|a in father||N/A||b in bed||N/A||v in visit||N/A|
|g in goat||N/A||d in day||N/A||ye in yet||N/A|
|yo in yolk||N/A||s in pleasure||N/A||z in zoo||N/A|
|e in eel||N/A||i in voice||N/A||k in kite||N/A|
|l in let||N/A||m in man||N/A||n in no||N/A|
|o in nor||N/A||p in pay||N/A||r in error||N/A|
|s in say||N/A||t in to||N/A||oo in boot||N/A|
|f in feet||N/A||ch in Bach||N/A||ts in cats||N/A|
|ch in check||N/A||sh in shoe||N/A||shch in fresh cheese||N/A|
|no sound||N/A||i in bit||N/A||no sound||N/A|
|e in met||N/A||u in universe||N/A||ya in yak||N/A|
Russian pronunciation is fairly straight forward and phonetic. There are some exceptions in Russian pronunciation like что which is pronounced "shto" not "chto" and его pronounced "yevo" not "yego." Overall, don't worry about the exceptions too much if you have an audio program or speaker at your side it will be easily taken care of. Also words in Russian never begin with the letters ъ, ы, and ь.
Also in learning materials and dictionaries there are stress mark above that letter that gets stressed. However, that is the only place you will find stress marks. If you pick up a russian newspaper you will not find stress marks on any of the words. You'll also find the umlauts (two dots) above ë left out frequently also.
There are some rules to remember when writing in cursive though, not much. The Л, М, and Я cursive letters always begin with a small hook. Also sometimes the cursive verison of T might have a line above it and the cursive version of Ш might have a line below it too, depends on the writer though. Similarly to leaving the umlauts out in block printing for ë also in cursive russian many writers will leave out the umlauts too.
Write и, never ы after к г х ж ч ш щ
Write а, never я and write у, never ю after г ж к х ц ч ш щ
Write unstressed е, but stressed о after ж х ц ч ш щ
Vowels: А Э О У Ы Я Е Ё Ю И
Consonants: Б В Г Д Ж З К Л М Н П Р С Т Ф Х Ц Ч Ш Щ