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John
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 Re: Traditions in education

Post by John » Thu Dec 15, 2011 1:50 pm

Serafima:they will learn it anyway. the problem here is to preserve Russian. I want them appreciate their heritage, to be proud of it, to be able to read world's best classic literature. But that's my dreams. i still have a lot of time before they will go to school.
Thar'd be amazing!
CHRIST IS RISEN!

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Serafima
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 Re: Traditions in education

Post by Serafima » Fri Dec 16, 2011 3:57 pm

John
i know one batyushka, who was born here, in the US. i believe, even his parents were born outside of Russia. He consider himself Russian. And has always thought of going back to Russia. He has 8 kids, all of them speak Russian fluently, they can read and write. And 2 older daughters currently live in Moscow. i think they are studying there.
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