need suggestions on what is the best way to teach an American English speaker how to correctly (or close enough...) pronounce the Russian soft consonants ( like in "nomer", "vecher", "klyatve" Petya) as well as "myagkiy znak" and the i in "mi" and "vi" and "ti".
Thanks in advance
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