The Word “Caviare”

“Caviare” is of Turkish origin; it comes from Turkish Khāviyār. It spread from there to a number of European languages, including Italian caviale and the French caviar, many of which contributed to the rather confusing diversity of forms in 16th-, 17th-, and early 18th-century English: cavialy, cavery, caveer, gaveare, etc. By the mid-18th century caviare […]

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Level 3 Russian Language Course: Your Path to Fluency

Are you ready to take your Russian language skills to the next level? Level 3 Russian Language Course is designed to help you achieve fluency while ensuring you’re equipped with the most essential phrases and skills for effective communication. In Russian 3: Strong Advanced course, you will strengthen your conversation skills and expand your understanding of Russian

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Get Started in Russian: Online Russian Level 1 Course at the University of Victoria!

Russian – Level 1 Course for the beginners will start in two weeks at the University of Victoria | UVIc Continuing Studies. This Russian language course is one of my favourite because as an instructor, I can witness my students’ confidence grow as they overcome language barriers. Their Russian language learning journey is a source

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Russian Cut Roses

Have you heard about Russian cut roses or Designer cut? By Russian cut, North American florists mean cutting roses during their prime. Apparently, roses left on a longer stem have better performance and have a longer vase life. They are larger and have more open blooms. This cut is more common in Europe while North

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