“ Sympatichni Lyudi! Y ya skazal bui -- nemnogo spora, ne tak strashnoe! ”
— on Oct 7, 2015.
“ Amazing conversation nice peoples ”
— on Jun 8, 2014.
“ Great! I'm looking forward to keeping up and expanding my Russian. Excellent Group! ”
— on Apr 1, 2014.
“ GREAT!!!!Thank you for your company and sharinf a meal together!!Looking forward to our trip to Brooklyn in the fall!!Have a great summer!Fondly Yvonne ”
— on Jul 10, 2013.
“ Awesome group of people. Interesting conversation and ideas. ”
— on Aug 31, 2012.
“ It's fun! ”
— on Jul 27, 2011.
“ Very friendly group! ”
— on Nov 10, 2010.
“ The members are friendly and nice. It's a nice opportunity to speak a little bit of Russian and meet others who are interested in the language and the culture. ”
— on Jul 18, 2010.
“ You can meet so many interesting and nice people, so don`t loose this chance! ”
— on Feb 10, 2010.
“ It is really fascinating for outgoing people who like to speak Russian language, talk about it and the culture. ”
— on Jun 11, 2008.
“ This is a great way for different cultures to blend. I work with several Russians and have participated in many Springfield cultural events put on by the Russian community and have met many former USSR citizens. I'd like to see this exchange grow. ”
— on Apr 8, 2008.
“ The meetings are always fun because no matter who comes, people who are interested in Russian language and culture are always fun to be with! We are looking at a later in the month meeting in April I believe so maybe even more can make it. Four wasn't bad, but 6 or 8 is better! Please come, bring materials or whatever to discuss, even Russian homework if you are taking a class! We can use anything to launch a discussion and see where it ends up! Do skorei vstrechi! Nika ”
— on Mar 15, 2008.
“ I wasn't able to find the group. I walked around a bit and didn't see a group that looked like a language group. Maybe I was looking in the wrong place? ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Sep 16, 2012.
“ Right now, people should join this group because it's fun to chat in Russian as well as in English, but it might be more worthwhile if it was a little more instructional and if the meetings had a little more structure and direction. I'd recommend a tutor. ”
— Anonymous Meetup Group member on Oct 16, 2008.