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Russian Foreign Language – National Competition: Second place goes to a student from Brucker HAK

Russian Foreign Language – National Competition: Second place goes to a student from Brucker HAK

Veronika Hamerova with her Russian teacher Eva Maltrovsky.

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DrThe student from 4 BK klasseik.HAK emerged as the best Russian speaker from the vocational schools of the Russian Cultural Institute and thus took second place in the national competition.

Veronika Hamyrova emerged as the Russian language winner at the National Foreign Language Competition in March (NÖN reported). With this, the student from 4 BK klassik.HAK also obtained her ticket to participate in the national competition held recently at the Russian Cultural Institute in Vienna.

There, participants first had to introduce themselves and then choose topics for which audio scripts were played. The task was to summarize what we heard and think about it for ourselves. In the subsequent conversation, the jury's questions also had to be answered. Hamirova then had to participate in a discussion with the other candidates and the jury before each candidate was asked to give their opinion at the end.

Here too, the linguistic talent in teacher Eva Maltrovsky's Russian language class was at the forefront. She emerged as the best Russian speaker in vocational high schools and came in second place overall. The top three received a scholarship to study at one of the Russian universities of their choice. They can start doing so in the next two years.

In any case, director Birgit Raab-Pfisterer was happy that Brucker HAK took Austrian second place in the foreign language competition in the Russian category for the second time in a row.