One Blin at a Time Russian | Feb 6 – June 19

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One Blin at a Time Russian | Feb 6 – June 19


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One Blin at a Time Russian   

Learning a language may seem daunting. How can we possibly learn thousands of words in hundreds of thousands of combinations?

The answer:

One blin at a time. Blini are thin, Russian pancakes. In Russian and Ukrainian kitchens, dozens of blini are made to create large stacks of comfort food. In “One Blin at a Time Russian” you will learn word by word and combination by combination to create stacks and stacks of fluidity with the Russian language.

“One Blin at a Time Russian” is a series of four-week courses design for multi-level learning. Beginner to intermediate learners of the Russian language are welcome to join in on the fun. Each four-week session will focus on one topic at a time with the following structure:

Week 1: nouns by topic

Week 2: add verbs to the nouns from week one

Week 3: add adjectives and adverbs

Week 4: Review/miscellaneous

Sessions – Winter and Spring 2023

This course is divided into four themed sessions that meet four times each. We will be meeting on Mondays from 2:30-3:30pm. The cost of each session is $115 and you can sign up for a single session at a time, or multiple sessions by adding them to the cart. See the schedule below.

Sports / Спорт

February 6, 13, 20, 27

Café / в Кафе

March 13, 20; April 3, 10

Music / Музыка

April 24, May 1, 8, 15

Pets / Домашние питомцы

May 29, June 5, 12, 19

Send us an email at or call us at 541-728-3022 if you would like more details or have any questions. We would be happy to help you find the language class that best fits your needs!

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Meet your Instructor

Janet Gesme
Janet GesmeInstructor —Spanish, German and Russian

I was born in Springfield, Missouri and started life as a professional violist, but the allure of languages has pulled me into learning German, Russian, Spanish, French, and a little Hungarian and Korean. I have a master’s degree in German from Portland State University and have translated the German best sellers “Around the World on 50 Bucks” and “The Sound of Life’s Unspeakable Beauty.” I have also worked as a Spanish translator for Head Start, and as a tri-lingual screener for Volunteers in Medicine (English, Spanish and Russian). I am completely addicted to learning languages and can’t wait to share this joy with you!



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