If your car battery is dead and you cannot start it in the usual way - ask someone to help you push the car to start it "from the pusher".
Well, if besides you there is one more - two people who will push the car from behind - ask them to push, and get behind the wheel yourself. Put the car in neutral, turn the key in the ignition, and start accelerating.
After the car starts to move, squeeze the clutch and, without releasing it, engage the second gear. Leaving the clutch depressed, wait until the vehicle picks up a low speed, and then gently release the clutch pedal while lightly pressing the accelerator pedal. There should be a slight jolt and the engine will start. After depressing the clutch again, press the brake pedal and stop the machine.
If you have no one to help you, but the car is standing on a sloping road, you can try to start the car yourself. To do this, engage neutral and turn the key in the ignition. Get out of the car and make sure there are no moving cars in the same direction. Open the driver's side door and start pushing the car with one hand on the steering wheel.
As soon as the speed of the car reaches 10 - 15 km / h, jump into the seat, squeeze the clutch, engage the second gear and, slightly pressing the gas pedal, remove your foot from the clutch. The engine should start. Do not forget to constantly monitor the brake so that during sudden acceleration you do not "catch up" pedestrians, a fence or a parked car.