Just a little bit longer....
Summer break is over, and the wonderful Autumn days are here. We are loving it here in Charlotte. The colors of the leaves are breathtaking! But I am still unable to set up my recording studio like I'd like to. It looks like I'll be able to do so in the next 2 weeks though. So, stay tuned!

Many thanks to all those who send me e-mails, 'bugging' me about coming back.

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Russian Stress Patterns ( Accented Vs Unaccented Vowels)


1. Greeting by a subscriber (Thank you, Emily) - Спасибо!

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