My name is Anna Sidelnikova and I am from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. I obtained my Bachelor’s degree in teaching Russian at Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod. During my studies I also started to learn Czech and began to work as a Russian teacher and translator. Besides, I had some practice in interpreting.
Since 2010 I have been living in Brno, Czech Republic. I continued my studies at Masaryk University and graduated with honors in 2012 – I got my Master’s degree in the field of the Russian Language and Literature. I have been translating and teaching Russian throughout my studies and have also taken deeper interest in interpreting. Today I am still learning together with my clients and provide my services to general public. Due to my studies and long-term residence in the Czech Republic I speak Czech fluently.
I believe I am able to fulfill individual requests of each of my clients and keep the highest possible level of lessons – as well as other services – with a positive and friendly approach. An opportunity to prove it to you will be an immense pleasure for me.
My name is Evgenia Absolon and I am from Samara, Russia. In 2009 I obtained my Master’s degree in teaching English at Samara State University, together with an additional Diploma in translation. Since then I have been living in Czech Republic, where I continued my studies at Masaryk University in the field of Comparative literature. Meanwhile, I have been translating and teaching English. Also, due to my work experience in international companies I have a good grasp of business English. In 2017 I passed the Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) exam.
My name is Anton Somov and I am from a small Russian town Dzerzhinsk which is situated in central Russia. I have been studying languages since childhood. First, I graduated from the grammar school with enhanced studying of languages. Then, I graduated with distinction from Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod and obtained my first university degree in the field of the Russian language and literature. At that time I started learning Czech and began to translate and interpret extensively.
I moved to Brno in 2010 and graduated from the local Masaryk university. First, I got a Master’s degree in the field of the Russian language and literature and afterwards - a Bachelor’s degree in the field of the Czech language for foreigners. At the same time I was engaged in teaching languages along with translating and interpreting. Now I am a student of the doctoral degree programme in the field of the Russian language on FF MU and I also teach some courses there.