Do you wish you could pronounce Russian like a native speaker? Now you can! Rocket languages has discovered new way to make Russian pronunciation easy. Not only that, but you have a ton of free audio lessons here at your fingertips to start improving your Russian pronunciation right now.
Want to start with some simple Russian words or Russian phrases? No problem.
Before you start your Rocket Russian adventure, read on to find out how we're going to help you master Russian pronunciation in no time...
Let's check out this lesson on the Russian Pronunciation.
Most Russian consonants are dental sounds, which means that the tip of your tongue is normally in a lower position than when speaking English. Also, your tongue tends to touch the teeth and not the teethridge.
We explain everything you need to know about Russian pronunciation in the Rocket Russian Premium course. Let's get you started with these free audio lessons...
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