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    Question Teaching English to Russian people

    Hi everybody,
    I have a problem: I am teaching English to a Russian woman. We live in Italy and, unfortunately, I can't use Italian language to explain her English grammar because she can't speak Italian very well and can't understand Italian grammar. She learned Italian "on the run" and for me it's very difficult, for example, to explain her how to form and use the Present Continuous. I search on the net trying to find an English grammar for Russian but, unfortunately, I didn't succeeded in finding anything. Do you know a website where I can find the basic rules of English grammar explained to Russian people? She is studying English for the English test to the University, Psychology Department. Thanks!

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    Re: Teaching English to Russian people

    There's a site in our database: Easy English for Russians
    I have no idea how good it is, though.

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