English pronunciation
Согласные
bbut
ddog
ffew
gget
hhe
jyes
kcat
lleg
mman
nno
ppen
rred
ssit
ttop
vvoice
wwe
zzoo
ʃshe
ʒdecision
ɵthin
ðthis
ŋring
chip
jar
  
Гласные
æcat
ɑːarm
ebed
əːher
ɪsit
see
ɒhot
ɔːsaw
ʌrun
ʊput
too
əago
my
how
day
əʊno
hair
ɪənear
ɔɪboy
ʊəpoor
aɪəfire
aʊəsour
Russian Pronunciation
Russian letterApproximate English sound and phonetic transcription
alike the English ɑ in calm, but slightly shorter, as in French lɑ or German Mɑnn, e.g. рáдио, мать; transcribed /a/
бlike an English b, but with the expulsion of less breath, e.g. бáбушка, буты´ лка; transcribed /b/
вlike an English v, e.g. винó, вот; transcribed /v/
гlike the English g in go, but with the expulsion of less breath, e.g. газéта, гарáж; transcribed /g/
дlike an English d, but with the expulsion of less breath, e.g. да, дом; transcribed /d/
еlike the English ye in yes, e.g. éсли, обéд; transcribed /je/
ёlike the English yo in yonder, e.g. её, ёлка; transcribed /jo/
жlike the English s in measure, e.g. ждать, женá; transcribed /zh/
зlike an English z, e.g. зáпад, зóнтик; transcribed /z/
иlike the English ee in see, e.g. игрáть, и́ли; transcribed /i/
йlike the English y in boy, e.g. мой, трамвáй; transcribed /j/
кlike an English k, but with the expulsion of less breath, e.g. кто, мáрка; transcribed /k/
лlike an English l, but harder, pronounced with the tongue behind the front teeth, e.g. лáмпа, лунá; transcribed /l/
мlike an English mm, e.g. мáма, молокó; transcribed /m/
нlike an English n, but harder, pronounced with the tongue behind the front teeth, e.g. нáдо, ногá; transcribed /n/
оlike the English o in for, but pronounced with more rounded lips, e.g. óчень, мóре; transcribed /o/
пlike an English p, but with the expulsion of less breath, e.g. пáпа, пóсле; transcribed /p/
рlike an English r, but rolled at the front of the mouth, e.g. ры́ба, порá; transcribed /r/
сlike an English s, e.g. салáт, собáка; transcribed /s/
тlike an English t, but with the expulsion of less breath, e.g. тарéлка, тóлькo; transcribed /t/
уlike the English oo in pool, but pronounced with more rounded lips, e.g. муж, у́лица; transcribed /u/
фlike an English f, e.g. футбóл, флéйта; transcribed /f/
хlike the Scottish ch in loch, e.g. хлеб, хóлодно; transcribed /kh/
цlike the English ts in nuts, e.g. центр, цирк; transcribed /ts/
чlike the English ch in church, e.g. чай, час; transcribed /ch/
шlike the English sh in shop, but harder, pronounced with the tongue lower, e.g. шкóла, наш; transcribed /sh/
щeither like a long soft English sh, similar to the sh in should, or like an English shch, as in fresh cheese, e.g. щи, ещё; transcribed /shch/
ъhard sign (hardens the preceding consonant), e.g. объясня´ть; transcribed /"/
ыlike the English i in bit, but with the tongue further back in the mouth, e.g. вы, ты; transcribed /y/
ьsoft sign (softens the preceding consonant), e.g. мать, говори́ть; transcribed /'/
эlike the English e in there, e.g. э́то, этáж; transcribed /e/
юlike the English u in unit, but pronounced with more rounded lips, e.g. ю́бка, юг; transcribed /juː/
яlike the English ya in yard, but slightly shorter, e.g. я́блоко, моя́; transcribed /ja/