Learn hundreds of Russian holiday phrases covering topics from greetings to travel. They all have audio (recorded by a native speaker with a neutral accent), and tests using flashcards.
As well as the flashcards for the Russian phrase, there are specific learning games for colours, days, fruit, months, numbers and vegetables in Russian.
Test whether you know the difference between a персик, апельсин, яблоко and картофель, can count from один to десять and know зелёный from зелёный.
Use the word games to practice and increase your Russian vocabulary.
Learn Russian and internalise the grammatical structures through sentences. Six hundred useful Russian Sentences covering the present and past tenses.
The Russian language is written in the Cyrliic script. It is not necessary to learn Cyrillic if you are solely interested in speaking Russian. However it is advisable and not particularly difficult.
Surface Languages allows you to learn Russian words and phrases either using Cyrillic or by using a romanized version of the Cyrillic aplhabet. This approximates the Russian sounds using the roman alphabet.
The Russian Cyrillic (originally based on the Greek) alphabet retains many similarities to the Greek alphabet as can be seen on the Greek pages.
Russian is an East Slavic language.
Russian translations Challenges and pitfalls.
www.omniglot.com/writing/Russian Cyrillic alphabet over the years.
www.courseofrussian.com A free Russian language course with 60 units and audio.