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italics in Russian (+ writing exercise sheet)
Russians usually have a tendency to spell manuscripts in italics, and it will help you tremendously if you are taught to study, understand and scribble this screenplay before you go to Russia. At first, written and italic Russian can look quite different, and there are innumerable tales of pupils who have learnt the Russian language (??????, azbuka), know the basics and can easily understand Cyrillic, but on a visit to Russia they find not only hand-written note and letter, but also stylised characters and advertising completely unreadable.
In Russia still very much appreciated in Russia and every student is learning nice handwriting already in the first class, mostly through exercise with what is generally referred to as www.itriliki (propisi) - a work book with samples of words in italic Cyrillic and specially drawn pages, so that the kids can independently work.
That is why we have a practical exercise card that you can use for printing out, whether you are a Russian learner or an expatriate looking for a resource to help them.
Russian Cyrillic in 3 lessons on the App Store
With Contextual Language Learn, this FREE application gives you the opportunity to speak and write Russian in less than 3h. The Russian Alphabet Mastery is usually available as part of the RussianAccelerator.com paying on-line application, but is now free for Apple iPhone subscribers. When you have postponed or tried to learn the Cyrillic language with little results, it is the right moment to do it.
Context-based teaching makes it quick and simple. So, just downlaod and in a few lessons you will read Russian. Russian Alphabet to Russian Cyrillic in 3 lessons according to new name rules. Some years ago I learned a little Russian in adult education (just after the end of the USSR, so far back!), but the ressources were not marvelous, were dull - just think of installing a Russian keypad on the movement machines of that time!
It has revitalized my ancient Cyrillic vocabulary and vocabulary in an interesting set of brief videos - when I think of the battles of the past to overcome them! I' m someone who has to see what I want to know, even more than to listen to it. Last year I chose to study Russian and the correspondence was a total riddle to me.
Check out his Russian Made easy application, that's great too! With pictures of road signposts you will not only get to know the screenplay, but also all kinds of things about everyday Russian lives.