|When we can begin to take our failures non-seriously, it means we are ceasing to be afraid of them. It is of immense importance to learn to laugh at ourselves. - Katherine Mansfield|
Agama, International is an industry leader in thedevelopment of all types of Russian language software including dictionaries, learning andreference systems, search and retrieve systems.
Listen to and view the Cyrillic alphabet.
Alexander Soloviev, of the Ryazan Branch of Moscow University of Culture, has put together a fun page of tongue twisters and other oddities for those learning to speak English.
Offers educational foreign language magazine subscriptions for individuals,teachers andschools in seven different languages including Russian.
Created by Michael Martin, this gives basic tutorials in several languages, including Russian.
Learn more about Russia's multilingual country.
Multimedia and books for students of Russian language and culture. Free software samples available for downloading.
Publisher and distributor of multimedia software including CD-ROMs for Russians who want to learn the English language and vice versa.
This Russian language online textbook was developed for Korean students atthis institute in Seoul, Republic of Korea. It is mostly in Russian with occasional comments in English and requires Cyrillic fonts.
This website, provided by the American Council for the Teachers of Russian, has a series of resources for learning, teaching and working with the Russian language. Among these resources are language learning lessons that contain numerous exercises for the Russian language. Also included on this wonderful website are databases, in-service education, discussion lists, institutions that offer educational opportunities and much, much more.
This clever site by Sarah Withee has pictures of common objects includinganimals and transportation, the Cyrillic text and a recording of thepronounciation the words.
How to say farewell in Russian.
Greetings in Russian.
Elements of a Russian schoolroom are described with pictures and with associated audioexamples of pronunciation (provided by Natasha Bulashova). This is a good example ofwhat could be done with a Russian language server (and with an English language server).
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