sounds like "b" in buy, blue.
sounds like "g" in get, guard.
sounds like d in double, did. In pronouncing this letter, the tip of the tongue touches the lower teeth.
sounds like "yo" in York or like "o" in copy, obvious depending on the position in a word.
sounds like "s" in usual, pleasure.
sounds like "p" in compassion
sounds like "f" in fasten, fact.
sounds like "ee" in free, meet.
sounds like "y" in oyster, soy.
sounds like "l" in lock, chill.
sounds like "ts" in that's.
sounds like "sh" in ship, crush but with the tongue farther back in the mouth
sounds like "shsh" in rush-ship. When pronouncing it, try to place your tongue higher and more forward in the mouth than in English.
sounds like "e" in ebony, edit. When pronouncing this sound, try opening the mouth a bit wider than you do in English.
sounds like the word "you" but faster.
sounds like "yu" in yummy. In some cases it sounds like "a" in after, ask.
sounds like "v" in voice, visit
sounds like "z" in zodiac.
sounds like "n" in noon, nose. Like with the Russian letter T, the tip of the tongue touches the lower teeth when pronouncing this letter.
sounds like "r" in "rest" but rolled.
sounds like "s" in sun, sale. Unlike in English, the tip of the tongue touches the lower teeth.
sounds like "oo" in oodles. This sound is pronounced shorter than in English, with lips more rounded and protruded.
sounds like "ch" in church, cheek.
sounds like "ch" in loch when pronounced in Scottish manner.
No English equivalent. To produce "Ы" sound, notice the positions of the tongue when pronouncing English sounds i as in kit and u as in sugar. Then place your tongue in between and emit a voiced sound.
is letter is called the "soft sign"
The "hard sign" has no sound value
sounds like "a" in after, ask. In pronouncing this sound, the mouth is open a bit wider as compared to English
sounds either like "ye" in yes or like "e" as in ebony
sounds like "k" in kite, making, like. Try to avoid the puff of air after the sound typical for the English language.
sounds like "m" in mobile, dome.
sounds like "au" in audible, Auckland.
sounds like "t" in task, tardy