Russian is an important language to learn, it’s one of the Slavic languages, spoken by about 170 million people as a first language and another 100 million as a second language. Russian is considered one of the chief languages of the world, used officially by the United Nations, it is important in scientific writings and literary works.
Russian is spoken in 30 countries other than Russia, where there is a number of Russian immigrants or community including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, and Moldova.
You will learn Russian for free, like how to read, how to count, how to form Russian verbs, how to form nouns, adjectives …and more.
In these lessons you will notice that I write most of the time in Russian alphabet and not the transliteration, because I don’t want you to count on the transliteration a lot, I want you to struggle the first time with reading Russian and then be able to read in Russian alphabet easily, without looking at any transliteration. Because if you happen to be in Russia you will find no transliteration.