Russian Pronunciation

Number recognition software fixed

Super and many thanks for quick response to the glitch that was so frustrating in the number pronunciation recognition software. It makes the exercise so much less frustrating and so much more enjoyable. Many thanks for answering and resolving this issue....

0 replies - Last post by Молоток - December 6, 2022

problems with spoken number "recognition software" in the program

I have made this comment before and received zero feedback from company. Why is that your recognition software appears to be totally incapable of recognising spoken Russian numbers? I have had native Russian speaking friends repeat these spoken numbers on...

1 reply - Last post by Jonathan-Rocket-Languages - December 5, 2022

Russian р Hard (postavelor) Trill After Dental

Hello! I'm having trouble moving my tongue into place quick enough when hard p is preceded by a consonant, and I want to make sure I'm struggling with the correct movement. In a word such as утро, where hard р is preceded by a dental consonant, does the t...

1 reply - Last post by Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - April 20, 2022

Number recognition in Russian course impossible to satisfy

Even friends, native Russian speakers who I tested to see if the problem was the speech recognition software, never quite manage to satisfy the conditions when trying to pronounce and record Russian numbers, times etc.. and any sentence involving spoken n...

0 replies - Last post by Молоток - March 8, 2022

Stressed vowels causing other vowels to be reduced/shortened

Which vowels (when stressed), causes other vowels to be reduced/shortened?

1 reply - Last post by Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - September 26, 2021

How can you tell when and Russian letter о is reduced/shortened to an а?

For example, отлично is pronounced as atleechna and Прекрасно is pronounced as Prikrasna. When you look at a Russian word that contains the letter о, are there any rules or maybe general rules that you can use to tell when an o should be shortened to an ...

2 replies - Last post by Ivan Drago - September 4, 2020

пожалуйста, помогите мне

привет all, I consider myself a beginner in Russian and have had a fairly easy time with the grammar, and similar experience with pronunciation. I can pretty much see any word in Cyrillic and say it correctly now(according to the Google microphone, that i...

2 replies - Last post by KelllaurBailar - April 1, 2017

Why is the letter В sometimes pronounced as Ф?

Although Russian is generally very phonetic, letters in a word sometimes appear to be pronounced not as they are written. This is all due to a few pronunciation rules. Once you know them, you will be able to read and say anything without fear of mispronou...

3 replies - Last post by Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - February 23, 2016

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