Russia – Language

Caucasus Mountains, Russia

Russian is of course the official language in Russia.
But there are actually about 100 languages spoken in Russia, used by many ethnic groups.

I believe, that almost everyone who lives in Russia, can speak Russian (or am I wrong?).

And in general, Russian language is quite useful.
I was learning Russian in high school (it’s not a typical case in Poland) and some years later, while traveling, I found it’s very useful to have some knowledge of Russian.

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2 thoughts on “Russia – Language”

  1. I tried to learn Russian once but found it very difficult. I could cope with the script – but so many case and verb endings and irregularities! I gave up.

    Your mountain photos are wonderful.

    1. For Polish people it’s quite simple, but I can imagine how complicated it may be for non-Slavic.

      And thank you, I’m glad you like them! I was lucky to explore these mountains a lot. 🙂

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