Before coming to Tallinn, I studied abroad, 6 years ago in Ukraine. I lived there for 2 years. Whilst staying in Tallinn, I wanted to work on my language skills as I have spent a long time not speaking Russian. During my Russian course I enjoyed having a large amount of time to speak and work on my flow of speaking. This was very helpful in my confidence in speaking. Outside the school, I felt that there were enough Russian speakers in Tallinn to speak as much as possible. I also participated at the sightseeing tours proposed by Multilingua. I went to Keila-Joa, Paldiski and Narva. I enjoyed these tours and enjoyed learning the history of Estonia related to its Soviet past.