Online Russian Language Course - Reading Guide

Lesson #1

author Kateryna Samokhvalova

Hi there! If you decided it is time to study Russian by yourself, this article will be very useful to you. What do you think is the first thing to study before diving into grammatical topics? That's right - you need to learn to read and pronounce things right. Otherwise, Russian speakers may not understand at first what you are saying. Although it is pretty difficult to teach to read without actually hearing the student, I will try to do my best, considering that I can predict possible mistakes, like the ones my students make.

Lesson #2

author Kateryna Samokhvalova

So, this is my second article about how to learn to read in Russian without actually seeing a teacher in class or in Skype. Please, follow the rules and you will be very close to the right pronunciation. Although, I have to say that foreign students do better when they listen to the native speaker. So, do not hesitate and order a 30 minutes trial lesson to decide if you want to take lessons via Skype or not.

Lesson #3

author Kateryna Samokhvalova

If you are reading this because you started learning Russian, it means you have come across some difficulties on your way. Mainly, problems occur when you see the differences in the alphabet. There are letters that look the same and even sound alike. However, there are many more that look neither the same nor you can compare them to your native alphabet.

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