This is a new collection for absolute beginners. I start it with a lesson about the Russian alphabet, or the Cyrillic alphabet, because a lot of beginners again and again complain that they don’t understand Cyrillic letters. I don’t think it’s so difficult, but I try as easy as possible to tell you about Russian letters with a lot of examples, and after that I gradually introduce you to basic new words and Russian constructions without any Grammar explainations but with a lot of practical examples with correct usage.
I believe that this introductory course of Russian gets you ready to use various Russian podcasts and to have your first Russian conversations.
Good luck with Russian!
And here is the link to the first lesson about the Russian letters:

Thank you for the lessons. I agree, the cyrillic alphabet is not hard. I wrote the letters out when I first started learning the alphabet.