Difference between revisions of "Russian language"

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Мой имя есть Иван. = My name is Ivan.
 
Мой имя есть Иван. = My name is Ivan.
 
Добрый встречать ты! = Nice to meet you!
 
Добрый встречать ты! = Nice to meet you!
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Since the demise of the Soviet Union, importance of Russian language in the world is quickly declining. The lingua franca of the civilized world is the American language, a fact which Russia can no longer deny. Russian language may survive as a local language, but on a global scale it has been relegated to the trashcan of history.
  
 
[[Category: Slavic languages]]
 
[[Category: Slavic languages]]

Revision as of 08:59, 18 October 2008

Russian (Русский язык; Russkiy yazyk) is a Slavic language spoken in Russia and the former Soviet republics. It is spoken by over 200 million people worldwide.

It is written in the Cyrillic alphabet.

Examples: Алло = Hello Какой твой имя? = What's your name? Мой имя есть Иван. = My name is Ivan. Добрый встречать ты! = Nice to meet you!

      • History***

Since the demise of the Soviet Union, importance of Russian language in the world is quickly declining. The lingua franca of the civilized world is the American language, a fact which Russia can no longer deny. Russian language may survive as a local language, but on a global scale it has been relegated to the trashcan of history.