Sixth-grader Jared Kouadio, 11, wears silly glasses used as teaching props in his Russian language class at the Robert Goddard French Immersion School. | Read more about the school
(Linda Davidson - THE WASHINGTON POST)
An enclave of pre-teen Russian speakers has sprung up close to Washington.
At the Robert Goddard French Immersion School in Prince George’s County, more than 150 students — none of whom are Russian by heritage — take classes in the language.
The Post’s Robert Samuels has the full story on the school, which according to a survey has the largest Russian-language program of any middle school in the nation.
Think you could guess a few Russian terms? Put your knowledge — or at least your ability to guess — to the test.
Guess the translations of these Russian words