The Russian Language is the most widespread language in all of Europe and Asia (Eurasia). It is no surprise then that it is the largest native language in Europe. The accent of Russian is free, meaning a stress can be placed on any syllable. So if there is not set of rules to follow and learn, each word more or less needs to be learned separately. This is why we have dedicated one single page to every one single word, learn the word, understand the pronunciation - and move on to the next!
Some words that are spelled alike, are pronounced differently only by the placement of the stress. A noun in Russian can have six cases (accusative, dative, genitive, locative and nominative) and a not as common seventh case, vocative. There are three genders, masculine, feminine, and neuter. As in English the verb has three tenses, past, present, and future.
See how to pronounce Russian here. There is no better way to SEE Russian words!