Verbs of Motion 
Глаголы движения

This video introduces the first verb of motion – “going on foot” (идти-ходить). It includes some practice to check your understanding. Recommended for the beginning level.

This video introduces the second “going” verb – going by transport (ехать - ездить). It includes some practice to check your understanding. Recommended for the beginning level.

You already know the grammar concept of verbs of motion and need more practice with them? This video can help you recognize the verbs of "going" when spoken and use the four verbs of "going" in context. Please follow the steps in the video to get the most out of the practice. 

This is your listening practice for "weather"-words and "verbs of going". 

 

Здравствуйте! Всем доброго утра! Сегодня среда, двенадцатое января. И я ______________на работу на автобусе. Почему на автобусе? Потому что вот такая погода сегодня. Сегодня ________________ сильный снег. Посмотрите! Практически ничего не видно. На дорогах очень сыро, снежно, плохая видимость. Поэтому на автобусе _______________ намного удобнее сегодня. Сегодня ______________ сильный снег. Температура тридцать два градуса по Фаренгейту или ноль градусов по Цельсию. Я ______________ к университету. Вот вы видите, там вдали наш университет. Несмотря на такую погоду... Всем удачного дня!

This video expands the knowledge about the grammar concept of the verbs of motion. It explains the concept of directionality (unidirectional-multidirectional), tenses (present-past-future), and aspects (Imperfective-perfective) of “going verbs”. It also includes some practice to check your understanding. 

This video introduces vocabulary on public transport and explains how to use it with the verbs ехать-ездить. Also, it includes some listening practice, speaking prompts as well as cultural information.

This grammar tutorial explains how to use one of motion verbs “flying” (лете́ть – лета́ть) in context. You will find plenty of examples, some idiomatic expressions, and excerpts from Russian songs.

This video explains how to interpret the English verb “to drive” into Russian. Shows what Russian constructions to use in order to deal with some common situations related to driving. Uses the verbs of motion: ехать-ездить, вести-водить, везти-возить Includes a lot of examples based on everyday driving situations.

This video explains how to interpret the English verb “to drive” into Russian. Shows what Russian constructions to use in order to deal with some common situations related to driving. Uses the verbs of motion: ехать-ездить, вести-водить, везти-возить Includes a lot of examples based on everyday driving situations.

OLD VERSION

This video introduces the grammar point of the verbs of motion. It explains the concept of directionality (unidirectional - multidirectional verbs) and the difference between the verbs of "going on foot" and "going by vehicle". It also includes some practice to check your understanding. 

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Driving in Russian. How to Interpret Driving Situations in Russian.

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This PDF document is based on the video"Driving in Russian" and aims to help students  interpret some everyday driving situations using verbs of motion and other expressions. It includes the script of the video, the table with 24 driving situations, a quiz and a few questions related to your personal driving situations. It is recommended for students of the intermediate levels (B1-B2) who needs clarification, better understanding and practice in using the verbs of motion: ехать-ездить, вести-возить, везти-возить.

Prefixed Verbs of "Going". Reference Grammar Book

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The grammar reference e-book “Prefixed Verbs of Going” aims to help students understand the meanings and usage of major prefixed verbs of motion through visuals such as graphics, charts, tables as well as examples and exercises. It is recommended for students of the high-beginning and low-intermediate levels (A2-B1); however, it can be useful for anyone who needs clarification, better understanding and practice in using the verbs of motion.

TABLE: Going Verbs: Directionality. Tenses. Aspects

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