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Basic Russian Language - Russian For Beginners __ "Basic Russian pages are for people who have never studied Russian language or had a few years of Russian many years ago and need a review. Beginner Russian pages include Russian alphabet, grammar lessons, vocabulary lessons and listening activities." - From - 

Basic Russian Phrases __ Russian phrases and English translations. Short phrases and greetings listed. - From Claremont Unified School District - 

Beginning Russian Dialogs __ You will find lessons in the form of conversations. - From Leed, Nakhimovsky, and Nakhimovsky - 

Course of Russian Language in Pictures __ Learn Russian with pictures, Russian script, and sound. - illustrated - From - 

English and Russian Grammar for Russian Students __ Comprehensive resource for students of Russian grammar, including lessons on the Cyrillic alphabet. - From University of Denver - 
English-Russian Dictionary __ An English to Russian dictionary with over 56,000 entries. The words you enter must have at least four letters. From Stanislav Sinyagin - 

Friends & Partners Russian Language Resources __ Learn the Russian and Cyrillic alphabets, common Russian phrases and more, by listening and repetition. Links to other resources too. - From - 



History of Russian Language __ A history of the Russian language broken down into time periods. You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials - from wikipedia - 

An Interactive Online Russian Reference Grammar __ Learn the Russian language online. Covers nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, more. - From - 

An Introduction to Russian __ You will find a clear introduction to Russian which will not intimidate the beginner. - From - 


Online English to Russian to English Dictionary __ That is what it is. - From - 



Russian language __ "Russian is a Slavic language in the Indo-European family. From the point of view of the spoken language, its closest relatives are Belarusian and Ukrainian, the other two national languages in the East Slavic group. In many places in Ukraine and Belarus, these languages are spoken interchangeably." You will find an encyclopedic article and links to related materials. - From wikipedia - 

Russian Language Learning Website __ " Learn Russian through a multimedia study experience of classic Russian literature! ... Critically explore the works of Pushkin, Gogol, Tolstoy and Blok, each presented in their historical context. ... Enjoy learning Russian literature and language through reading texts, listening to and repeating spoken Russian, watching video discussions and challenging yourself through interactive exercises." All that and more. - illustrated - from University of Sussex/London School of Economics & Political Science - 

Russian Language Mentor __ "The Russian Language Mentor (RLM) is a self-paced Language Maintenance and Development Curriculum intended for intermediate to advanced Russian linguists." Purchase of some material may be needed. - From - 
Russian language online tutorial and Russian phrasebook ... __ "Why do you need to know a little Russian? Because if you are going to travel to Russia, it will be much easier to make your way around if you can read the Russian alphabet and know a few basic words." - From - 

Russian Alphabet __ Alphabet in Russian and English with pronunciation of the Russian letters. - From - 



Russian Tongue Twisters __ There are more than fifty Russian tongue twisters for you at this site. An English translation of each one is given. - From Michael Reck - 

Very Basic Russian __ It really is but might be worth a visit. Try "I" plus a word as an example. - From Russica Miscellanea - 



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