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... nation before Russian invasion in the 16th century under Ivan the Terrible (doing this off memory and not googling so apologies if I'm providing inaccurate information).
I was lucky enough to be there for a parade of marching bands and spent the afternoon clapping along with the crowds as the bands trumpeted past.
The restaurant I had planned on eating at was closed for a private function so I bought what I could understand from a market ...
... host mom seems to think it is certainly okay if you don't feel prepared. She once told me to sit next to my friends in class and ask them answers on the test. Another time I had to memorize a poem in Russian and she told me to write it on my hand. (YES! I HAD TO MEMORIZE A POEM...I have not volunteered to do so since.) I am not the only student that has received such advise from their host family. The host mom of my good friend, Sasha, also told her to cheat. My host mom may ...
... actually took place. Nonetheless, everyone had the day off, including us. I slept until 1:00pm, woke up for a big lunch that my host mom had been preparing for three days, I swear, and then of course sat and drank some tea. After our tea, I returned to my room for not even an hour to work on homework until we had a guest. Talha, a Pakistani student, studied in Kazan and lived with my host mom in December and January. (I have come to learn that my room is quite legendary with all ...
... I am the Christmas Party" in the middle of July
c. A girls shirt "We read magazines"
We also think that if there is a typo on a shirt that was destined for an English speaking country, it is sent here. Some words just don't make sense at all.
2. Russian women dress up to go to all events and their male counterparts typically look like they just rolled out of bed. The women wear the most impractical shoes, ...
... sup> Platskart and occasionally 4th which are seats. Most people
tend to travel either 2nd or 3rd class. 2nd
class consists of a compartment of usually 4 beds (two on the bottom and two on
the top, similar to bunk beds). These are quite private and your mess is your
own. 3rd class is quite similar in that it is broken up into
compartments, but there are no doors for
privacy, and along ...