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Russian Alphabet Guidelinguajunkie.comWelcome to the LinguaJunkie.com Russian Alphabet Guide!This will be divided into 2 parts.1. The chart of the alphabet, including explanations about pronunciation, the letters’ Englishequivalents and the names of the letters (how the letters themselves are called in Russian.)2. A writing practice chart to help you write out the letters and get used to the Alphabet.Things to know:There are 33 letters but overall, they are not hard. They’re quite easy with a bit of practice andyou can master them all with this tiny PDF lesson if you actually try.There are several letters that act, look and sound the same as their english equivalents. Easy.There are some letters that look like English letters but have a different sound.You’ll get used to them.Then, there are some unique lettersRecommended: Want to learn Russian with Audio & Video lessons from realRussian teachers? Check out RussianPod101.com and start your lessons.ClicklearnRussianwith pwhenyoujoin)(you get a Free App upon signup)

Russian Alphabet Guidelinguajunkie.comRussian LetterName ofLetterEnglishEquivalentSounds like АAhaA in CarБBehbВVehvГGehgДDehdЕYeyeYe in YesЁYoyoYo in YogurtЖZhezhG in Genre or Zh in ZhuЗZezZ in ZeldaИEei or eeEe in JeepЙEeyiyEy in KeyКKekK in KenЛLehlL in fХHakh or hH in HatЦTsatsTs in TsarЧChachCha in ChaiШShashSh in PushЩShyaschSh in ShinO in Most

Russian Alphabet Guidelinguajunkie.comЪtverdiyznakhard sign –pronunciationsymbol(denotes apause betweensyllables)ЫYeruiTo be explained.Ьsoft sign,makes thepreviousconsonant softTo be explained.myahkiyznakЭEheEh as in MehЮYuyuU in userЯYayaYa as in Y’allTo be explained.The empty fields for letters under the “Sounds like” column don’t need much explanation.Their english equivalents do just fine. However, 3 of the 33 letters do need a bit of explanation.Let’s clear them up.Ъ is called a hard sign and has no real sound.It adds a pause between the letter before it and the letter after. For example, thingthink of the word“step.” Now, say “sss .tep” by adding a small pause between S and TEP.That’s how Ъ works. So, for example: объект (object) is pronounced as “ob-yekt.” Remember, there’s a small pause where thedash goes. Without the ъ, it would sound like “obekt.” съесть (to eat) is pronounced as “s-yest.” Without it, it would be read as “sest.” Foradditional note, the soft sign at the end of т will be explained lower.Ь is called the soft sign. It doesn’t have a sound by itself.It softens any consonant that comes before it?How? Let’s stretch our imagination about.Consider the word “Land” and the pronunciation of “L.” It’s a very dull L sound.Now consider the Chinese last name “Liang” and try to isolate the sound where L starts crossinginto the I. The L becomes softer, right?You’ll typically only see Ь at the end of words, especially verbs.

Russian Alphabet Guidelinguajunkie.comit after the letter T, think of the word “tee-shirt.” The T here is soft as opposed to the TIf you see atin “Tom” because of the impact the vowel has on it. So, TЬ would sound as “T” in “Tee” just asthe T starts crossing into the vowel.Except you don’t elongate the the “Ee” sound. Cut it short.Ы is called a Yeru.What does it sound like?Take the English word “live” or “lip” or “fish” and notice the sound of “i.” Say one of thesewords out loud. Now say the “i” part by itself. The sound comes from your throat, doesn’t it?It’s like “i” in “it” before you say the “t.”If you can practice that sound with your throat, you can master the yeru.If you want to hear these letters in action, check out some Russian lessons at the link below!Click here to access free lessonsRussianPod101.comAlright. atYou'vegotten through part 1.Part 2 is where the magic will happen.It's where you must practice writingout the letters,This next part will guarantee if youactually learn the Russian alphabet or not.And you can.But you'll need a pen and paper.And a possibly a printer.Part 2. Practice writing the alphabet.Hope you have a printer ready!On the next page, you’ll have a table with the Russian character on the left hand column andempty rows across.Write the Russian letter across the empty columns for extra practice. Print out as many copiesand keep writing for extra practice.In my case, I print about 7 copies of the sheet and fill it out. By the 5th or 6th one, I have noproblem writing the alphabet.

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Russian Alphabet Guide linguajunkie.com Welcome to the LinguaJunkie.com Russian Alphabet Guide! This will be divided into 2 parts. 1. The chart of the alphabet, including explanations about pronunciation, the letters’ English equivalents and the names of the letters (how the letters themselves are called in Russian.) 2.

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