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How To: Pronounce the 11-15

Rusky Ed introduces some Russian words that begin with the next letters of the Russian alphabet in this Russian language tutorial video for beginners. Learn the letters of the Russian alphabet slowly with letters 11 through 15 and soon you'll be able to master the whole Russian alphabet and move on to more advanced Russian lessons! Make sure to study hard so you retain this language information.

How To: Say food and drinks in Russian

Check out this Russian language tutorial video that covers the vocabulary for food and drinks in Russian. Learn how to say rice, coffee, corn, water, fish, and carbonated drinks. Practice your Russian language skills with Rusky Ed as he covers the basic words for food and drinks in Russian with this instructional language video.

How To: Pronounce the first 5 letters in the Russian alphabet

Rusky Ed introduces some Russian words that begin with the first five letters of the Russian alphabet in this Russian language tutorial video for beginners. Learn the letters of the Russian alphabet slowly with the first 5 letters and soon you'll be able to master the whole Russian alphabet and move on to more advanced Russian lessons! Make sure to study hard so you retain this information.

How To: Conjugate infinitive verbs in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to conjugate infinitive verbs in Russian. Learn basic Russian grammar with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 4th lesson that is in two parts. He introduces a whole new way of conjugating verbs in Russian. The lesson introduces a large number of 1a conjugation verbs and simple adverbs, enabling a larger number of simple sentences without direct objects to be made. There is an exercise here with the answers in the second part of the le...

How To: Decline nouns using the dative case in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to the decline Russian nouns in the dative case. Learn Russian with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 10th lesson. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of declining nouns in Russian. The course continues with the dative case of pronouns. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speakers who need to polish their skills or looking to improve their proficiency in Russian.

How To: Conjugate -ovat' verbs in Russian

Check out this instructional language video and learn about Russian verbs ending in -ovat'. Learn Russian with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 16th lesson. He introduces a whole new way of conjugating the tricky -ovat' verbs in Russian. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speakers who need to polish their skills or looking to improve their proficiency in Russian.

How To: Learn about Russian prepositions

Check out this instructional language video and learn about Russian prepositions. Learn Russian with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 17th lesson that is in two parts. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of prepositions in Russian. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speakers who need to polish their skills or looking to improve their proficiency in Russian.

How To: Say tender words to a woman in Russian

In this tutorial, we learn how to say tender words to a woman in Russian. When you want to learn how to say romantic or nice phrases, you will first need to learn how to say the dialect correctly and get the accent right. Once you have this down, you can say "ti takaya prelesnaya" to say "you are so pretty". To say "you are so tender", you will say "ti takaya nezhnaya". To say "you are so sweet" you will say "ti takaya milaya" in Russian. Once you have a few of these phrases down, you will kn...

How To: Say "I love you" in Russian

In this video, we learn how to say "I love you" in Russian. If you want to learn how to say this correctly, you will need to make sure that you have the accent down correctly. Listen to the audio in the video so you can get an idea of how your voice is supposed to hand. If you cannot read the word written in Russian, just try to say it. Once you understand the basic way of how to say the different letters, you can put the individual words together. From here, you will be finished with saying ...

How To: Say fruits and vegetables in Russian

Check out this Russian language tutorial video that covers the vocabulary for fruits and vegetables in Russian. Learn how to say pear, cabbage, potatoes, tomatoes, strawberries, and grapes. Practice your Russian language skills with Rusky Ed as he covers the basic words for fruits and vegetables in Russian with this instructional language video.

How To: Say food items in Russian

Check out this Russian language tutorial video that covers the vocabulary for food items in Russian. Learn how to say juice, salt, sugar, meat, pancake, and vinegar as well as a few phrases including "Povtorite pozhaluysta" and "Konechno." Practice your Russian language skills with Rusky Ed as he covers the basic words for food items in Russian with this instructional language video.

How To: Say family members in Russian

Check out this Russian language tutorial video that covers the vocabulary for family members in Russian. Learn how to say mother, father, brother, sister, son, and daughter as well as a few phrases including "Von tam" and "Vot tot." Practice your Russian language skills with Rusky Ed as he covers the basic words for your family in Russian.

How To: Pronounce the 16-21 letters of the Russian alphabet

Rusky Ed introduces some Russian words that begin with the next letters of the Russian alphabet in this Russian language tutorial video for beginners. Learn the letters of the Russian alphabet slowly with letters 16 through 21 and soon you'll be able to master the whole Russian alphabet and move on to more advanced Russian lessons! Make sure to study hard so you retain this language information.

How To: Use the future imperative in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to conjugate and use the future imperative in Russian. Learn basic Russian grammar with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 6th lesson that is in two parts. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of conjugating imperatives in Russian. This lesson looks at the future imperfect tense, and introduces aspect of the verb, as well as looks at 1a verbs with roots in Y and E. Watch this tutorial video that is great for langu...

How To: Conjugate irregular verb "khotet" & instrumental case

Check out this instructional language video and learn about the irregular Russian verb "khotet". Learn Russian with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 13th lesson. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of conjugating irregular infinitives in Russian. This time he looks at the highly irregular conjugation of "khotet'", to want, and introduces the instrumental case of personal pronouns. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speaker...

How To: Conjugate 1b verbs in Russian

Check out this instructional language video and learn about Russian 1b verbs. Learn Russian with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 14th lesson. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of conjugating infinitives in Russian. This time he goes over how to call and be called, and this brings you nicely into 1b verbs. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speakers who need to polish their skills or looking to improve their proficiency ...

How To: Sing Rusky Ed's Russian alphabet song

Rusky Ed puts the Russian alphabet to a song! So check out this Russian language video that shows you how to pronounce the Russian alphabet with this fun song! Learn all the letters in the proper order with this instructional Russian alphabet song. This video reaches a nice culmination of your Russian alphabet studies. Enjoy it with Rusky Ed's song.

How To: Learn the order of the Russian alphabet

Check out this Russian language video that goes over the order of the Russian alphabet. There are a few small details that differ in the placement of the letters in the English language to its Russian counterparts. This is the review lesson for the first six lessons on Russian Nouns. Rusky Ed provides a few pointers on alphabetical order and keyboard layout in this instructional language video..

How To: Pronounce the last 6 letters of the Russian alphabet

Rusky Ed introduces some Russian words that begin with the last letters of the Russian alphabet in this Russian language tutorial video for beginners. Learn the last letters of the Russian alphabet slowly with the final 6 letters and soon you'll be able to master the whole Russian alphabet and move on to more advanced Russian lessons! Make sure to study hard so you retain this language information.

How To: Say a few greetings in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to say a few greetings in Russian. This tutorial also explains the difference between formal and informal exchanges, as well as introduces a few basic phrases in Russian. This lesson is a great way for beginners to establish a foundation for developing your Russian language skills.

How To: Pronounce 6 letters that look the same in Cyrillic

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to pronounce 6 letters in Russian that look the same, but are different. Learn how to read and write the Cyrillic alphabet with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov with this 3rd lesson. This lesson covers the letters B, P, H, X, C, Y which look like English letters, but have a different sound. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and beginning Russian speakers.

How To: Pronounce 17 letters in Cyrillic in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to pronounce 17 letters in Russian. Learn how to read and write the Cyrillic alphabet with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov with this 5th lesson. Here we revise the first 5 letters by introducing real Russiwan words and some simple sentences. You will probably need to re-watch this several times until all of the material in this lesson sinks in. If you are aiming at mastering Russian, once you have watched this enough times to understand a...

How To: Pronounce and write the hard and soft signs in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to pronounce and write the hard and soft signs in Russian. Learn how to read and write Cyrillic with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in this 9th lesson. This is the penultimate Cyrillic alphabet lesson in the series, and covers the last two letters; the hard and soft signs, which have no sound of their own. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and beginning Russian speakers.

How To: Learn the forms of address in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to address someone in Russian. Learn basic Russian grammar with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 2nd lesson. Some other objectives in the lesson include 1a verbs and common adverbs. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speakers who need to polish their skills or looking to improve their proficiency in Russian.

How To: Express possession in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to express possession in the genitive case in Russian. Learn basic Russian grammar with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 8th lesson. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of possession. The next lesson in the series introduces Russian's non-verbal way of having or possessing something. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Russian speakers who need to polish their skills or looki...

How To: Decline using the dative case in Russian

Check out this instructional language video to learn how to the decline Russian nouns in the dative case. Learn Russian with Viktor Dmitriyevich Huliganov in his 12th lesson. He introduces a whole new way of tackling the tricky area of declining nouns in Russian. This is a follow-up on forming the dative case, looking more closely at the structure of two reflexive verbs that take the dative for liking and feeling like. Watch this tutorial video that is great for language nerds and advanced Ru...

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