Learn Russian Phrasebook

Learn Russian Phrasebook

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Learn Russian is an easy to use mobile Russian Phrasebook that will give visitors to Russia and those who are interested in learning Russian a good start in the language. Learn Russian is recorded using native speaker and we have tried our best to be authentic in the pronunciation whilst ensuring it is easy to understand. Recommended app for tourists and business people visiting Russia.


- Over 800 common words and phrases
- High quality audio recorded by native speaker
- No internet connection needed
- Store frequently used phrases in Favourites
- Search by keywords
- Include useful tips for travellers
- Ad-free!

The LITE version contains over 200+ essential phrases.

- Greetings
- General conversation
- Numbers
- Directions and places
- Transportation
- Eating out

If you upgrade to the PRO, you'll get 800+ phrases

- Accommodation
- Time and date
- Shopping
- Colours
- Towns and provinces
- Countries
- Tourist attractions
- Family
- Dating
- Emergency
- Feeling sick
- Tongue twisters


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Tags: learn russian.

Recently changed in this version

- Updated UI
- Added sorting and delete all in Favourites
- Updated play all button position
Thank you for using our app! Any questions and feedback please email apps@codegent.com

Comments and ratings for Learn Russian Phrasebook
  • (18 stars)

    by joseph l. on 22/06/2014

    Romanization is wrong with a least sh and f. If I can't trust the alphabet, how can I trust translation

  • (18 stars)

    by Alexander L on 12/05/2014

    Simple and clean with good voice over. I do however miss more informal Russian. E.g. the use of 'ty' instead of 'vuy'.

  • (18 stars)

    by Anand Anushka on 09/05/2014

    Vat r u watn for jst download it

  • (18 stars)

    by Rubio Fernando on 27/03/2014

    very nice

  • (18 stars)

    by Pastor David Marcel on 13/03/2014

  • (18 stars)

    by Andrea Chen on 12/03/2014

    An English speaker would not see "ja" and think to pronounce it as "ya". Maybe a German but not an English. This is just one of several odd romanizations.

  • (18 stars)

    by Melanie Smith on 19/02/2014

    Going Russia for summerm this helps alot :)

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