Learn to read Russian in 15 minutes

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I came across this and wondered if it's true. I like how the Cyrillic alphabet looks and it'd be cool if Ican at least read it. :)



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Ha! This is really cool actually!


As a Macedonian I have no problem reading russian as we use a different kind of cyrilic but I like how this comic explained things easily.


This is really cool actually and really helpful.


Are there any comics like this for other languages? 

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ikaymoreno wrote:
I came across this and wondered if it's true.

There is a degree of truth in everything he wrote, but this is such a long and complicated method I questions it's usefulness. I mean, how useful is it to be able to guess something is a consonant rather than a vowel? Cyrillic isn't that hard to learn properly; I bet you could learn it properly in the same amount of time, and then you wouldn't be stuck with all that bizarre misinformation in your head. Maybe this would help someone who just couldn't get there with conventional methods though.

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wow this is so cool! what is your source Ikay? 

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Michelle.Batan wrote:
wow this is so cool! what is your source Ikay?


A friend sent me this. :) No idea where he got it though.

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dragonsky wrote:
Ha! This is really cool actually!
As a Macedonian I have no problem reading russian as we use a different kind of cyrilic but I like how this comic explained things easily.
This is really cool actually and really helpful.
Are there any comics like this for other languages?


No clue. A friend sent me this. I'll ask him where he got it. :) Maybe they have it for other languages too.

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Oh wow I actually remember seeing this on imagur before totally forgot about it though

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HA!!!!!


I FOUND MORE!


HERE'S ONE FOR KOREAN!


http://www.ryanestrada.com/learntoreadkoreanin15minutes/index.html

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I'm always fascinated with the Russian alphabet. I think this is a good start for those interested in learning to read the language. Though for me, I felt it's too much to handle after level 3. LOL

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My young learners like silly ideas to help remember things I think something like this is beneficial if only to peak interests ... It can be daunting to learn foreign characters

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Rose.Angelie wrote:
I'm always fascinated with the Russian alphabet. I think this is a good start for those interested in learning to read the language. Though for me, I felt it's too much to handle after level 3. LOL


I get confused too because I keep reading some of them as English phonetic symbols. :P

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ikaymoreno wrote:

Rose.Angelie wrote:

I'm always fascinated with the Russian alphabet. I think this is a good start for those interested in learning to read the language. Though for me, I felt it's too much to handle after level 3. LOL

I get confused too because I keep reading some of them as English phonetic symbols. :P


Hahaha yes, me too!

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Rose.Angelie wrote:
I'm always fascinated with the Russian alphabet. I think this is a good start for those interested in learning to read the language. Though for me, I felt it's too much to handle after level 3. LOL

It adds a little eхтра flair when туринг sтuff with mиxед letters :D :D 

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dragonsky wrote:
Rose.Angelie wrote:
I'm always fascinated with the Russian alphabet. I think this is a good start for those interested in learning to read the language. Though for me, I felt it's too much to handle after level 3. LOL

It adds a little eхтра flair when туринг sтuff with mиxед letters :D :D


Haha! Wish it was as easy as this. 

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