can actually start to speak quickly. Here's what we'll cover:

  • 3 Strategies to practice speaking Russian even if you don't have anyone to practice conversations with.
  • 2 Forms of spoken Russian practice you must do in order to have solid conversations.
  • How to sound more fluent than you actually are.
  • A simple method for overcoming fear of speaking.
  • How to speak without making grammatical errors.
  • How to speak fast, while keeping your speech understandable.
  • 3 Common mistakes people make when trying to have Russian conversations.
  • How to keep the conversation going, even if you don’t know a specific word in Russian.
  • Where to practice Russian conversations, even if you don't know any native Russian speakers.

Objective module 4: learn how to express your thoughts quickly and correctly, so that native Russian speakers understand what you mean.

Why This Program Is Different From Other Methods of Learning Russian

Other Courses

  • Give you a lot of information and exercises, that leave you overwhelmed
  • Focus only on grammar and vocabulary
  • Are taught by native Russian speakers who don't understand how it feels to learn Russian at a later age
  • Can be boring
  • Do not offer step-by-step instructions for different levels
  • No guarantees that you will actually be able to speak Russian

Russian Conversational Blueprint

  • Focuses on creating strategic habit-building to make learning Russian fun, easy and automatic
  • Helps you use grammar and vocabulary to speak better
  • Was made by someone who has learned Russian from scratch and understands each of the problems you are going through
  • Uses modern technologies to make learning fun and effortless
  • Offers step-by-step instructions for each level of Russian
  • 30-day money-back guarantee

Learning Russian the Slow, Traditional, Long Way is a Financial Investment Your Bank Account Isn't Going to Like

If you want to learn Russian, you have several options in 2023:

  • Go to university: plan to pay $10,000 to $50,000 and 4 years of your life.
  • Move to a Russian-speaking country: potentially super effective, but life changing.
  • Take classes: depending where you live, you pay $20 to $50 per class. 3 times per week for 52 weeks is on average $5460.
  • Online tutors: the average private Russian teacher online is $9 per hour. 3 times per week for 52 weeks is $1404

I've learned Russian on my own. I've never taken classes. This program teaches the principles I used to learn Russian. It uses modern technology and resources + it focuses on speaking.

You also get direct access to me, so if at any point you're stuck with something, send me an email. I'm usually able to quickly pinpoint the problem, and give you concrete advice how to start progressing again.

That's why I invite you to join:

The Russian Conversational Blueprint

Use strategic habit-building to make learning Russian fun, easy, and automatic, so that you can finally start to enjoy conversations with native Russian speakers.

$297 Only $197

One-time Payment - Lifetime Access

  • Learn the Step-By-Step System I Used to Become Fluent in Russian
  • Build 4 Strategic Habits to Make Learning Russian Fun, Easy and Automatic
  • Flexible Study-Plans Designed to Help You Have Conversations
  • 25+ Helpful Learn Russian Videos
  • Unlimited Email Coaching with Me
  • BONUS: 12-Part Premium Email Training
  • BONUS: Personal Pronunciation Feedback for 6 Months
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

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100% Money Back Guarantee for 30 Days

Purchase With Confidence...It's Risk Free!

If, for any reason, you don't like this program, you can get a full refund anytime within 30 days after your purchase. If you have any issues, just get in touch with me and I'll either help you out until you get the results you need or give you a swift refund.

Here is Everything You Get When You Enroll:

Learn the Step-By-Step System I Used to Become Fluent in Russian

The program shows you the exact strategies and methods I used to become fluent in Russian.

Build 4 Strategic Habits to Make Learning Russian Fun, Easy and Automatic

Make progress as efficiently as possible in Russian vocabulary, grammar, listening, and speaking skills. Build solid habits in as little at 15 minutes per day so you enjoy learning Russian and make progress on autopilot.

Flexible Study-Plans Designed to Help You Have Conversations

You can choose a study-plan designed around your current level to optimize your learning and rapidly increase your vocabulary, grammar, listening, and speaking skills. The plans are flexible, so you can choose yourself how much time you spend learning each day.

25+ Helpful Learn Russian Videos

Over 25 videos of helpful content to help you learn Russian quickly and effectively. These videos will guide you through the steps necessary to speak Russian well.

Unlimited Email Coaching with Ari

If at any point during the program, you have a question (about the program or about learning Russian), just send me an email. I'll gladly take the time to answer your question.

30-Day Money Back Guarantee

If for some reason, the program doesn't work for you, let me know. And I'll give you a full 100% refund.

BONUS #1: A 12-Part Premium Email Training (Value $75)

After you've signed up for the Blueprint, you will get 12 premium emails for free in 30 days. These emails are quick to read, but will ensure you digest the material in the Conversational Blueprint well, offer you extra tips and strategies AND give you extra accountability.

BONUS #2: Personal Pronunciation Feedback for 6 Months (Value $200)

Once a month, you can send me a recording of your Russian, and I'll give you personal feedback what you need to work on (I'll include specific exercises). This will help you drastically improve your Russian accent over time, so you will sound like a native speaker. This is usually a paid service, but I offer it for free to students of my Conversational blueprint.

Who Should Buy this Program (and Who Shouldn't)?

This program is for you if:

  • You struggle to consistently practice your Russian skills.
  • You want to feel confident when speaking to native Russian speakers.
  • You struggle to incorporate correct Russian grammar into your speech.
  • You find it difficult to learn and remember new Russian words.
  • You have difficulties understanding native Russian speakers.
  • You have stopped progressing in Russian.
  • You are looking for an all-in-one Russian program.
  • You want to learn Russian from home, but lack discipline.
  • You struggle with fear of speaking Russian. 

This program is not for you if:

  • You are already consistently practicing Russian and happy with your progress.
  • You do not know the Russian alphabet yet.
  • You are comfortable with your Russian speaking skills.
  • You already know several thousand Russian words.
  • You understand all the Russian cases and how to use them in your speech.
  • You have no issues understanding native Russian speakers.
  • You already have a systematic approach to improving your vocabulary, grammar, listening and speaking skills. 

What Others Say About the Program:

"which makes it an immensely valuable course besides any course material you might already own."
- Nick

"It pulls together the fundamentals of a language from reading to speaking by breaking down how much time todedicate to each aspect and the best resources to maintain your schedule in order to reach a conversational level as efficiently as possible."

- Justin

"I really liked your approach and the fact that as a non native speaker you understood the futility of some of the approaches people take."

- Graham

"To have someone lay out tips for progressing in Russian is enormously helpful."
- Yvan

"Thanks for the timelines and step-by-step paths for the most common types of lifestyles and schedules."

- Max

There's No Better Time to Start Working on Your Russian Skills Than NOW.

Don't delay - this is your chance to turn your dream of speaking fluent Russian into reality.

Time is passing anyway. In a month from now you can either still be where you are, or have rapidly improved your Russian speaking skills. The choice is up to you.

I guarantee that if you want to learn to speak conversational Russian - or upgrade your current skills - then this program is exactly what you need.

It's $197 for the knowledge of a lifetime. And every single cent is backed by a full money-back guarantee for 30 days. You simply cannot lose.

I guess I've said all I can.

Sign up now.

Click the button below immediately, this very second, to secure your place:

The Russian Conversational Blueprint

Use strategic habit-building to make learning Russian fun, easy, and automatic, so that you can finally start to enjoy conversations with native Russian speakers.

$297 Only $197

One-time Payment - Lifetime Access

  • Learn the Step-By-Step System I Used to Become Fluent in Russian
  • Build 4 Strategic Habits to Make Learning Russian Fun, Easy and Automatic
  • Flexible Study-Plans Designed to Help You Have Conversations
  • 25+ Helpful Learn Russian Videos
  • Unlimited Email Coaching with Me
  • BONUS: 12-Part Premium Email Training
  • BONUS: Personal Pronunciation Feedback for 6 Months
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this program for beginners, intermediate or advanced learners?

This program is not for everyone. From experience I've seen that it is most effective for:

  • people that don't have any structure in their Russian learning
  • people that struggle to use their knowledge to have conversations in Russian

Most people that go through the program have tried to learn Russian before. But haven’t found the success they needed with other methods.

The Russian Conversational Blueprint is completely different from more traditional methods of learning Russian. It focuses only on the essential things you need to learn Russian quickly and have conversations fast.

It also focuses on strategic habit-building, so learning Russian becomes fun, easy and automatic.

So if you’ve tried to learn Russian before only to end up frustrated and stuck, the Russian Conversational Blueprint is a good investment to make in your Russian skills.

What happens after I join this program? Can I start right away?

Once you enroll, you’ll receive instant access to the Russian Conversational Blueprint.

The course is structured as a 4 module program. You get lifetime access so you can work through it at your own pace and with your own Russian goals in mind.

Here’s what to expect when you login to the member area:

  1. Every module has a theme and contains 4 to 5 lessons. Each lesson takes from 10 to 30 minutes to complete.
  2. You focus on vocabulary during the first module. Then in module 2, you focus mainly on grammar and a bit of vocabulary. In module 3, it's mainly listening skills and grammar, and vocabulary. Then in module 4, you focus mainly on speaking, with added vocabulary, grammar, and listening skills.
  3. The reason why I built the program like that is that you need vocabulary before your grammar becomes useful. And you need vocabulary AND grammar before you can listen well. And before you can speak, you need to have a solid base in vocabulary, grammar, and listening.
  4. After completing the program, you can choose from one of the different schedules (ranging from 20 minutes to 2 hours per day), and follow those to implement everything you've learned in the 4 program modules.
  5. In addition to the program material itself, you’ll get direct access to me to ask for help with your Russian skills at any time.

How much time do I need?

The program is self-paced, so you can decide for yourself how much time to spend on the program. You can go through the main blueprint in a weekend (or take a more relaxed approach and take longer - you have lifetime access).

After having gone through the main Blueprint lessons, you start implementing the materials and you can choose between 3 learn Russian schedules:

  • 15 to 30 minutes per day
  • 1 hour per day
  • 2+ hours per day

When I say 'per day', I mean dailyish. So it's okay to skip a day once a while, but aim to spend at least 4 to 5 days per week practicing.

You can follow these schedules for as long as you like. There's plenty of material to keep on progressing untill you're upper intermediate. 

I followed the early versions of these schedules for about 2 years. But you can also follow it for a shorter period of time to focus on specific areas of your Russian that you need to work on.

How can an online program help me speak better ?

That's a great question. First of all, the program is designed to help you speak better, even if you do not have anyone to practice speaking with.

The method is called “Clear Speaking Practice,” and I’ve used myself to quickly improve my speaking skills.

Also, when you learn in the classroom, you can't speak because the way they teach you grammar and vocabulary is ineffective and inefficient. So it's no wonder you can't speak well. After all, how to speak when you don't really know how to say anything?

But with my methodology, you build rock solid foundations and the habit of studying Russian consistently. This means that when it comes time to speak, all the Russian words and phrases you need are fresh in your mind - exactly where you need them.

How long do I have access to the program?

How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this program for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own. You also get lifetime access to all future updates - updates are made at least once per year, with new lessons and bonuses packed with new strategies that are working for me.

Is it still worth it to learn Russian in 2023?

Yes, it's definitely still worth learning Russian, despite the current situation. I've made a 6-minute video addressing this. You can watch it below:

Any chance of getting of getting a sample?

While I don't offer a sample of this course, I do have a simple 30-day refund policy, no questions asked. So you can enroll RISK-FREE today and have a FULL 30 days to try out the program before deciding whether or not it works for you. Should you decide during this period that the program isn't for you, just email me and I’ll send you a full refund. No questions asked!

Can I download the materials and review them on the go?

Yes, you can. The program itself can be accessed on your phone. And all the tools and exercises can be done on your phone or computer.

What is your refund policy?

The Russian Conversational Blueprint comes with a full 30-day money back guarantee, so there’s no risk to you to try it out. If you aren’t happy with the program or feel it’s not for you, just email me and I’ll refund you in full. No questions asked!

Do you offer payment plans?

No, there is just a one-time payment of $197. This gives you lifetime access to the Russian Conversational Blueprint. The materials never expire. What’s more, you also get free updates to the course in the future, as they are released.

Why is this course in USD?

I get students from all over the world, and the USD is the most widely accepted currency. But you can purchase the course with any credit or debit card, PayPal account, or Google Pay. Your bank will automatically convert the USD to your currency at market rate.

Am I too old to learn Russian?

Age is a concern for many people. A 30 year-old usually has a better memory (usually), than a 75-year old.

However, one thing I noticed with my older students is that they often do well despite their age. In fact, maybe they do well BECAUSE OF their age. They are more responsible, more committed, and often have more time to spend on learning Russian.

Another thing that often motivates older students is that learning Russian has plenty of health benefits to make your brain stay active and sharp for the years to come. So if you ever find yourself thinking "I'm too old to learn Russian", then that may be the exact reason why you should keep learning Russian. Challenging your brain means keeping it sharp, active, and agile.

Besides that, lots of people learn language when they’re older. And the biggest determiner of language learning success is the approach you take and the time you consistently put in, rather than your age.

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