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MiR 047 Shorts – Are You Nauseous or Nauseated?


Welcome to the Mark in Russia podcast network, episode #46, and I’m your host, Mark. This episode is part of my series of “Shorts” and by this I mean approximately 5 minute long podcasts which are aimed at explaining a … Continue reading

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MiR 042 1991 The Year in Review


             Welcome to the Mark in Russia Podcast Network and Episode # 042. I try to work with Russian learners of English in terms of language and cultural understanding, while also publishing interesting material for others.  I’m Mark and … Continue reading

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MiR 046 Shorts – Isn’t it Ironic?


Welcome to the Mark in Russia podcast network, episode #46, and I’m your host, Mark. This episode is part of my series of “Shorts” and by this I mean approximately 5 minute long podcasts which are aimed at explaining a … Continue reading

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MiR 044 Shorts – Bring or Take


Welcome to the Mark in Russia podcast network, episode #44, and I’m your host, Mark. This episode is part of my series of “Shorts” and by this I mean approximately 5 minute long podcasts which are aimed at explaining a … Continue reading

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MiR 041 Shorts – Hanged or Hung


Welcome to the Mark in Russia podcast network, episode #41, and I’m your host, Mark. This episode is part of my series of “Shorts” and by this I mean approximately 5 minute long podcasts which are aimed at explaining a … Continue reading

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MiR 040 Shorts – Dove or Dived


You should go to the website, http:www.markinrussia.com and look at the show notes and vocabulary. You’ll get more out of the lesson if you are able to follow it in writing. Todays Quick Grammar Tip concerns the use Dived and … Continue reading

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MiR 038 Shorts – Etcetera, Et cetera, etc.


Todays Quick Grammar Tip concerns the use of etcetera, what it means, how to remember when to use it and also what punctuation to use it. The Latin term etcetera, or et cetera has been adopted into the English language. … Continue reading

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