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  1. The Russian alphabet (ру́сский алфави́т, russkiy alfavit, or ру́сская а́збука, russkaya azbuka, more traditionally) is the script used to write the Russian language. It comes from the Cyrillic script, which was devised in the 9th century for the first Slavic literary language, Old Slavonic.

  2. In the table below is the full Russian alphabet in presented in dictionary order. It would also be useful to learn how to say the Russian letters.

  3. The Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters: 10 vowels (а, е, ё, и, о, у, ы, э, ю, я), 21 consonants and 2 signs (hard and soft) that are not pronounced. The Russian alphabet uses the Cyrillic script.

  4. Apr 7, 2023 · The Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters, each having upper- and lower-case forms. There are 20 consonants, 10 vowels, 1 so-called semivowel (Й/й), and 2 letters (Ъ/ъ and Ь/ь) that are not themselves pronounced but indicate how other letters should be pronounced.

  5. There are 33 letters in the Russian Alphabet: 10 vowels, 21 consonants, and 2 signs (ь, ъ). Russian is an Eastern Slavonic language closely related to Ukrainian and Belorussian with about 277 million speakers in Russia and 30 other countries.

  6. May 21, 2024 · The Russian alphabet, or Cyrillic, is the first thing that you should learn before moving on to vocabulary or grammar practice. This guide will show you all 33 Russian letters, how they're pronounced and how you can learn them well.

  7. Russian alphabet (pre-1750) This is the version of Cyrillic alphabet used until 1750. The chart shows the letters, their names, the IPA transcription of their names, their Latin equivalents, and their numerical values.

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