Play . . . and learn.
with the Bubble Bath of Knowledge.
Learn Some Russian with Russian Bubble Bath. Learn to read the Russian Alphabet and learn to hear Russian words and phrases.
Whether you are travelling to Russia, Ukraine, Belarus or Kazakhstan — picking up some Russian words and phrases will do you good. Russian is spoken by over 140 million people and is one of the six official languages of the UN. Why not pick some up.
Russian Bubble Bath is an easy to learn game which challenges to memorize Russian words and phrases by popping bubbles. Simply choose a bubble as it floats to the top and hear the word spoken– then pop the bubble by selecting its translation.
You’ll start off guessing . . . but eventually start to recognize the words as you read them and as they are spoken.
Make sure you have the sound turned on and you will hear each work spoken by a native speaker. Some levels will challenge you further by forcing you to listen (with nothing to read) or forcing you to read (with nothing to hear).
Are you ready for the challenge?
You’ll be on the streets of Moscow in no time!
Russian Bubble Bath has vocabulary in the following categories:
✓ Body Parts
✓ Person Nouns
✓ Useful Phrases
Here are 5 Rocking Russian Facts (From the Overpass Website)
–Russian is the most widely spoken native tongue in Europe.
–Russian is the second most used language on the internet.
–There are 500,000 words in Russian, but only approximately 2,500 are used frequently.
–Words starting an “a” or “f” are nearly always borrowed words.
–The famous writer and thinker Leo Tolstoy was a Russian.
It’s time to learn Russian.
Russian Bubble Bath features original art work by Gesonrey Romero of Overpass Apps. It also features spoken Russian performed by Alexander Popko. The app is produced by Eric Wroolie of Overpass Apps.
Please support us by coming back here and leaving an honest review!
Here are some places you can use this language:
Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan
Any ideas on how to better learn Russian? Let us know by leaving a comment here or contacting us directly.
I really like this, but I have only done a few levels in the animals section so far. My only note is: I think it would be more helpful if there were pictures of the animal, instead of the English translation. It would get 5 stars from me if that were the cade, but 4 will do. Thanks for this. Спасибо за это.
Mia King on Google Play (7th March 2017)
Tuane Kilian on Google Play (14th January 2017)
Fun to play, very good way to learn.
Please add more words and categories. This is super fun way to learn Russian. Thank you very much. Спасибо
on Google Play (15th October 2016)
Its helping me with my Russian in a fun way I’m actually looking forward to play!
Jorge Castro on Google Play (25th September 2016)
Absolutely awesome! Great reading, listening challenge!
on Google Play (19th September 2016)
I wish it would give the correct answer when you get something wrong though
Barbara Deetz on Google Play (30th June 2016)
Just what I was looking for – a fun way to strengthen your language skills!
Viking Queen on Google Play (1st June 2016)
Now I know when my Russian wife is talking about me 😉
David Waldrop on Google Play (5th May 2016)
It’s a fun app but limited to basic words. Good for beginners
Danielle Chilcote on Google Play (26th December 2015)
travis daniel on Google Play (1st December 2015)
Very nice game
Adil Sheikh on Google Play (3rd November 2015)
A very fun and simple way to learn a language. Very unique hand entertaining. I wish there were more words to learn though.
Kayauna Turner on Google Play (13th September 2015)
Exactly the Adventurous Russian Survival Skills will have ambitions MORE ♥★□▪~¤
Kathryn gilley on Google Play (27th January 2015)
One of few, but very good apps to learn Russian letters and it’s free!
Player must catch letters (bubbles) associated with the word at the bottom of the screen.
Once matched, letter is voiced and highlighted at the bottom within the word. Once completed, word is announced and picture of the object showed.
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