Postcrossing Bears and Writing in Russian

Aloitin venäjän opinnot tammikuussa ja päätin hyödyntää Postcrossingia venäjän kirjoittamisen harjoittelussa. Yleensä tuntuu että suurin osa Postcrossing-korteista menee Venäjälle, mutta tällä kertaa arpa osui Saksaan ja Yhdysvaltoihin. Amerikkalaisen postcrossaajan profiilissa kieliin oli kuitenkin listattu myös venäjä, joten pääsin harjoittelemaan muutaman sanan verran. Opettelen myös kyrillistä kaunokirjoitusta, mutta korttiin kirjoitin ihan painokirjaimin.

I started studying Russian in January and thought I could practice writing Russian by sending a Postcrossing card to Russia. I figured I'd probably get a Russian address on the first or second try because that's what usually happens. But not this time. I got addresses to Germany and the US. ...but the American postcrosser did have Russian listed in his languages in his profile so it worked out fine anyway.

 Bears to Germany. 

 And a winter landscape to the US. 

I hate the smudges on my camera lens. I've tried to clean it many times but I think the smudges just got worse. I'm thinking of getting a new camera for my birthday in March anyway though, so this won't be a problem for long anymore.

This last photo is just to highlight that I really did write a few words in Russian. Not in cursive writing yet though (but I'm working on it).  

P.S. Hyvää ystävänpäivää!


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