According to the responses to my question about Is it appropriate on RLU to ask for tutorials in private beta we should create a community wiki post which contains a collection of tutorials, blogs and books about the Russian language.
Secondly, before we set up the community wiki we should collect at least a few sources to start with, so that the first version of that community wiki is already usable. A good start would also prevent the community wiki could founder.
Thus, I started collecting a few on-line resources which looks appropriate to me:
- http://learningrussian.net/ (incl. audio)
- http://www.russianlessons.net/ (incl. audio)
- http://www.elanguageschool.net/russian (incl. videos)
- http://www.russian-plus.com/ (incl. videos)
What is YOUR part now?
- Please provide more resources.
- If any of the already provided resources is too bad, feel free to remove it.
- If you disagree with choosing the 2nd layout (see above), then - um - start a discussion ;)
- Please comment if there is anything else missing in here yet?
Last but not least, I am not aware of there is already any moderator here (if yes, who is it) who is able to make the question community wiki from the beginning. (I know that a question becomes cw for different reasons, but if the activity is too rare then it may take a too long time until it becomes cw).
What is missing yet?
- Russian-Russian (definition, incl. pronunciation/IPA)
- Russian-English (definition)
- Russian-English (translation)
- regional words (Ukraine, Belarus, ...) (like American, British, Australian English) (example American English dictionary)
- for beginner, intermediate and professionals
- on-line versions, e-books
other on-line resources (wikipedia, wiktionary)