Hi. I'm Carlos from Spain. I'm interested in learning russian. Can you suggest a web page, book or any other resources to improve. Thank you.
Hola Carlos! I will be honest, I only study Russian from time-to-time each month. But I will do my best (: Also I can only account for English-to-Russian resources, just a heads up! But if you want to know any spanish-russian langauge youtubers I watch just message me again (:
Books that I have used:
The New Penguin Russian Course- Nicholas J. Brown
I feel like this book is very complete and concise in so far as grammar and basic vocabulary is concerned. However, to me as a visual learner, it can be difficult to get through. But still, I would recommend buying it, as I have!
(Teach Yourself) Read and Write Russian Script- Daphne West
This was the first resource I used for Russian, back in Summer of 2015 from my local library. I think it really did help me learn Cyrillic script! I didn’t finish the whole book though, so I cant give a complete review. But I would also reccomend it.
Russian in 10 minutes a day- Kristine Kershul
This book is highly visual; a kid could also probably use it, and it is set up much more like a workbook. However, it mainly focuses on vocabulary, grammar is not the book’s strong suit.