You have been given one of the most challenging topics of your short academic career and have now asked yourself the question; how do you create a biographical piece in the Russian language no less. If you are a first-year major in Russian, then you are halfway there. But for the rest of you, this introductory guide should help you get started writing in a foreign language from a personal point of view.
Also, note that whether you have been given an extensive amount of time to study, research, prepare and write your final essay, or been given a short, unreasonable target, there are no easy shortcuts to mastering the Russian language as a non-native of that country and its culture. While we guide you, we also try to motivate you to do your best and deliver impressive work.
Let us first deal with extremely tight deadlines. Let us also deal with a hypothetical situation to show you what a proactive approach to meeting deadlines and producing solid work can achieve. You don’t need to remind us that this essay assignment is unreasonable. You also don’t have time to procrastinate. So, here is what you will do in the meantime.
The long-term goal is not constrained by time but offers enriching rewards if all work is properly prepared. Before you are tasked with writing your first, foreign-language essay, you will be required to study the language’s vocabulary, grammar and sentence construction, among other things. Make sure that you do this well.
Finally, because you are writing in Russian, you need to tailor your prose to that country’s market and culture so that it is authentic and Russian readers can relate to your story. You can start immersing yourself in Russian literary texts over the last two to three centuries in your own language.
This short guide has hopefully given you some motivation to pursue this challenge with confidence and in the knowledge that such daunting challenges can and will always be overcome.
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