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Israel is a country where different cultures collide.  We help immigrants from the former Soviet Union, where Russian was the state language, to preserve their cultural roots and bring their culture to Israeli society. Dr. Nina Vlasova, the author of an innovative method of teaching Russian as a foreign language, and the former head of the Russian language department at the Moscow Conservatory, who now lives in Israel, is convinced that a person cannot fully understand another culture without knowing the language of that culture. The children of immigrants from Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union, often do not know the native language of their parents and grandparents. Moving to a new country with a different language and culture is never a reason to discard an “old” language and culture.  In order to support our efforts at preserving the Russian language and culture, we have created a Russian Language for Kids project. 

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