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Russian vocabulary in use | Lesson 5 | PLAYGROUNDS in Moscow


Hello everyone! Welcome to Russian Vocabulary in Use. Today’s lesson is about the playground. Don’t forget to answer all the questions out loud. So noisy 0_o Here we go. This is a playground. Is this a children’s room? No, this is a playground. This playground is located in Moscow. Is this playground in Mexico? No, this playground is located in Moscow. In Fili Park. This is a slide. The slide is blue. Is this slide red? No, this slide is blue. On the slide, children are sliding. This a slide, too. Roma is sliding off the slide. Is it fun? Ok. Each slide tell something about different countries. Here’s the Czech Republic. Here’s America. The USA. Croatia. This is Russia, Moscow. More Moscow. And over there, by the way, is Russia. Here’s Turkey. And France… … in the “sandbox”. This is a sandbox. It was raining, that’s was the sandbox is dirty. Is the sandbox clean? No, it’s dirty. Unfortunately. Inside the sandbox, there is sand. Are stones here? No, here’s some sand. Inside of the sandbox is sand. And this thing is called swings. Roma is swinging. Let me do it. Roman: I can do it myself, Daddy taught me. Well done! What is Roma doing? Roma is swinging. In what is Roma swinging? In swings. Roma is swinging, and the toddler is running around. This is a merry-go-round. Kids are riding the merry-go-round. This is Roma. And this is a little kid. Be careful! Is this the swings? No, this is a merry-go-round. Also, here is a merry-go-round for kids in wheelchairs. They can get here and ride it. And here is a swing for children with special needs. Let me show you, here is a special ramp. And they’ll be able to swing. And this is a playground for small kids. For little children. Is this a playground for adults? No, this is a playground for children. Everything is small here. Is everything big? No, everything is small. Small slide. Small swing. Everything for little toddlers. What’s going on? What happened? Are you dizzy? Got it. And this is a bench. Is it a chair? No, this is a bench. Children are playing, and adults are sitting on a bench. Are they sitting in an armchair? No, adults are sitting on the bench. That was it for today. I hope you enjoyed the lesson. And if you did, please, join my full Russian Vocabulary Booster course. I will put the link in the description box of this video. And if you like Russian playgrounds, let me know in the comments. I’ll be happy to discuss them. Thank you very much for watching. I hope to see you next time. Bye-bye!

Reader Comments

  1. I really see what you mean Daria! I think a person would capture so much more, ( learning the subtleties ) if he or she were put into the discussion or conversation in the language! For me it's going to be about the word endings…one can not just memorize single words in Russian and then just group them together! Thank you for the Lesson, your friend Ethan!

  2. Thanks Daria! Excellent video trip to the playground with Roman! 👍😘🤗💕💖💗😊 Love from Arkansas 👍 ❤️😊

  3. That merry-go-round reminded me of an old Bill Cosby stand up comedy routine he did way back in the 1960's. I know he is scorned now but it is still funny when I think about it. He talks of his friends getting pushed around on that thing until they threw up.

  4. Wow! What a nice park! In the USA, I have never seen a playground with equipment for handicapped people! Is this normal at most parks in Russia?
    Also, I like how there are pictures of places in different countries. The only educational things I've seen in parks here are just 1,2,3, & A,B,C, etc. (Very simple things). Is this also normal in Russia?
    I have a question: What's the difference between 'на горке' & 'с горки'? Is it 'с горки' because Roma was sliding down the slide at that moment & 'на горке' because children were on the slide meaning 'on the structure'?

  5. Классное место, детям раздолье, но я всё видео смотрела на деревья вокруг 😄 Красотища, прямо как в лесу! У нас таких парков нет, увы…

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  7. 4:48 ..Ok !!! kids From 90's Guess That Song..
    Don't Look Answer , First Try To Guess ???

    [ Taking Back My Love (Enrique) ]
    Always Listening During College Even Being Single LOL

  8. Заходит им)) общаюсь с твоим учеником, неплохо получается по русски))

  9. That was great. My first language ist German. I hear the russian words translated to english. Then i translate to German. Thats crazy 😄👍

  10. Русские девушки стареют очень быстро. И Дарья, ты тоже такая You are in finish.. 😂

  11. Thanks. One idea for “vocab in use” is about cars: Car needs gas. Tires need air or flat tire. Change the oil, other common problems. Battery dead needs a charge or jump start

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