Learn Russian Pronunciation and improve your Russian language accent with specific strategies that will improve your ability to pronounce Russian accurately. Russian language teaching expert Mark Thomson has taught thousands of people to speak and understand Russian with his various online Russian courses and programs. Mark has created this podcast so you can improve your Russian language accent and pronunciation so you sound better and can speak more fluently. Podcast notes, additional exercise audios, and videos for learning Russian can be found at the home of the Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast: https://RussianPronunciation.com
Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast Ep. 20
Welcome to episode 20 - the final exam. You should feel proud for having made it this far. It's a small course, but still...you put in the time and effort. After this exam you should treat yourself to something..I recommend Russian blini. Ever try them?
Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast Ep. 19
Welcome to episode 19 - our last new material before the final. Hopefully you've noticed that, as this course progressed, I tried to get you working on things that you're likely to say. Again, this is why I veered away from mindless pronunciation drills and tongue twisters.
Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast Ep. 18
Alright, this is episode 18 of Learn Russian Pronunciation. Today we're going to expand on what we did in the last episode by including people's names into the mix. Let's start with the name Igor. Listen to it in Russian:
Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast Ep. 17
Welcome to episode 17. Today we'll deal with a very common pronunciation problem: The names of places. Like I mentioned back in Episode 2, the first time I heard someone say 'Рим' I had no idea what they were talking about. I figured out it was a city, but the vowel was so different I didn't get it until
Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast Ep. 16
Today I'd like to return to the topic of voiced and devoiced consonants, looking at other letters this time, and more importantly, examining how it works within consonant pairs and clusters. We recall that in an unfamiliar word, it's often very hard to guess the last letter. Take the Russian word: дуб
Learn Russian Pronunciation Podcast Ep. 15
Welcome to episode 15. Today we'll be learning the chorus of a song called Май. The chorus is only three lines long, so let's start with the first half of the first line. А за окном май That's four words: A...за...окном...май