They have different interests, view of life, attitude to family life and career development. Otherwise speaking, they have different ambitions and goals. Thus, if you think about dating a Russian beauty, you need to understand this difference, and you also need to know how talk to her. If you happen to visit Russia, the easiest way to start a conversation with a native girl is to ask directions or recommendations on what sights or restaurants to visit. Russian women are very friendly and are always ready to support anyone who needs their help.
I live now in Eastern Europe. I think I have a good perspective on how to talk to Russian girls as they are different from Western girls. Russian women like the direct approach. The best way to meet a Russian girl is ask directions or just start talking about anything or recommendations where to go to. Then ask them what they are doing in Moscow, are they are student or do they work. Or just skip the sms and ask them if they would give you a tour or on another day go for a walk in the park. I do not think American or western European girls would even consider this, they would label you as a stalker or a nut.
So you are on your journey of learning Russian, it's an exciting adventure, but it does get hard at times. One danger in language learning is to get so focused on grammar and vocabulary that you forget to simply practice and enjoy the language. One of the most exciting though slightly unorthodox ways of learning Russian is to date a native Russian speaker!
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