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Re: American wishing to obtain Russian citizenship
« Reply #15 on: March 31, 2019, 06:48:59 AM »
You might like to try what some members have done and teach English in Moscow

They seem to get by.


Though how a North American can teach proper English eludes me ;)


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Re: American wishing to obtain Russian citizenship
« Reply #16 on: April 02, 2019, 09:39:22 PM »
You might like to try what some members have done and teach English in Moscow

They seem to get by.


Though how a North American can teach proper English eludes me ;)

Funny I've taught English in more places than you ever will...

American English dominates the world now....ever heard a cockney or scouse accent?  are these guys even speaking English?  Listen to Conor Mcgregor's Irish accent or Darren Till... can't understand a damn word.

Most Russians I met said they prefer my clear, clean accent than someone from the UK.

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Re: American wishing to obtain Russian citizenship
« Reply #17 on: April 03, 2019, 06:06:27 AM »
You might like to try what some members have done and teach English in Moscow

They seem to get by.


Though how a North American can teach proper English eludes me ;)


You don't have to teach English! There are thousands and thousands of opportunities if you set your mind to it!

I have  friends who do all sorts of things, Run football training camps all over Russia, Run sports clubs they set up, have internet businesses doing all sorts of things, dating, hospitality, education, travel you name it some foreigners are here doing it. One friend from the US already sold up one net firm for a million, has plenty of prime property and started several other internet brands in the food industry..everyone is doing every thing and any thing :)




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Re: American wishing to obtain Russian citizenship
« Reply #18 on: April 07, 2019, 09:47:28 AM »


Funny I've taught English in more places than you ever will...

I have NEVER tried to teach English - and have no qualifications to do so ..   

Given your imagination - hilarious 'impressions' of places you claim to have visited  - and promises you can''t keep ( to visit !)  - I seriously wonder if anything you've posted has happened

American English dominates the world now....ever heard a cockney or scouse accent?  are these guys even speaking English?  Listen to Conor Mcgregor's Irish accent or Darren Till... can't understand a damn word.

You cannot understand, because you have no experience.. ;)


Most Russians I met said they prefer my clear, clean accent than someone from the UK.

 :ROFL:

Now, I KNOW you are making it up ..

You might like to check with our absent Canadian friend who made a crust in Moscow.... He thought the same until he introduced some of his students to me ;)

I 'forgot' - you have lots of 'fwends' on VK


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Re: American wishing to obtain Russian citizenship
« Reply #19 on: April 11, 2019, 03:43:20 AM »
A few more stories about relocating to Russia to help with the citizen issue..

And you don't even need to speak ANY Russian to do it..

You can find a nice Russian women to support you while you get yourself off the ground like this guy..and take it from there, if you find real love in Russia she's going to do every thing possible to help you..the rest is up to you..

https://www.facebook.com/russiabeyond/videos/2293863050881774/?eid=ARC5b0rPU8-BvVeY63pezaIsxvNQBCv4-Zk19AADBVgrGbpdd-M1Zrphm6B6RC9dYOGboKCYgJc90nCI


Or you can arrive with a little money and set a business up, no need to speak Russian again to get started.. just do the work and make it happen.. here's a young girl who managed to do it a long with many many others..

https://www.rbth.com/business/330215-vietnamese-cafe


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Re: American wishing to obtain Russian citizenship
« Reply #20 on: April 22, 2019, 08:52:03 AM »
Or you can arrive with a little money and set a business up, no need to speak Russian again to get started.. just do the work and make it happen.. here's a young girl who managed to do it a long with many many others..

https://www.rbth.com/business/330215-vietnamese-cafe

I admire her and people like her.
please tell me where I'm being / have been 'dishonest'? 
Yes, he said that.........