Oslo University students take exams in Russian as a foreign language

For several years now, students from the University of Oslo have been studying the semester program “Russian as a Foreign Language” at the Linguistic Center of PetrSU.
11 Norwegian students finished their studies last week. They have successfully completed the intensive online winter / spring semester program.

For seventeen weeks, the teachers of the Linguistic Center taught Norwegian students Russian vocabulary and grammar, practiced speaking skills with them, introduced them to Russian literature, folk art and culture of Russia and the Republic of Karelia.

The students took the final exam last week. This, of course, an exciting moment in the end brought a lot of positive and vivid emotions not only to students, but also to teachers.

During the exam, the guys conditionally “pulled” tickets and conducted a conversation on a given topic, as well as retelling the text, discussing the literary works studied during the course, expressing their opinion on what they read, and also answered questions from 3 examiners.

Everyone coped with the final exam remarkably, passed the exams for “A” and “B” (Levels A1, B1, B2)!

We, in turn, congratulate the Norwegian students on completing the course and wish them success in their study of the Russian language and literature. We hope that the knowledge gained will be very useful for them in their future life and future work, and, of course, we are waiting for them to study offline in Petrozavodsk! Our doors are always open noted the director of the Linguistic Center of PetrSU L.Yu. Kulikovskaya.

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