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

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  2. The Russian spelling alphabet is a spelling alphabet (or "phonetic alphabet") for Russian, i.e. a set of names given to the alphabet letters for the purpose of unambiguous verbal spelling. It is used by the Russian army, navy and the police. The large majority of the identifiers are common individual first names, with a handful of ordinary ...

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  4. 5. <ы> is an old Common Slavonic tense intermediate vowel, thought to have been preserved better in modern Russian than in other Slavic languages. It was originally nasalized in certain positions: камы [ˈka.mɨ̃]; камень [ˈka.mʲɪnʲ] ("rock"). Its written form developed as follows: ъ + і > ъı > ы.

    Old Name 1
    а [a]
    азъ [as]
    бэ [bɛ]
    буки [ˈbu.kʲɪ]
    вэ [vɛ]
    вѣди ['vʲe.dʲɪ]
    гэ [gɛ]
    глаголь [glɐˈgolʲ]
  5. The Russian alphabet contains 33 letters. Fable: Russian is a difficult language, just because it has another alphabet. This is definitely not true. After some initial difficulties with mastering a new alphabet, Russian is actually easier to read in the Cyrillic alphabet. This alphabet suits the phonological needs of the Slavic languages.

  6. The Russian Alphabet. Like "k" in kitten, "c" in cat. Like "ya" in yard. The table below gives you the normal printed version of the russian characters, and the cursive (italic) version of the character. The letters which are significantly different are noted in red. It is worth learning these.

  7. 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. Some letters of the Russian alphabet look like and sound similar to the letters of the Latin alphabet.

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