Russian Language

cyillic alphabetRussian is the official language of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. It spreaded in all republics of the former Soviet Union. It is native language for many people in Ukraine, Belarus, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Latvia, Turkmenistan and Estonia. Russian is the part of the Slavic languages. The Slavic languages belong to the Indo-European language family.I want to learn Russian language
Russian is written using a modified version of the Cyrillic alphabet. The Russian alphabet uses 33 letters.

We were also found by phrases:

21 thoughts on “Russian Language

  1. I blog frequently and I truly thank you for your content. This article has really peaked my interest. I will bookmark your blog and keep checking for new details about once per week. I subscribed to your RSS feed as well.

  2. Cheers for this excellent. I was wondering whether you were planning of publishing similar posts to this. .Keep up the excellent articles!

  3. My wife is Russian, but I’m not. Our son is 2.5 years old and is really close to my wife’s parents mostly because they live only 25 minutes away from us. My son stays a lot of weekends with them. He is already learning Russian words from them.

  4. I am interested in Russian language and culture, and have decided to take Beginning Russian next year as a college freshman. I would like to be fluent in Russian and be able to read advanced Russian texts by authors such as Tolstoy by the time I graduate. I plan on studying abroad for a semester during my junior year or during a summer in college, so that should help. If I take a Russian class every semester, how long would it take for me to become fluent? I have taken 3 years of Spanish and can understand it decently.

  5. also there are russians in Kazakhstan and uzbekistan , are they speaking the same russian language of russia ? or there is a different accent ?

  6. I was wondering this because Russian language is only official in 5 countries! And those countries represent less than 200 million people. So how could this language be considered an official language of the UN if it has such a small number of speakers are represented in the world???

  7. I’m really obsessed about Russia and all the universities that I see seems to be hard to get into like UC Riverside or Long Beach State University. Is there any universities where I could learn the Russian language in Linguistics?

  8. I’m considering Russian to be a 2nd language. Also tell me how interesting the culture is and how usefull the language is.

  9. I really want to apply to a performing arts school in Russia, like the Moscow Theatre Art School, but many of the programs I have looked into require that you fluently speak Russian. I’ve been learning for a couple of months now but I want to take a year or two actually learning the language in Russia. What are some reputable language schools/programs there? It doesn’t even have to be a language school specifically, if there is a Russian language program for English speakers at Moscow State University or a Russian college, that would be great too. Thanks!

  10. I’m fluent in English, and am mostly fluent in French. I’ve always loved the Russian language and culture so I thought what better than to learn the language myself.

  11. I am a teacher, teaching Russian heritage language students. I am looking for a magazine or periodical that is preferably printed in the US that is relevant for students of Russian in the United States. Or even a magazine or periodical from Russia that is relevant to students in the U.S. Thanks!

  12. I know that the term for gay in Russian is “sky blue” or “goluboi”, but I can’t seem to find how to spell it in Cyrillic. I have also seen different English spellings: golooboy, goluboi, goluboy, etc.; which is “proper”? Also, how would I say, “I am gay” in Russian (Cyrillic). Thanks much!

    • goluboi sounds better. It is “голубой” in Cyrillic. You can say – Я пидор or Я гей for “I am gay”. The last phrase is polite form.

  13. I’m currently in high school learning German and i’m also kind of interested in learning Russian. The thing is that my school doesn’t teach the language. So i’m wondering if there are some books i can read and learn the language. Thank you!

  14. I wanna take a Russian language class. I’ve tried several colleges but they require to take other classes alongside the Russian one like algebra and oral communications. Btw, I am Russian. I want to take Russian classes to speak better at it. SO it’s not gonna be too hard for me since I already know it.

  15. I would like to find out how to pay for a Russian Language Program through a school called Echo Eastern Europe. Student loans will not cover it, and I don’t know if I can get a personal loan? Or if there are any form of scholarships for Russian Programs?

  16. I was listening to a song that was russian and I’ve heard that Russian is one of the hardest languages to learn. So I was wondering what made it so unique that it became one of the harder languages and I was thinking most languages originated from something and changed from region to region so I was wondering where it originated from. Where Russian language originated from and why its so hard to learn?

    • It’s not true. You need usual skills for learning Russian language if you learnt any european language before. Only one difficult thing is a Cyrillic alphabet which is used in Russian language. Homever, it is in a reason of habit to use Latin letters in other european languages. Russian language came from the mix of languages of nations who lived on the Russian plain.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*


− 1 = four

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>