- August 21, 2008 at 6:40 am #248710
This site teaches you Russian for free on this
There are also videos that go with the lessons
Check you progress with Yahoo! Babel Fish – Text Translation and Web Page Translation
This site was created for people who want to achieve a basic understanding of the Russian language.
It operates according to the following learning principles:
Learning from textbooks provides a good foundation, but you may be surprised how little you can understand when someone speaks to you in normal-paced, native Russian. The way Russians talk on the street is significantly different to the ideal pronunciation presented in language books. The aim of this website is to help visitors to the Russian Federation understand Russian as it is naturally spoken.
AND BEST OF ALL IT’S FREE!!
The lessons are designed with the beginner in mind, especially those who are planning to travel to countries where Russian is spoken. We have tried to make learning as easy as possible via original sound recordings combined with the Russian text, English translations and phonetic transliterations (guides to pronunciation). The focus is on building vocabulary, and, unlike other websites and textbooks, grammar is introduced very slowly.
Listening to Audio on Listen2Russian.com
To listen to the audio and see the navigation buttons on this website you need to have Flash Player Version 7 or above installed in your browser. Most browsers will already have the Flash Player installed (Version 7 was released in 2003), but if you are using a very old version of your operating system, or a less commonly used internet browser, then you may need to install Flash Player
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