Mari Belajar tulisan Russia…

Posted: September 17, 2010 in Uncategorized

20 September 2010 – aku akan mula bekerja dekat Kuantan, bekerja sebagai pegawai kejuruteraan Kapal terbang Mig29N buatan Russia.Masa aku tgh praktikal dkat 18sqn Butterworth (U.S Aircraft) .Technician situ cakap technical representative dari Russia nih jenis kedekut ilmu,selalu buat2 x faham English,so kita kena la ada inisiatif utk belajar sikit2 bahasa diorang….

so….mari kita belajar tulisan Russia sket2 ye…hehhehe.

At this phase better we learn English-Russian  than Malay-Russian.(you now why?..hehhehe….)
We start with cyrillic alphabet

The Russian alphabet is known as the Cyrillic alphabet. There are 33 letters in the Russian alphabet. 11 vowels, 20 consonants, and 2 pronunciation signs. Here is what the Russian alphabet looks like (in dictionary order).

А, Б, В, Г, Д, Е, Ё, Ж, З, И, Й, К, Л, М, Н, О, П, Р, С, Т, У, Ф, Х, Ц, Ч, Ш, Щ, Ъ, Ы, Ь, Э, Ю, Я

Russian letters that are (almost) the same.

А а – Pronounced like the “a” in the word “father” or “car”. It is not the ‘flat’ “a” sound you sometimes hear in words like “cat” or “flat”.

К к – Pronounced like the “k” in “kitten” or “kangaroo”. This letter replaces the english “c” sound in words like “cat”.

М м – Pronounced like the “m” in man. (Note: Unlike english, the hand-written “м” should always start from the bottom)

O o – When stressed, it is pronounced like the “o” in “bore”. When un-stressed it is pronounced more like the letter “a”. (See later notes.)

Т т – Pronounced like the “t” in “tap”. (Note: The hand-written form for “т” should always start from the top, as it looks quite similar to the letter “м”)
Russian letters that look like english letters but sound different.
(These are the most important to learn so you don’t get them mixed up.)

В в – Pronounced like the “v” in “vet”. (Equivalent to the english letter “v”).

Е е – Pronounced like the “ye” in “yes”.

Н н – Pronounced like the “n” in “no”. (Equivalent to the english letter “n”).

Р р – Pronounced like the “r” in “run”, but it is rolled. (Equivalent to the english letter “r”).

С с – Pronounced like the “s” in “see”. (Equivalent to the english letter “s”). (It might help to remember that it’s used like the “s” sound in the english words “centre” and “cent”.)

У у – Pronounced like the “oo” in “boot” or “root”.

Х х – Pronounced like the “h” in “hello”. However, this is often pronounced more like the “ch” in the Scottish “Loch” or German “Bach”, or the spanish “x” in “Mexico”.
Russian letters that look unusual, but have familiar sounds

Б б – Pronounced like the “b” in “bat”. (Equivalent to the english letter “b”).

Г г – Pronounced like the “g” in “go”. (Equivalent to the english letter “g”).

Д д – Pronounced like the “d” in “dog”. (Equivalent to the english letter “d”).

З з – Pronounced like the “z” in “zoo”. (Equivalent to the english letter “z”).

И и – Pronounced like the “i” in “taxi”. (Sometimes equivalent to the english letter “i”, the short ‘ee’ sound.). (Note: The hand-written form for “и” looks a little like the english “u”).

Л л – Pronounced like the “l” in “love”. (Equivalent to the english letter “l”).

П п – Pronounced like the “p” in “pot”. (Equivalent to the english letter “p”).

Ф ф – Pronounced like the “f” in “fat”. (Equivalent to the english letter “f”).

Э э – Pronounced like the “e” in “fed”.
New Russian letters and sounds
(The sounds will be familiar, but they don’t have their own letter in English).

Ю ю – Pronounced like the “u” in “universe”. (Pronounced much like the english word “you”).

Я я – Pronounced like the “ya” in “yard”.

Ё ё – Pronounced like “yo” in “yonder”.

Ж ж – Like “s” in “measure”, “pleasure” or “fusion” or like “g” in colour “beige”. (As there is no english symbol for this sound, it is usually represented as “zh”)

Ц ц – Similar to the “ts” sound in “sits” or “its”.

Ч ч – Pronounced like the “ch” in “chips” or “church” .

Ш ш – Pronounced like the “sh” in shut.

Щ щ – Pronounced like “sh” but with your tongue on the roof of your mouth. Try putting your tongue in the same position as you would to say “ch” but say “sh” instead. English speakers may find it hard to define the difference between “ш” and “щ”.

Ы ы – Pronounced like the “i” in “bit” or “ill”. (Said with your tounge slightly back in your mouth.)

Й й – This letter is used to form diphthongs. So “oй” is like the “oy” sound in “boy” or “aй” is like the “igh” in “sigh”.

that’s all for today!!!FYI… I learned this from internet also….hehehhe

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