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Pavel Tchernov
Born August 10, 1989 (1989-08-10) (age 32)
Moscow, Russia
Residence Moscow, Russia
Nationality Russian
Citizenship Russian
Education Chorus Conducting and Singing
Years active december 2014 - present
Home town Moscow
Website
TED Profile

I was born in Moscow, Russia. I learned French in my university and myself for long time. I was inspired the russian writers like A.P. Tchekhov, A.S. Pushkin and L.N. Tolstoy.

I have plans to contribute for French → Russian talks.

And my plans on Russian OTPedia:

On reading: