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Russian etiquette-on the street and in academic settings
« on: December 26, 2013, 07:09:29 PM »
I'm going to be traveling to Russia soon, most likely to a university to study the language. I've been looking around on various websites and a lot of them seem to contradict themselves, or the comments section has drastically different advice than the actual site. It's making me a tad nervous. Does anyone know of a reputable site or have any etiquette and general advice on how to get through day-to-day interactions on the street, in transit, and in class in Russia, particularly in Moscow?

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