Learn To Read Russian In 15 Minutes is your guide to quickly learn the alphabet, basic vowels and consonants, numbers and simple phrases in Russian, so that you can read newspapers, shop signs and common expressions, understand street directions and travel with ease around Moscow. Truth is, you don’t need to spend years studying Russian to learn the language. And with Learn to Read Russian in 15 Minutes: The Unofficial Guide, you’ll be well on your way to achieving fluency by learning to read words and sentences of Russian text!
In this post, I’m going to explain the basics of how Russian words are written and pronounced. This will cover the rules for spelling Russian letters and how they work together to form words. After reading through this, you’ll know how to read basic phrases like “hello” or “thank-you,” and you’ll be able to start learning some simple vocabulary so that your trip abroad goes smoothly!
The Russian spelling system is almost as simple as it gets, with only a few rules that you need to know to be able to read everything in Russian. In this section, we’ll get into the details of how Russian works and then we’ll dive into some examples so that you can see how words are spelled.
This guide is a great way for beginners to get started learning Russian. You will be able to read most words in the language just by knowing their pronunciation and spelling rules. There are some exceptions which we have covered in this guide, but if you follow the steps carefully then you should be able to read any word that comes your way! It may seem like a lot of work at first glance but if you follow these steps systematically then it should not take long before reading becomes second nature for anyone who wants to learn Russian as quickly as possible