Learn how to handwrite, type and pronounce the 33 letters of the Russian alphabet.
Self study guide About us New Russian Textbook Russian Alphabet There are 33 letters in the Russian Alphabet: 10 vowels, 21 consonants, and 2 signs (ь, ъ).
First lesson of our course on how to read the Cyrillic alphabet. The audio recorded by Russian native speakers will help you.
LEARN RUSSIAN ALPHABET IN TWO HOURS The first step in learning something about Russia and Russians is to learn their alphabet. Alphabet is not difficult and many letters are already familiar to an English speaking person.
Learn the Russian alphabet, aka Cyrillic alphabet. Study pronunciation of Russian letters, read words, learn vocabulary. Free lesson from LearningRussian.net
This page contains a course in the Russian Alphabet, pronunciation and sound of each letter as well as a list of other lessons in grammar topics and common expressions in Russian.
Learn the Russian Alphabet, which was adopted from the Cyrillic alphabet.
The Russian alphabet is easy to learn! Learning the alphabet is the first step to learning the Russian language. Even if you don’t plan to learn the language, knowing the alphabet is great for travelling because you can read all the street and shop signs.
The Russian words in the following list are all written with the Cyrillic alphabet, but if you read them carefully, one word at a time, from top to bottom from the top of Column One, by the time you reach the final word at the bottom of Column Two, you will know the Cyrillic alphabet (as well as a few Russian words).
Learn Russian alphabet, pronunciation rules and see how hand written Russian is different from the printed version you are used to.