This page allows interested users easy
access to resources for studying and improving one's capabilities in the
Russian language. Please note: The inclusion of commercial sites on this page
does not imply that I endorse any one of them.
- Dotty-Dingo Language Resources This site combines interactive
Java modules with a simple and practical approach to learning the Russian
language basics. You may first have to install Java (linked from
the Dotty-Dingo site) if you are using newer versions of Internet
Explorer. It takes only a few moments.
An interactive online Russian Reference Grammar. Very
- Everyday Russian. Learn and practice Russian online for
Foreign Languages for Travelers - Russky There are ads at the
top. Scroll down a bit.
- Gazety i zhurnaly onlain. "Newspapers and magazines on-line." Click any picture or link.
- An on-line Russian cookbook. Many recipes.
Requires Win1251 fonts and a knowledge of metric-US conversion. Improve
your Russian as you cook.
- Learn to type on a Russian keyboard - for masochists.
- Maksim Moshkow's
Library A wonderful collection of on-line literature in Russian.
Russian, with Alex. Resources for beginners and advanced students of
Russian, alike. Well laid-out site.
- Navigating Russians' Poetic Speech. A compilation of over
3500 texts of modern folk songs, folk poetry and speech patterns gathered
through the interviews conducted by the authors between 1949 and 1996 in as
well as outside Russia. It contains contributions of hundreds of persons, and
covers the whole variety of existing Russian folk poetry.
Onlalin. Numerous regional news sources.
FREE EUROPE / RADIO LIBERTY Daily LIVE RealAudio Broadcasts, "on-demand"
rebroadcasts, and news texts.
The Russian Alphabet. Whether you are new to Russian or you
want to direct someone, this page is for those who don't know the Russian
alphabet or how to pronounce the letters.
- Russian online Language links, links to on-line Russian
Poetic Speech. Not exactly the name of the site, but that is what it
Textbook On-line Although this site purports to be for Korean students,
this on-line book (and COURSE) has all notes and translations in English.
Best of all, it's free for those who wish to improve their basic Russian
- Russian Verb
- Russnet Funded in part by the Ford Foundation and maintained
by the American Council of Teachers of Russian, this resource includes on-line
study, a book store from which to order study materials and video courses,
links to other resources, and more.
Voice of America news broadcasts in Russian at this
YouTube Lenfilm Channel.
YouTube Mosfilm Channel.
translation. Click for terms and further information.
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