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Self study guide for elementary level learners of Russian
and for intermediate level students who wish to review basic grammar and vocabulary




Introductory Lesson 1

Reading syllables. Translating This is..., Here is...




Introduction. Russian letters and sound system
Russian alphabet
Sounds, handwriting, keyboard
Introductory Lesson 1
Reading syllables. Translating This is..., Here is...
Introductory Lesson 2
Reading syllables. Conjunctions and
Introductory Lesson 3
Learn Russian hushing and velar sounds. Stress and vowel reduction (, )
Quiz 1
Check what you have learned from Lessons 1-3 with this 10 minute quiz.
Introductory Lesson 4
Letters ,,,
Introductory Lesson 5
Learn Russian 7-letter spelling rule
Introductory Lesson 6
Learn Russian Hard and Soft onsonants. Vowel reduction (, )
Quiz 2
Check what you have learned from Lessons 4-6 with this 15 minute quiz.
Introductory Lesson 7
Letters and . Pronunciation of , , , . Letters , ,
Introductory Lesson 8
Unpaired hard and soft consonants. The soft consonant
Quiz 3
Check what you have learned from Lessons 7-8 with this 15 minute quiz.
Introductory Lesson 9
Voiced and Voiceless Consonants. Devoicing of Final Consonants. Consonant Clusters
Introductory Lesson 10
Pronunciation of , , and
Phrasebook Topic 1
Learn how to greet people and say goodbye in Russian
Phrasebook Topic 2
Introducing Yourself in Russian
Quiz 4
Check what you have learned from Lessons 7-8 with this 10 minute quiz.

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1.1. Letters   

Practice reading Russian vowel letters aloud.
Click each letter to listen, then click again and say it with me. 

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Practice reading combinations of consonants and vowels. 

Click each combination to listen, then click again and say it with me. 

Practice reading combinations of consonants and vowels. 

Click each combination to listen, then click again and say it with me. 

1.2. Translating This is..., Here is... into Russian

Practice reading some Russian sentences. Many sentences in Russian have no verb. For example: This is... These are... is translated as ...

Click each sentence to listen, then click again and say it with me. 

1. .

2. .

3. .

4. .

 

 

 

Here is... Here are... is translated as ... . The word is used to point at something or somebody farther off.  Click each sentence to listen, then say it .

1. .

2. .

 
Reading  
Practice reading some Russian words aloud.
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Practice reading some Russian sentences aloud.
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Exercises  
Practice identifying Russian vowels , , , , 蠠
Practice identifying consonants , , , , , in syllables
Practice spelling Russian words from the pictures above

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