This site will conjugate or decline any inflected Russian word that you input, as well as provide a dictionary definition. It will also give verb participle forms and gerunds. Use it to double-check your endings or to figure out tricky declensions and verb conjugations. Indeclinable words are noted as such.
The Russian Dictionary Tree is a grammatical dictionary, housed on the Cornell University Russian website. Type in a word, and this site will show you the word as it would appear in the dictionary, with a definition and the stress indicated. If you click on "details" you can see the conjugation or declension of the word.
An archive of online language learning resources and websites that can aid you in your study of Russian. Browse by level or tag to explore what is available. Each resource is accompanied by suggestions on how to use it to improve your Russian.
Far From Moscow is an English-language blog dedicated to new music from Russia and surrounding areas. Browse artists by genre or location, listen to songs, and view a calendar of upcoming concerts. Explore in order to find artists and songs that you like; read more about the artists online, and practice your Russian by listening to song lyrics and looking up unfamiliar words.
If you'd like to see the world though the eyes of Russians, visit Afisha's online travel guide. It includes hundreds of cities (many of them in the U.S., if you'd like to look up your favorites) and suggestions for where to go.
A list of 26 lessons for new Russian students. The author has been learning Russian since 2016, and this contains his advice for people new to learning Russian. It can save Russian students a lot of time and effort.
These short dialogues, created by Lora Paperno at Cornell University, provide lots of extra practice with basic conversational phrases and situations. The dialogues include transcripts, grammar notes, and substitution exercises. Every word is linked to a dictionary: one click brings up a full dictionary entry.
Keybr is an excellent online typing tutor that will even teach you how to type in Russian. Try changing the text source to song lyrics, Wikipedia articles, blog entries, news stories, or literary texts to make things more interesting.