Cyrillic alphabet
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Cyrillic alphabet a programmed, self-teaching introduction to the reading of Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian and Bulgarian by Ilonka Schmidt Mackey

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Published by Didier in Montréal .
Written in English


  • Slavic languages -- Self-instruction.,
  • Cyrillic alphabet

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Edition Notes

StatementIlonka Schmidt-Mackey.
LC ClassificationsPG92 .M33
The Physical Object
Pagination48 p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15486995M

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On this page you can test your knowledge of Russian alphabet. You will be offered a Russian letter and English interpretations. You must choose the right English answer. How would you pronounce this letter? yery (sounds like i in ill) YE (ye like in yes) #N#D (d like in drive) N (n like in nine).   How to write the Russian alphabet/ Cyrillic alphabet handwriting video - Duration: Curious Chris , views. Phrases Every Russian Beginner Must-Know - Duration: The Early Cyrillic alphabet is a writing system that was developed in the First Bulgarian Empire during the late 9th century on the basis of the Greek alphabet for the Slavic peoples living near the Byzantine Empire in South East and Central Europe. The objective was to make it possible to have Christian service in Slavic tongue, instead of in Greek, which locals did not understand, and to Languages: Old Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, . Cyrillic alphabet, writing system developed in the 9th–10th century for Slavic-speaking peoples of the Eastern Orthodox faith. It is currently used exclusively or as one of several alphabets for more than 50 languages, notably Belarusian, Bulgarian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, and Tajik.

Learn the Russian alphabet (Cyrillic) with the official deck from Duolingo. Tinycards by Duolingo is a fun flashcard app that helps you memorize anything for free, forever.   The letter alphabet of the Modern Russian language, consisting of the following letters (presented in upper case (majuscule) and lower case (minuscule) pairs): А а, Б б, В в, Г г, Д д, Е е, Ё ё, Ж ж, З з, И и, Й й, К к, Л л, М м, Н н, О о, П п, Р р, С с, Т т, У у, Ф ф, Х х, Ц ц, Ч ч, Ш ш, Щ щ, Ъ. Cyrillic Alphabet The Cyrillic alphabet became increasingly widespread over the 12th century. During the next ten centuries the Cyrillic alphabet was adapted because of changes with spoken language developing regional variations. You can find languages across .   Cyrillic teaches you the history and usage of the Russian Alphabet letting you learn Cyrillic at your own pace using easy-to-navigate lessons, quizzes, and flashcards. Our Reading Cyrillic lessons cover everything you need to learn to read Russian and our Writing lessons combined with flashcards and animations teach you everything you need to write Cyrillic as well/5(K).