RL 101-3 Six letters that look the same but are different
|Playout date:||9 September 2006|
|Other people featured:||None|
|Music used:||“All around my hat” Steeleye Spam, karaoke, with some Russian lyrics.|
This time Huliganov shows the letter group BPHXCY where the usage in Russian follows that of Greek, the letter shapes in this group appear in Latin script but with different values.
The professor also warns people of the necessity to roll their ‘r’s. He finishes off with one of his all time favorite folk songs “All around my hat” as well as a rather ribald joke.
- History of The Russian Language (socyberty.com)
- Elektronnaya biblioteka ‘Im Werden’ – Russian language ebook literature site – hear Tolstoy! (teleread.com)
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