Russian Language Day: an occasion to think about the problems of the great and mighty in the post-Soviet space


June 6, the birthday of the great Russian poet A.S. Pushkin, Russia celebrates Russian Language Day. More than 260 million inhabitants of the planet speak Russian, its significance for world culture is really invaluable. But the Russian language also has problems today, especially in the former republics of the USSR.


Russian language and political influence of Russia


The spread of the Russian language in Eurasia was carried out after the political expansion of the Russian state. The inclusion of vast territories in Russia in the Volga region and in the Urals, Siberia and the Far East, Central Asia and the Caucasus led to the transformation of the Russian language into the true language of interethnic communication in a significant part of the entire Eurasian space.

However, the Russian language also faced numerous obstacles, including those actively stimulated from outside: the enemies of the Russian state in the West and East rightly saw in the spread of the Russian language the strengthening of Russia's political influence and did everything possible to “tear” entire regions from the world of Russian culture.

A great opportunity for de-Russification came after the collapse of the Soviet Union. The linguistic issue has acquired even more acute political significance, as local nationalist elites in the former Soviet republics began to do everything possible to erase the “Russian trace” in stories their new states. Of course, the most important cultural influence was not in the monuments, not in the names of streets and cities, but in the massive use of the Russian language. Almost all the former union republics have embarked on a path of de-Russification to one degree or another.


At present, the official status of the official language of the Russian language is preserved, in addition to the Russian Federation, only in Belarus (along with the Belarusian language), as well as in the partially recognized Republic of South Ossetia (along with the Ossetian language), in the unrecognized Transnistrian Moldavian Republic (along with the Moldavian and in Ukrainian), in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (along with the Ukrainian language). Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Abkhazia retained the status of the official language of state institutions in the Russian language, and Tajikistan - the status of the language of interethnic communication.

Derusification as an attempt to free oneself from Russian heritage


The refusal to use the Russian language as an official language for most post-Soviet republics meant only one thing - a gradual break with the world of Russian culture and Russian history. Especially glaring is the attempt to abandon the Russian language in Ukraine, where more than half of the country's population speaks it in everyday life. But the position of the Central Asian republics is also interesting.

For example, in Uzbekistan, where Russian is now only one of the foreign languages, firstly, a significant part of the national wealth consists of translations of migrant workers working in Russia, and secondly, Russian remains the real language of everyday communication of the non-Uzbek part of the population.

For residents of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and a number of other post-Soviet republics, the level of proficiency in the Russian language is largely decisive for employment in Russia. It is no coincidence that the prestige of the few already Russian-speaking schools in Uzbekistan or Tajikistan is so high: nationalist demagogy does not prevent local elites from giving their children to these schools.

Unfortunately, for a long time, the Russian government has removed itself from solving the problems of the Russian language outside of Russia. Even now, despite the more active foreign policy of Moscow, the Russian language in the post-Soviet space is losing its position. Portraying loyalty to Moscow, the same Emomali Rahmon set the tone for rejecting Russian endings of surnames. And recently, the lower house of the Tajik parliament banned Russian suffixes in the middle names. Now they will not be entered in birth certificates. There is no logical explanation for this decision, except terry nationalism: in Russia, for example, non-Russian citizens of the country are not forced to Russify the endings of last names or patronymic names (how many Azerbaijani patronymics are “-gly” or “-kizi, for example).

The big problem was attempts to Latinize national languages, abandoning the Cyrillic alphabet that came with the Russian language. As a result, in Uzbekistan, the Uzbek language now exists in Latin and Cyrillic versions, which completely confuses the very same Uzbek youth in learning it.


In the once fraternal Ukraine, the use of the Russian language meets an equally fierce reaction of nationalists. Moreover, in Ukraine, the attitude to the language issue is even more attentive, since it is the language factor that plays an important role in the construction of the Ukrainian political nation: it is necessary to force the “Russian” Ukrainians to abandon the Russian language, and then self-consciousness will leave with one or two generations.

The Ukrainian scenario in a milder version will sooner or later begin to run in Belarus. Now, while Alexander Lukashenko is in power, the Russian language retains the status of the second state language, but what will happen next, especially if the political vector of Minsk is shifted? After all, Ukraine easily forgot about the tens of millions of Russian-speaking citizens of the country, which, incidentally, are not only Russians, but also the same Ukrainians, Greeks, Bulgarians, Jews, Tatars and others, and launched a campaign against the Russian language. Unfortunately, Moscow’s reaction to what is happening with the Russian language outside of Russia leaves much to be desired.
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  1. apro 6 June 2020 05: 21 New
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    Russia's loss of a leading force in the world and post-Soviet space after the destruction of the USSR is one of the reasons for the exclusion of the Russian language as an integrator of interethnic communication. There is no reason to study it ...
    1. Crowe 6 June 2020 05: 36 New
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      My minus. I’ll explain for what. You got Russia to write with a small letter.
      1. apro 6 June 2020 05: 48 New
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        You are respected, not minus stavte .... but run the Russian wasp in Russian eum. Sit on the Russian car. Go to the Russian supermarket. Turn on the Russian TV plasma. Call from a Russian smartphone. Fly on a Russian civilian airliner .... yes at least get dressed in Russian clothes.
        1. Crowe 6 June 2020 05: 54 New
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          What kind of verbal diarrhea was it now, didn’t get hung over? I will repeat it again - write the name of my Motherland with a capital letter.
        2. NEXUS 6 June 2020 06: 16 New
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          Quote: apro
          and run the Russian wasp on the Russian computer.

          You are not good friends with history, as I look. The first large computers, such as BESM, were created by the Russians, and at that time they were more powerful than world analogues.
          Quote: apro
          Take the Russian car.

          Again, in the USSR, in addition to Moskvich and Zhiguli, cars were created, such as, for example, the Victory, which to this day serve perfectly.
          Or was it all not Russian that was created?
          Quote: apro
          fly on a Russian civilian airliner

          Airliners under the USSR were created no worse than Western ones. And you know that.
          You are talking about today ... well then I will answer you in your own manner ...
          And you step on the ladder of the English icebreaker, or fly into space on a Canadian rocket. Or maybe a floating nuclear reactor is working somewhere?
          So according to your wretched logic, English is also not worth studying.
          1. Train 6 June 2020 06: 18 New
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            What you described was created by Soviet people. In Russia, neither created anything
            1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 06: 22 New
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              Quote: Zug
              What you described was created by Soviet people. In россии neither created anything

              Did the Russian people begin only in Russia? And again I look illiterate drew. Go to school, ignoramus!
              1. Train 6 June 2020 08: 18 New
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                You didn’t understand the promise. When the Tsar’s, too, Russian people lived only an acre of grain and a bit of oil didn’t export or create anything. But why? The Tsarek sells grain by robbing peasants and lives, the raven and cats shoot. And Soviet People-CREATED and CREATED. For reflection You so lovely
                1. Olgovich 6 June 2020 11: 45 New
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                  Quote: Zug
                  русские people lived only an acre of grain and a bit of oil did not export or create anything. Soviet People-CREATED and CREATED

                  And RUSSIAN people, where did they go? Gone?

                  А advanced Russian science? Dissolved?

                  And what about the Russian universities and the Russian professors, which have taught absolutely ALL the space, rocket, and nuclear elites? They were not there?

                  And Russian scientists Vernadsky, Ioffe, Mysovsky, Khlopin and so forth, who stood at the basis of the study of the development of the atom, the creators of the cyclotron, who raised the Kurchatovs, weren't they?
                  1. Pardus 6 June 2020 13: 50 New
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                    Quote: Olgovich
                    And what about the Russian universities and the Russian professors, which have taught absolutely ALL the space, rocket, and nuclear elites?

                    Stop lying already.
                    1. Olgovich 6 June 2020 14: 00 New
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                      Quote: Pardus
                      Stop lying already.

                      stop being ignoramus.

                      a disgrace ....
                    2. AU Ivanov. 6 June 2020 15: 46 New
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                      Perhaps you are not aware that Tupolev graduated from the Imperial Higher Technical School? And indeed, the Russian professors gave a ticket to science to Soviet scientists and designers.
                  2. andreykolesov123 6 June 2020 16: 02 New
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                    Quote: Olgovich
                    Ioffe

                    Is he Russian or Gussian?
                  3. Train 6 June 2020 16: 05 New
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                    Kurchatov’s mother brought up. Compare what Russian science did before 1917 and what after. And until 1991. She didn’t do anything. Not only would a man BE. It’s still necessary to give him the opportunity to prove himself. In the Russian Empire there were many but many have they done practical? Yes NI-CHI-GO. In percentage terms with the USSR, this is a drop in the bucket.
                    1. Olgovich 6 June 2020 16: 34 New
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                      Quote: Zug
                      Kurchatov's mother raised

                      Kurchatov learned in RUSSIAN Gymnasium and finished RUSSIAN Imperial St. Petersburg Polytechnic Institute.

                      Or did you bring them from Switzerland? Except torn socks from there, nothing

                      From there you brought thousands of scientists, hundreds of thousands of teachers, hundreds of thousands of schools, the largest universities in the world, talented people?
                      Quote: Zug
                      Compare what Russian science did before 1917 and what after. And until 1991. It did nothing.

                      What did americana science until 1917 and what after. And until 1991. Yes, she did nothing lol
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                      There were a lot of minds in the Russian empire, but how much did they do in practice? Yes NI-CHI-GO

                      "Nothing," take an interest in the history of your homeland: the first television broadcast in the world, the invention of radio, the first diesel submarine in the world, the first motor ship electric ship, etc. etc.

                      And YES-Russian people lived BEFORE the Bolsheviks, survived with them and live after them
                      1. Train 6 June 2020 17: 24 New
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                        Reread what is written above again. It makes no difference to me who lived there in the Russian Empire. And I don’t argue that there were a lot of smart people. But how many did they do under tsarism compared to the USSR? Where did this submarine fight, where did they show TV. We are even 30 years old! machines purchased in Germany. ALL! We even in the USSR could not make a torpedo! So with the Italian and the whole war fought! Under tsarism, even that was not there. And whoever could, if only ...
                      2. Olgovich 9 June 2020 07: 17 New
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                        Quote: Zug
                        . Yes, how much have they done under tsarism-have achieved in comparison with the USSR?

                        THOUSAND TIMES more! COUNTRY. the world's largest builder, from which you left the horns and legs, as well as from its people, look at the WINDOW, yes!
                        Quote: Zug
                        We are even 30 years old! machines purchased in Germany. ALL! We even in the USSR could not make a torpedo!

                        Why are you so stupid? who is to blame for not being able to dispose of the huge treasure they seized?

                        I ask again: Whence your brought thousands of scientists, hundreds of thousands of teachers, hundreds of thousands of schools, the largest universities in the world, talented people. and?.

                        and WHERE did you get the MEANS for the experiments? They squeezed out of socks of ilich or took it in Russia?

                        it ALL was BEFORE YOU.
                2. nickname7 8 June 2020 20: 51 New
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                  .A RUSSIAN people, where did they go? Gone?

                  Under feudalism and estates, nationality is the tenth thing, the main title. Positions are transferred by birthright, not by reason. Talents with estates have no prospects; all the famous Soviet designers would not have risen above clerks and janitors, since the posts are occupied by countesses. It was the abandonment of the estates that gave talents to be realized.
                  How India with castes stopped developing.
              2. AU Ivanov. 6 June 2020 15: 44 New
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                That is, there was neither Mendeleev, nor Zhukovsky (aerodynamics), nor Sikorsky with Pirogov. Was there Lobachevsky, Khinin, Butlerov, Popov?
                1. Train 6 June 2020 16: 08 New
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                  A lot of Sikorsky airplanes flew to PMV? Maybe they made their own aircraft engines? What Russia exported acre of bread in commodity quantities. What is the use of the names when, if they could prove themselves, it was only in the USSR? Popov created a radio. The sense is that even in the USSR radios could not do even in 40 years. Half of the battleships and cruisers on foreign stocks were built ... Alas ...
            2. aybolyt678 6 June 2020 08: 32 New
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              Quote: NEXUS
              Did the Russian people begin only in Russia?

              Your opponent about the fact that Russian people are degrading with the help of consumer ideology .... the Unified State Examination School is analyzing, the percentage of the Russian population in Moscow is greatly reduced
              1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 20: 51 New
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                Quote: aybolyt678
                Your opponent about the fact that Russian people are degrading with the help of consumer ideology .... the Unified State Examination School is analyzing, the percentage of the Russian population in Moscow is greatly reduced

                Consumer ideology, which I have talked about more than once or twice here, OBSERVES the population. But by and large the question is not only in the language ... the question of the EDUCATION of the population as peoples living in our country.
                As an example ... here's the new Besonog came out. Just about the education of our people who live here on this earth, not abroad and not in the CIS countries, but here ... look thoughtfully, what I advise everyone to do. You can disagree with the arguments and thoughts of Mikhalkov, you can share, but ... it makes it possible to comprehend at least somehow what is happening now and what we are prepared for in the near future.
                1. Kronos 7 June 2020 17: 37 New
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                  Mikhalkov banal manipulator as he recently vparivalsya about chipping
          2. at84432384 6 June 2020 14: 28 New
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            Everything without which it is impossible to imagine modern civilization (electricity, radio, television) was born in Russia. Now the only country where there is an illiberal economic school is Russia. And the liberal model of the economy has come to an end. There is something to present to the World now.
            1. aybolyt678 6 June 2020 19: 52 New
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              Now the only country where there is an illiberal economic school is Russia.

              where is this school ?? and where are her graduates?
            2. Kronos 7 June 2020 17: 38 New
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              Radio at the same time created in different places.
            3. nickname7 8 June 2020 21: 11 New
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              electricity, radio, television) was born in Russia

              How was born and died, as unnecessary.
              Why, for example, the tsar did not build a tractor plant as the Bolsheviks did? And why, because 10 peasants with a plow will replace the tractor. The village pays rent, which is spent on balls and a bun. This system is completely satisfied with knowing, they do not want to change it, the country remains in feudalism. Radio electricity is an industrial system that is not compatible with feudalism.
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            1. Train 6 June 2020 08: 19 New
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              Under the tsar, the Russian people also lived — however, the thousandth did not create what the Soviet people created.
              1. AU Ivanov. 6 June 2020 16: 42 New
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                Under the so-called "king" of railways, more was built than under the scoop. The GOELRO plan was developed before the October Revolution, like Soviet medicine - this is an in-depth and augmented version of the three-stage healthcare system developed back in the days of the Republic of Ingushetia. And do not ascribe the scoop to the achievement of technological progress, otherwise you will have to ascribe to Putin the development of mobile communications and the Internet in Russia.
                1. aybolyt678 6 June 2020 20: 05 New
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                  Quote: AU Ivanov.
                  Under the so-called "king" of railways, more was built

                  do not confuse Alexander 3 and Nikolai 2. At the first, roads were built without foreign borrowing.
                  Quote: AU Ivanov.
                  And do not attribute the scoop to the achievement of technological progress

                  I do not agree. In the USSR there was a system of work with scientists. They were allowed to have housekeepers and for them there were sharashka with working conditions. Now the American system of quoting and selling itself. Therefore, everyone flees to America China, where there are conditions ...
                  And about the tsarist health care system it is not necessary, if something was not more than searchlights for dusty shelves.
                  1. AU Ivanov. 6 June 2020 23: 28 New
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                    I am not saying that there was no Soviet science. I say that Soviet scientists stood on the shoulders of giants and did not start from scratch.
                2. nickname7 8 June 2020 21: 35 New
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                  . the so-called "king" of railways was built more than with the scoop

                  Bullshit. The lie is based on the fact that on the map the railway line coincides with the royal line and the Soviet railway, but the devil is in the details, the royal railway is a single track, the rails are thin, the axle load is small, the speed is low, 5-6 the wagons, the councils were rebuilt into a double track, the rails were replaced with stronger ones, the speed and carrying capacity were increased, the freight turnover of 70-100 wagons increased by a thousand times. Secondly, peasants / mob were poor could not buy a ticket, and Soviet citizens traveled en masse, passenger turnover grew a thousand times. Sov.zh / d and the royal, like heaven and earth.
                  . The GOELRO plan was developed before the October Revolution

                  They worked out the plan correctly, but it was thrown into the trash. Feudal lords, sneeze deeply on the mob.
                  The Bolsheviks transferred the mob into citizens and implemented electrification as people need to improve conditions
            2. Krasnoyarsk 6 June 2020 08: 33 New
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              Andrei, I already put you a plus for the previous post, but with this -
              Quote: NEXUS

              IT ALL WAS CREATED BY RUSSIAN PEOPLE.

              I can’t agree. Although in my heart I understand you.
              Russian, this is nationality. And it would be more correct to write - by SOVIET people.
              That which was created by the Russians with them will remain, but that which was created by the Ukrainians, Belarusians, and others. Let it remain to them. We Russians do not need someone else.
              We understand that the same Ukrainians, in essence, are Russians, as are Belarusians. But they call themselves Ukrainians and we must come to terms with this. It is their right to recognize oneself not as Russian, but as Ukrainian.
              Therefore, what was created from 1917 to 1991 was created by SOVIET PEOPLE.
              hi
            3. Professor 6 June 2020 12: 44 New
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              IT ALL WAS CREATED BY RUSSIAN PEOPLE. And nationality has nothing to do with it. Although to whom I explain.

              I dare not agree with you. Only a short period in Soviet history was the famous fifth column. Then everyone was SOVIET, and in all other periods in the fifth column. Danelia was a Georgian, Mikoyan an Armenian, and Gurevich a Jew.
              1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 16: 53 New
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                Danelia was a Georgian, Mikoyan an Armenian, and Gurevich a Jew.

                And what about the nation? Was Bakration Georgian, was he not Russian in spirit? Barclay de Tolly was German, was he not Russian in spirit? These people have done more for the Russian world than many Russians by nationality. I was not talking about a nation, but about belonging to the Russian world and positioning myself as a Russian person.
                1. Professor 6 June 2020 20: 12 New
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                  Quote: NEXUS
                  Quote: Professor
                  Danelia was a Georgian, Mikoyan an Armenian, and Gurevich a Jew.

                  And what about the nation? Was Bakration Georgian, was he not Russian in spirit? Barclay de Tolly was German, was he not Russian in spirit? These people have done more for the Russian world than many Russians by nationality. I was not talking about a nation, but about belonging to the Russian world and positioning myself as a Russian person.

                  Then the “Soviet people” and the “Soviet people”, but not the “Russian world”, etc.
              2. itis 6 June 2020 21: 05 New
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                Bear Shifman was brainy and had foresight, but the “fifth” was not allowed for the count
                and it began under Lomonosov. German became the language of science (deservedly), and Greek and Latin began to be overwritten. Cyrillic for them generally barbarism
          2. aybolyt678 6 June 2020 08: 35 New
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            it was created in the USSR by Soviet scientists. managers.

            One senior manager said - I am Russian of Georgian descent! smile tell who?
        4. Pvi1206 6 June 2020 11: 08 New
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          illogical past successes to cover the current boundless mess ...
        5. Aleksandr21 6 June 2020 11: 38 New
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          The Nexus, there is still a grain of truth in the "apro" posts. The popularity of the Russian language abroad is rather low, and this is primarily due to the loss by Russia of its position as a leading, technological / economic superpower. Which Westerners will go to work in Russia? permanent residence? Even the population of the countries of Eastern Europe completely reoriented to Western culture, and the priority is the language of learning English. If you take Asia, there are generally solid tigers and dragons, China is generally a separate civilization with 1,4 billion people with an increasing standard of living, s / n, in terms of technology, again, they have come very far ahead, even the USA got scared of Huawei with its 5G networks and an attempt to redistribute the global markets, Xiaomi again tests 6G, + serious advances in computing power, AI, a new electronic currency, etc. In general, many countries will reorient themselves to China and its culture, including the study of the Chinese language. India, again, is also a player with serious potential, and it seems to me unlikely that Indians will be interested in opening Russian schools and focusing on Russian culture + other countries with their own cultures .... returning to the topic of the article and CIS countries, we can state that the interest of the population in in these countries, the Russian language is reserved exclusively for trips to Russia and getting a job there, but in the republics themselves (on the official level) there is no interest in learning the Russian language, since the model of present-day Russia is not interesting, and these countries plan to orient in the future either to the West (especially the countries of Eastern Europe) or to the East (China with its “One Belt One Way” initiative, etc.), we just have nothing to offer the world ... except for the sale of natural resources, but this "successful" model other countries will be interested.
        6. Civil 6 June 2020 11: 45 New
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          Due to the lag in scientific research, a large amount of knowledge is not translated into Russian, therefore everyone gravitates to the English language.
        7. AU Ivanov. 6 June 2020 15: 33 New
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          Wretched cars were in the USSR, wretched. And airliners, which were at the level in the 60s, became backward by the 80s. Fuel consumption, primitive avionics, noise ...
      2. Catfish 6 June 2020 07: 38 New
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        I prefer to ride a Russian tank. Do you think that they are worse now than those that were before? Or do you think that people have already rotted in the bud? Dangerous fallacy. The history of this country remembers how, for centuries, established power was swept away in an instant and a new life began. History, if you remember, develops in a spiral. And current temporary workers, this is an episode in the life of Russia.
        I understand that everything you write is done with one goal - to offend people, because your text is not debatable. Therefore, I am not writing for you; throwing beads is useless.
        1. aybolyt678 6 June 2020 08: 40 New
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          Or do you think that people have already rotted in the bud? Dangerous fallacy.

          A dangerous misconception that Russia is invincible .... Perestroika has shown that this is not so.
          Quote: Sea Cat
          The history of this country remembers how, for centuries, established power was swept away in an instant and a new life began.

          A new life in Russia began thanks to the next demanded resources. On which the earth is rich. But the ball is full ...
          1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 16: 56 New
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            A dangerous misconception that Russia is invincible ....

            History has proven this in practice. And your words are just an empty phrase in comparison with the historical truth.
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            Perestroika has shown that this is not so.

            Perestroika showed that there is no need to trust cheaters and only ... it’s a loss in battle, but not in war.
            1. aybolyt678 6 June 2020 19: 49 New
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              And your words are just an empty phrase in comparison with the historical truth.

              I would like to join your optimism smile But the concept of Truth is somewhat narrower than the concept of Truth. And the truth is that we have nothing to offer the rest of the world this time, there is no Idea.
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              it’s a loss in battle, but not in war.

              An article about the Russian language, its place in the world .. Technical English is found everywhere. Where does technical Russian meet? for ordinary foreigners and not users of our spacecraft and nuclear power plants?
              1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 21: 02 New
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                Quote: aybolyt678
                An article about the Russian language, its place in the world .. Technical English is found everywhere. Where does technical Russian meet? for ordinary foreigners and not users of our spacecraft and nuclear power plants?

                And this is a question of the EDUCATION of the population. Not units with rich parents who can receive the best education anywhere. I will return to the times even before the Union. Our lawyers invented trains. The priests created cars. Tell me, if you even give the priest financing now, will he be able to create something technical? Office plankton, for the most part (young), is not capable of nailing a house. They call a craftsman to assemble furniture bought in IKEA, although there are instructions and all the drilling. The degradation of the population did not begin today or yesterday. To my great regret, the time of the CREATORS, PRE-OPENERS, has passed. The time of the Lomonosovs was a golden time for our language, for foreign geniuses of architecture, mechanics, painting, etc., came to us ... but it passed. Because we learned to create well only weapons. And I'm not just talking about Russia now.
                DEBILIZATION of the population goes around the world by leaps and bounds.
        2. Pvi1206 6 June 2020 11: 10 New
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          The history of this country remembers

          I don’t like when Russia is called this country ...
          1. Catfish 6 June 2020 16: 31 New
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            I don’t like when Russia is called this country ...

            Well, call her "that one." And, excuse me, what do I care about what you like and what you don't like. request
        3. Slavs 6 June 2020 11: 54 New
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          Or do you think that the people have already rotted in the bud?

          Are there examples of cultural and intellectual prosperity?
          I do not observe in the streets of my city ... With the rarest single exceptions.
          1. Catfish 6 June 2020 16: 32 New
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            in the total mass

            And in other countries, "in the mass", what are you observing?
            1. Slavs 6 June 2020 19: 04 New
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              Quote: Sea Cat
              And in other countries, "in the mass", what are you observing?

              I did not live in far abroad countries - I did not observe it.
              Do not you live with us?
              1. Catfish 6 June 2020 20: 20 New
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                You, where is it? As for me, I’ve been living in the Ryazan region for several years, before that, all my life in Moscow, I served in the ZVO. I was not abroad either, except for Lithuania and Latvia in Soviet times. Oh yes ... now Ukraine is abroad, well, I've been there too.
                1. Slavs 7 June 2020 14: 43 New
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                  The geography of my travels is similar to yours, adjusted for the Caucasus and intersects in the Baltic and Ukraine.
                  If you have to observe the color of a nation around, then, unfortunately, I see only the fact of “decay” of the people in the intellectual and moral aspect. What happens to people in other countries worries me much less.
                  I lived and live in Russia, although I come from the USSR, my children live and will live here, and soon grandchildren. Homo Sovetikus differed for the better from Homo Erectus of the Russian Federation ...
                  The opinion is purely personal, I do not pretend to the truth, taken out of communication with people over the past 30 years ...
                  So what hit you in my first comment, and what was your question about other countries?
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                    So what hit you in my first comment, and what was your question about other countries?

                    Yes, in general, it’s not something that hurt, I just think that the current generations of “iPhone-smart-phone” youth do not differ much from each other, that ours are “foreign”.
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        You are respected, not minus stavte .... but run the Russian wasp in Russian eum. Sit on the Russian car. Go to the Russian supermarket. Turn on the Russian TV plasma. Call from a Russian smartphone. Fly on a Russian civilian airliner .... yes at least get dressed in Russian clothes.

        Do the same in Singapore with locally produced products. In Australia, drive a local car, call from a smartphone made in the country. Etc.
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      Problems with the Russian language exist in the Russian Federation,
      “A cool Dnieper in cool weather, when, wandering and showing off, sawing its cool waves through forests and mountains. It doesn’t stumble, will not cover. the middle of the Dnieper. And if he daughters, he bites his head and throws away the hooves. " .
      Wow, Nikolai Vasilievich?
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        laughing Scream! -It is necessary to think up so promptly!
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          Come up with

          Magazine "Erolash".
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        In addition to the word "shnobel", of incomprehensible origin (Yiddish?), The rest of the words of Gogol’s free arrangement are quite original Russian.
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    Russia's loss of a leading force in the world and post-Soviet space after the destruction of the USSR

    The destruction of the USSR is in no way connected with the integration role of the Russian language. The CPSU has always relied on the nomination of national cadres. But it is one thing to restore the culture of different peoples and a completely different domestic policy. As a result, in the majority of the leadership of the Union republics, already in the 80s, a rigid clan system with its own national characteristics developed. Further, these national characteristics grew into outright nationalism, and some of the "former" have already reached fascism.
    The main problem is the policy of Russia's non-interference in the internal affairs of neighboring states. But "a holy place does not happen empty"! The United States and its allies immediately took advantage of this to create a "Zone of Controlled Chaos" around Russia and China. In the 90s, by a miracle, it was possible to avoid a full-scale war and the collapse of Russia, and this “miracle” was associated with Western fear for the uncontrolled proliferation of nuclear weapons and the use of them by terrorists. Now this "miracle" is gone. And the psychological Russophobic treatment of the states of the former Union will inevitably lead to a much worse consequence than the use of WMD.
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    Loss Russia

    Dear, are you a Russian? I think so. So what kind of vegetable do you, Russian, write the name of your country with a small letter? Or you, who have studied the Russian language, about which you have written here, are not familiar with the fact that the name of ANY country is capitalized?
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    after the destruction of the USSR, one of the reasons for the exclusion of the Russian language as an integrator of interethnic communication is no reason to study it ...

    Nothing that the Russian language is INTERNATIONAL? And this is not about the collapse of the USSR. The Russian language was in the days of ancient Russia (Old Russian) and in the time of Catherine and will be many millennia later.
    The Russian language itself is very LIVE and very adaptive. For one simple reason, the Russian language is the language of feelings, emotions and enhanced information content as a consequence of this. As Zadornov said, our language is with secrets. Not a single language in the world can compare with the Russian language in terms of emotionality and sensuality. The same Ukrainian language, Belarusian are related to the Russian languages. All of these three languages, in fact, have one ancestor.
    Look at China. There Russian language has gained such popularity that it is taught in most schools. They learn the Russian language in almost all countries of the world, because for smart people, it is obvious that world culture without Russian culture is very poor. And Russian culture is based on the great and powerful.
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      Dear, are you a Russian?

      Dear, I’m not Russian.
      The Russian language occupies the position occupied by its native speakers ... in the field of economics. In the military field. In science. Art. In the proportion of the world's population.
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        The Russian language occupies the position occupied by its native speakers ... in the field of economics. In the military field. In science. Art. In the proportion of the world's population.

        The main criterion in all of you listed is CULTURE and ART and then science. The remaining criteria are secondary. We are known not by Gref and Navalny, but by Pushkin, Yesenin, Aivazovsky and so on.
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          We are known not by Gref and Navalny, but by Pushkin, Yesenin, Aivazovsky and so on.

          We are known as a country gas station ... yes about the enormously enriched oligarchs ... with their quirks
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            Quote: apro
            We are known as a country gas station ..

            You may know how something didn’t sew a sleeve on the female genital organ.
            Quote: apro
            yes about the enormously enriched oligarchs.

            With the story you, too, are completely shitty. In tsarist Russia, wealthy merchants and nobles were patrons, and not sponsors, as they are now. The same Tretyakov was, as they say now, an oligarch, but thanks to him, there is the Tretyakov Gallery, which is one of the repositories of our culture.
            As for modern oligarchs. So they are EVERYWHERE and not only in Russia.
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              The Russians have lost their civilization and creative essence. And some nexus proof
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                The Russians have lost their civilization and creative essence.

                Che seriously? Then answer me the question, why Russia has not disappeared in millennia?
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                  She almost disappeared. You have never had your own (blood) rulers. Russia has always defended the interests of England / and now the United States. It is unlikely that she was before Stalin / Lenin. You didn’t even bother to dear native speaker print what. And in life you have a choo
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                    Quote: 9PA
                    She almost disappeared.

                    Look at the map. Which of the Russian vegetables has disappeared? fool
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                    You have never had your own (blood) rulers.

                    Seriously? I already said-GO TO SCHOOL, LEARNING! Your teachers in Russian and history should be dismissed without retirement in disgrace.
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                    And in life you have a choo

                    Everything is fine in my life. And judging by your “choo”, I understand that your life at this “choo” has ended.
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                      And what does the card reflect? An imitation of the state?)) Who owns Russia, its bowels, its industrial potential, in the end its future, comrade Che ?. Call me the Russian rulers)
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                      And what does the card reflect? An imitation of the state?)) Who owns Russia, its bowels, its industrial potential, in the end its future, comrade Che?

                      The imitation of the state is in your Ukraine. As they say, jumped.
                      If Russia and Russian civilization have no future, why are you so bubbling, great UKR?
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                      You have not answered a single question. If you called my teachers insolvent, clarify the story to me which of the rulers of Russia was Russian? And I'm not in Ukraine, I'm in Siberia
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                      And I'm not in Ukraine, I'm in Siberia

                      And write the name of your country with a small letter. Here is the first answer to the fact that your Russian language teachers need to be driven to the neck with shame.
                      Quote: 9PA
                      which of the rulers of Russia was Russian?

                      Most of the rulers before the Romanovs. And even under the Romanovs ... we almost always had a war with the Anglo-Saxon civilization.
                      And then Stalin. He is also Russian. And I'm not talking about nationality. But you don’t understand this, from the word at all.
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                      Ahaha)) Rurik or something ??? Maybe the rulers of Kievan Rus, not so beloved by you?
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                      Ahaha)) Rurik or something ??? Maybe the rulers of Kievan Rus, not so beloved by you?

                      Yes, Ruriks.
                      Into the account of the unloved Kievan Rus .... And with what a binge you decided that unloved by me?
                    7. Insurgent 6 June 2020 07: 15 New
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                      Russian Language Day: an occasion to think about the problems of the great and mighty in the post-Soviet space

                      Language - among other things, it is culture, our common culture and not only literary ...
                      But the cinema culture, our common, Soviet and Russian, suffered an irreplaceable loss, such an actor, a real Moscow intellectual, who played the role of charming simpletons-nonsense, will no longer be no .

                      At the age of 83 years died M.M.Kokshenov ...



                      “Zhenya, Zhenechka and Katyusha”, 1967, directed by Vladimir Motyl. The first big role in the movie.
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                      At the expense of unloved Kievan Rus ....

                      Why, in general, do not "love" her, or even deny the fact of her existence as one from the centers of development of Russian culture and national identity and identity?

                      Just because some fool called Kiev "Ukrainian myst"?
                      But this is stupid, for this reason, do not care about your story ...
      2. Mordvin 3 6 June 2020 08: 14 New
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        Russia has always defended the interests of England / and now the United States. It is unlikely that she was before Stalin /

        Stalin, taking the initiative in his own hands, poured cognac to his interlocutor and himself, clinked glasses and, together with Churchill, drained the glasses, continuing to naturally lead a conversation that was very interesting to him.

        The meeting has come to an end. Everyone stood up. Having said goodbye, Churchill left the room, supported by his arms. The rest also began to disperse, and I stood bewitched and looked at Stalin. Of course, he saw me watching him all the time. He came up to me and said in a good good voice: “Don’t be afraid, I won’t drink Russia. But Churchill will rush tomorrow, when they tell him that he’s blinded here ... "

        http://militera.lib.ru/memo/russian/golovanov_ae/16.html
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    Know and respect are different concepts.
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      Know and respect are different concepts.

      Uti ways ... you confuse respect with fear. Enemies, yes, we are afraid and therefore respected. And friends respect us for our language, history and culture.
      1. Train 6 June 2020 08: 32 New
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        Who is afraid of us? Is it because of fear that we have NATO troops along the perimeter of the border and drop helicopter planes in Syria? Monuments are demolished all over Europe. Probably out of fear. Here Churchill under Stalin got up from a chair, Roosevelt shook hands. This is respect and acceptance of the country and the leader. And the demolition of monuments and the downing of helicopters is not an act of respect. This is an act of impunity
  • aybolyt678 6 June 2020 08: 57 New
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    according to Pushkin, Yesenin, Aivazovsky

    Actually a big problem. For the past almost 40 years, I have not read Pushkin and Yesenin. And this has value only in the Russian language, which is a symbol of joint survival, both in Soviet times and in Tsarist times. But the problem is that with the existing pragmatic approach to international problems and an imposed ideology, when each for himself, the Russian language loses its symbolism of mutual assistance.
  • WIKI 6 June 2020 11: 20 New
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    Nothing that the Russian language is INTERNATIONAL? And the point here is not the collapse of the USSR.

    “The number of people in the world studying Russian as a foreign language has halved since the collapse of the USSR. This is reported by the publication of RBC owned by Grigory Berezkin with reference to the report of the Center for Sociological Research subordinate to the Ministry of Education and Science (FGANU" Sociocenter ").

    The document says that at present Russian is used in 27 countries, it occupies the tenth place in the world in terms of distribution. In the 1990s, 74,6 million people studied Russian, 20 million of them were not from post-Soviet countries. By 2018, the number of Russian learners has dropped to 38,2 million, 37 million of them are residents of the former USSR. "Https://lenta.ru/news/2019/11/28/language/
    1. L-39NG 6 June 2020 19: 42 New
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      When the opportunity arose to open a personal business or a joint business with Russian partners in Russia, the number of foreigners studying the Russian language increased like an avalanche. After foreigners tasted the taste of the business atmosphere and the “legal” support, protection for their business, and the criminal component, learning the Russian language was no longer attractive. They are attracted to work in Russia by personnel for whom the Russian language is native and they can speak English. They don’t want to expose their people to various risks, and those foreigners who have to work in Russia learn the language, but their salaries are not small. Political Economy. And, then, different sanctions, but most importantly, Russian anti-sanctions. Because of this, many small firms will use authorized translation agencies - cheaper than spending money to train staff in the Russian language.
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        What kind of avalanche of interest in the Russian language you are talking about, I do not understand. Have you read my comment? Rather, the opposite happened. Russia has become one of many such. The USSR was the only thing that fueled interest in the language.
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    Not a single language in the world can compare with the Russian language in terms of emotionality and sensuality.

    What languages ​​do you speak, dear? wink

    Quote: NEXUS
    Look at China. There Russian language has gained such popularity that it is taught in most schools. They learn the Russian language in almost all countries of the world, because for smart people, it is obvious that world culture without Russian culture is very poor. And Russian culture is based on the great and powerful.

    You have mixed up the Russian language with English. It is English that is taught in every school in China, and far from Russian. English is taught on all continents and in all countries. Even in Iran.
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      What languages ​​do you speak, dear?

      Russian (native), Ukrainian, Moldavian, conversational English. Enough?
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      You have mixed up the Russian language with English.

      I didn’t mix anything up, dear. I didn’t say that English is not taught. No need to juggle that Yosya.
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        Russian (native), Ukrainian, Moldavian, conversational English. Enough?

        No, not enough to say: "Not a single language in the world can't compare with the Russian language in terms of emotionality and sensuality. "

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        I didn’t mix anything up, dear. I didn’t say that English is not taught. No need to juggle that Yosya.

        It is confused. I visit China once a quarter at least. I communicate with colleagues for more than 10 years. Their children do not learn Russian from the word "completely." You are clearly misled.
  • Ross xnumx 6 June 2020 05: 21 New
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    I can not agree with the thoughts of the author. What is the post-Soviet space (territories of the former Soviet Union republics) when such “pearls” are found on the VO website that one can only get lost in conjectures about the author’s age and his “parish education”. It happens that the rush makes adjustments to the text of the message, but when the obvious “scribbles” are scattered throughout the text, I involuntarily recall:

    hi
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      when obvious “asypki” are scattered throughout the text, I involuntarily recall:

      It’s not expensive mistakes, but banter, mockery, provocation, sabotage, whatever ..... There was such a banter-poet Ivanov, made in his style. He made fun of graphomaniacs. It was always funny.
      In the context of the topic it looks mean. angry
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        In the context of the topic it looks mean.

        You do not wave hands here. I don’t see a big difference between those who hated Russian language and literature since childhood, and those who distort it when writing, while not forgetting to wave the Russian passport. Each meanness has its own background. It is vile to blame people for crimes (misconduct) that they did not commit. It is despicable to beat the weak and mock children and the elderly. It’s mean to talk about one’s own patriotic nature, sorting through the numbers of foreign accounts, and to worry about a pandemic in the EU only because of the presence of real estate acquired with “labor money”. Well, you’ll know the other types of meanness when “one wand and nine holes will destroy an entire army”, when the people express their opinion after July 1, and all things remain in the hat ...
        hi
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          You do not wave hands here.
          You don’t pick your nose, repeat with a smart look.
          Well, the rest of the mean meanness you will know
          fool hi
    2. And I bet. It seems to me that mattresses don't give a damn about what language the inhabitants of the “buffer” state speak, who carry a potential threat to the Russian Federation.
      If tomorrow, conditional Belarus, decides to radically turn against our borders, the condition for switching to the national language will not be paramount.
  • Far B 6 June 2020 05: 26 New
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    So our "ilites" themselves laid a bolt on the popularization, or at least the preservation of the position of the Russian language in the post-Soviet space. An example with the same Ukraine: they appointed ambassadors of great diplomats like Chernomyrdin or Zurabov, who were stupidly serving a brand without really doing anything. The result - Ukraine has become a hostile state, the Russian language there is now severe persecution at the official level. So what needs to be presented to our elite, which is all simple to one place, otherwise who is the evil Pinocchio to us?
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      So our "ilites" themselves laid a bolt on the popularization, or at least the preservation of the position of the Russian language in the post-Soviet space.

      They did not put a bolt. They bought a new citizenship for themselves and their children ...
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      So what needs to be presented to our elite, which is all simple to one place, otherwise who is the evil Pinocchio to us?

      I know who the storyteller in our life is and who is the “unfit” Cipollino. lol
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      So our "ilites" themselves
      "Ilitas" by ilites, but this does not justify the horses, Litvinians and other Rakhmonov.
  • Livonetc 6 June 2020 05: 29 New
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    Yes, and the goblin with them!
    In Uzbekistan, after the collapse of the Union, the Russians were squeezed out.
    On the houses, with the predominant residence of the Russian-speaking population, they wrote in Russian.
    "Do not pay money to Masha.
    And so the apartments will be ours. "
    After others entered
    sayings.
    "Golden hands left, but golden teeth remained."
    Now the Russians, who have not been able to leave, live on beggarly pensions (however, the same as those of other pensioners in Uzbekistan).

    A saying that went in the Soviet era among Russian-speaking Uzbekistan.
    "There were two Russians at the wedding.
    I, yes, Vovka is Korean. "
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      In Kazakhstan, in the north and east, everyone speaks Russian, and Kazakhs speak pure Russian without an accent, especially those who were educated in Soviet schools. I don’t know about pensions for everyone, but I know for sure that my mother worked all her life in construction receives if in rubles then 23800 rubles of pension.
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    Forgot who said ...
    In German you have to fight, in French - to make love, in Italian - to chat with friends, but the Russian language contains the power of German, the flirtation of French, the ease of Italian ...
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      Forgot who said ...

      Yes, and strong. Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov:

      “Karl Fifth, the Roman emperor, used to say that it was decent to speak Spanish with God, French with friends, German with the enemy, Italian with the female sex. But if he was skilled in Russian, he would certainly add to that that it would be proper for them to speak with all of them, for he would have found in him the splendor of Spanish, the liveliness of French, the strength of German, the tenderness of Italian, moreover, the richness and strong brevity of Greek and Latin in the images. "
      There are tons of options:
      I speak Spanish with God, Italian with women, French with men, German with my horses. "
      Karl Fifth may have said something similar, but the options have been different for centuries, and the most famous are based on secondary sources that appeared 40 years after Karl’s death. Options:
      "In Latin with God, in Italian with musicians, in Spanish with ladies, at court in French, in German with footman, in English with my horses."
      “German is the language of war, Spanish is the language of love, Italian is the speaker, French is the nobility,” according to Jerome Fabriz.
      Spanish is spoken to God, Italian is spoken to a good friend, French is the language of affection, German is the language of threat.
      "In Italian with ambassadors, in French with women, in German with soldiers, in English with horses, in Spanish with God."
      "I speak Italian with ambassadors; in French with women; in German with soldiers; in English with horses and in Spanish with God."
      "... in Spanish with God, in Italian with a friend, in French with a friend, in German with soldiers, English for ducks, Hungarian for horses, and Bohemian (Czech) for the devil."
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    Russian Language Day: an occasion to think about the problems of the great and mighty in the post-Soviet space
    reason to think? who will "think" then? USEshniki? From the “drawer” and the radio, clumsy-speaking clumsy sounds are heard, the youth communicates with the help of a mat and an incomprehensible “Albanian”, mixed with English. The Russian language disappears, an adverb remains.
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      Radio

      The Chinese are talking with might and main about their achievements on the radio. And our bolt was hammered into radio stations.
      1. Mylenef 6 June 2020 05: 58 New
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        Some kind of paradox, over Europe, the whole ether is clogged up on dv sv, like with a union in a bus
        Everything was drowned out here, it’s not profitable, you see, why it’s profitable for them, even without advertising
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          on dv sv

          There is no nichrome there. On HF all the air is clogged.
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            And what made you think so?
            Look here, how there is no nichrome
            http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901/
            The radio is in the Netherlands
            1. Mordvin 3 6 June 2020 08: 57 New
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              And what made you think so?

              I wrote an article about broadcasting.
              Quote: Mylenef
              The radio is in the Netherlands

              In the Hrelands. repeat
      2. avia12005 6 June 2020 07: 15 New
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        In 2013-2014, by the decision of D. A. Medvedev, all broadcast HF radio stations in Russian in Russia were closed.
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          And the reason, on what basis is this done?
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            There were no clear explanations. Allegedly unprofitable and outdated equipment, the replacement of which required large sums. We switched to Internet broadcasting, but at the same time all the servers are at the disposal of the adversary. And in case of emergency, when everything is cut down, and the receivers from the batteries will work? So I wrote: Moscow's voice is not heard at all https://topwar.ru/63344-golos-moskvy-sovsem-ne-slyshen-.html
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              "unprofitability and outdated equipment ..."
              It's all rotten excuses, obviously the reason is different
              For some reason, it’s cost-effective for Europeans
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                unprofitability and outdated equipment ... "
                It's all rotten excuses, obviously the reason is different
                For some reason, it’s cost-effective for Europeans

                I wrote an article about this. If you want, look in PM.
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              Is this a supporter of DAM?
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            And the reason, on what basis is this done?

            Expensive. When the Ukrainians scored, our station in Moldova was taken on credit, and began to lash.
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          Does someone listen to the broadcast in the HF band, surrounding radio amateurs? Now the VHF bands are becoming irrelevant - for Internet broadcasting is on the heels, and you are drowning for short-wave ones.
    2. Free wind 6 June 2020 07: 26 New
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      Excuse me . but the Albanian language, with distortions and abbreviations hails from the USSR. Namely, from telegram messages, when each symbol was paid. Hello, it has 12 characters, and priv 4, three times cheaper. Moreover, the Albanian has long faded away, as stories are sometimes written. In computer games, often international teams, well, or threw you to foreigners, communicate in English. Russian language is developing. Let's say the word potato, until the eighties it was considered jargon, potatoes and only potatoes. It's too early to talk about disappearance.
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        In the 70s it was definitely used :)
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        The language is alive and every era has left its slang in it. Some argotisms came and went, while others took root.
    3. Krasnoyarsk 6 June 2020 09: 03 New
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      Quote: Dead Day
      reason to think? who will "think" then? USEshniki? From the “drawer” and the radio, clumsy-speaking clumsy sounds are heard, the youth communicates with the help of a mat and an incomprehensible “Albanian”, mixed with English. The Russian language disappears, an adverb remains.

      You know, and I will argue with you. My granddaughter is still in college. And I decided somehow to test her knowledge of the language. He took the “Hero of Our Time” Lermontov, randomly opened the book and dictated the text to her. Then I checked it with the original. There was one mistake, punctuation. It was necessary to put a comma and a dash in the proposal, she put only a dash.
      My verdict is to find out in which cases a comma and a dash are put and report. The next day was reported. Clear business, - she consulted with the teacher.
      So, in our time, not everyone studied diligently, there were others like me, boobies.
      Same thing now.
      But it’s more difficult for them to keep their language. You look at what is happening around. Everywhere inscriptions in Latin, our technical innovations are called non-Russian names. Everywhere in large print is the Latin alphabet, lower and not always, in small print in Cyrillic.
      1. Alexga 6 June 2020 14: 31 New
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        You look at what is happening around. Everywhere inscriptions in Latin, our technical innovations are called non-Russian names. Everywhere in large print is the Latin alphabet, lower and not always, in small print in Cyrillic.

        We got new UAZ-3163 cars, damn it, who thought of the Russian word PATRIOT in Latin letters ?!
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          We got new UAZ-3163 cars, damn it, who thought of the Russian word PATRIOT in Latin letters ?!

          That's what I'm talking about. It all started with the Moskvich 412
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            We’ve survived, even if you don’t turn on the TV, everywhere Trend and so on and these are the first people of the country. I recall the words of my grandmother, she was born in 1888 and lived in Vilna in 1918, my great-grandfather served there, then the BNR arose and the de-language of the language began. Now there are similar trends.
        2. AU Ivanov. 6 June 2020 15: 40 New
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          The name "Toyota", too, for some reason, in Latin, rather than hieroglyphs.
          The word "Patriot" is not Russian, but ancient Greek and is used in its current meaning in many languages ​​of the world, including Russian.
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          Quote: AlexGa
          You look at what is happening around. Everywhere inscriptions in Latin, our technical innovations are called non-Russian names. Everywhere in large print is the Latin alphabet, lower and not always, in small print in Cyrillic.

          We got new UAZ-3163 cars, damn it, who thought of the Russian word PATRIOT in Latin letters ?!

          Patriot - which is from the Latin Patria, that is, the homeland? laughing
          1. Alexga 6 June 2020 17: 57 New
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            Well then, it was written: patriōta or πατριώτης, but as if it looked like the only Russian passenger car brand repeat
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              πατριώτης - it would look very nice - in the style of the Third Rome! )))
          2. Alexga 6 June 2020 17: 59 New
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            Patriot - which is from the Latin Patria, that is, the homeland? laughing

            Subtle humor, I admit!
  • Mavrikiy 6 June 2020 05: 52 New
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    Russian Language Day: an occasion to think about the problems of the great and mighty in the post-Soviet space
    Rave There is no such problem. We have one problem: IDEOLOGY. Then a clear policy appears. More dough is not politics for the country. There will be politics - language itself will penetrate everywhere. Do the Naguls have problems with the language? France, Spain, China, etc. ...... They don’t have devastation, devastation is in our heads and you help this by pulling an owl on the globe fool
    1. Ross xnumx 6 June 2020 06: 13 New
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      Do the Naguls have problems with the language?

      What kind of “arrogant” problems can there be with English if its Russian “neoplasms” appear every month in Russia? Example:
      Innovation, innovation (English innovation) is an implemented innovation ...

      Apparently there are no new Pushkins or other significant people in Russia that made the world speak Russian.
      Although, the late Mikhail Timofeevich tried: more than 100 million “Russian spelling dictionaries” of 000 mm and 000 mm caliber were sent around the world.
  • 9PA
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    Well, there’s more Vasilyevs, and more churches, and fewer schools, and from the screens of the cinema more often, “You make a fool” and everything will be different
  • Ercog 6 June 2020 06: 14 New
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    Language today is economics, education, intelligence, technology (the notorious sixth technological order), culture. What place Russia occupies in this ranking, such is the language. Its significance. But what can a country located in “yesterday” and “yesterday” say: the nineteenth - the first half of the twentieth century - was magnificent, enchanting (then, in fact, the language became “great and mighty”), the countries of the post-Soviet space, many of which By the way, are on the day before yesterday? We ourselves would get to "today." Therefore, the struggle for the Russian language in countries where migrant workers come from is very similar to the use by the domestic oligarchs of "former glory" in the struggle for resources.
  • avia12005 6 June 2020 06: 53 New
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    The Russian language is humiliated and defeated in the post-Soviet space due to the betrayal of Moscow and the tacit consent of the Russians themselves living in Russia.
    1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 06: 59 New
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      Russian language is humiliated

      Seriously? And in what language are you posting here?
      1. avia12005 6 June 2020 07: 01 New
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        Seriously? And this is not about Russia, but about the post-Soviet space in the article.
        1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 07: 04 New
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          Quote: avia12005
          Seriously? And this is not about Russia, but about the post-Soviet space in the article.

          At least, before scribbling the post, you got acquainted with the statistics in the post-Soviet space regarding the number of RUSSIAN-speaking people.
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            At least, before scribbling a post, you yourself, for example, would have visited Ukraine and become familiar with how the Russians and the Russian language are spread rot there in the silence of Moscow.
            1. NEXUS 6 June 2020 07: 07 New
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              At least, before scribbling a post, you yourself, for example, would have visited Ukraine and become familiar with how the Russians and the Russian language are spread rot there in the silence of Moscow.

              Before scribbling a post, you would first have learned to CAREFULLY read what they write to you. I told you about the RUSSIAN-speaking population, and not about the fact that the Russians are spread rot. LANGUAGE SPEECH.
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                I told you about the language and answered in the post-Soviet space.
                1. Driver 6 June 2020 19: 23 New
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                  Let’s say that Russians in Ukraine are not spread rot from the word at all, since a large half of the population of Ukraine speaks Russian, in Kiev, for sure, the majority. And the Russian language spread rot there are no schools with Russian
    2. Insurgent 6 June 2020 10: 50 New
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      The Russian language is humiliated and defeated in the post-Soviet space due to the betrayal of Moscow


      Quote: NEXUS
      Seriously? And in what language are you posting here?


      I’ll answer for myself, because I myself feel the situation with the Russian language outside of Russia, starting from the moment of the collapse of the USSR.

      The fact that I am a former citizen of “Square” preserved the Russian language as a native language and I can speak it both verbally and in writing,the merits of the Kremlin, NO.

      Rather, the merit of the Soviet school of education, family, the environment of Donbass and my self-identification as Russian ...

      As well as a flaw in the Ukrainian authorities on forced Ukrainization / Banderization.
  • nikvic46 6 June 2020 07: 27 New
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    Somehow we went to a bookstore in Kazakhstan (1986). The young Kazakh complained that there was nothing to choose. We showed him a huge number of books in the Kazakh language. "The translation is not the same," he said. Many have a need to read books in Russian. But to tell the truth, the Russian language disappears from us . Often watch the performances of Russian classics. This is where the real Russian language!
  • Gardamir 6 June 2020 07: 38 New
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    Article Agromic minus. Now it’s time to talk about the Russian language in Russia among the Russians, because the national republics of Russia also want some sort of identification. At least the Russians spoke Russian.
  • Sibguest 6 June 2020 07: 43 New
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    ".... what will happen afterwards, especially if the political vector of Minsk shifts?"
    Excuse me - what the hell is the “political vector of Minsk”?
    What is the vector of “political weather vane” -Lukashenko?
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      What, Luke did harm here too?
  • parusnik 6 June 2020 07: 46 New
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    Alas, today this poem by V.V. Mayakovsky is not relevant today in modern Russia, it is dedicated to the Russian language, here is an excerpt: ... Comrades young men, look at Moscow, look at the Russian ears! Yes, if I were a black man of advanced years, and then, without despondency and laziness, I would have learned Russian only because Lenin spoke to them.
    1. Mordvin 3 6 June 2020 08: 24 New
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      Yes, if I were a black man of advanced years, and then, without despondency and laziness, I would have learned Russian only because Lenin spoke to them.

      In Polish -
      they put out their eyes
      in a tight
      police elephantiasis -
      from where, they say,
      and what is this
      geographic news?
      And without turning
      heads of heads
      and feelings
      no
      without knowing
      take
      without blinking
      passports of the Danes
      and different
      other
      Swedes.
      And suddenly,
      like
      burn
      mouth
      twisted
      mister.
      It
      mister official
      beret
      my
      redskin passport.
      Takes -
      like a bomb
      takes -
      like a hedgehog
      like a razor
      double edged
      beret,
      like explosive
      in 20 stings
      snake
      two-meter high.
      Blinked
      meaningfully
      porter's eye
      though things
      will blow you for free.
      Gendarme
      inquiringly
      looking at the detective
      detective
      on the gendarme.
      What a pleasure
      gendarme caste
      I would be
      whipped and crucified
      for
      what's in my hands
      hammery
      sickly
      Soviet passport.
      I would be a wolf
      gnawed
      bureaucracy.
      To mandates
      no respect.
      To any
      to hell with mothers
      roll around
      any piece of paper.
      But this ...
      Я
      I get
      from wide legs
      duplicate
      priceless cargo.
      Read,
      envy,
      I -
      citizen
      Soviet Union.

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        I get it
        from wide legs
        size
        in a tin can
        look !!!!
        envy !!!
        I am a citizen!!!
        but not
        citizen...
        A joke, inspired by ...
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          Hose duplicate
      2. parusnik 6 June 2020 11: 23 New
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        These are poems ... about a Soviet passport ... And the passage I quoted from a poem to Youth .. he speaks of Russian in it ...
    2. Krasnoyarsk 6 June 2020 09: 17 New
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      Quote: parusnik
      Alas, today this poem by V.V. Mayakovsky is not relevant today in modern Russia, it is dedicated to the Russian language, here is an excerpt: ... Comrades young men, look at Moscow, look at the Russian ears! Yes, if I were a black man of advanced years, and then, without despondency and laziness, I would have learned Russian only because Lenin spoke to them.

      Today Mayakovsky himself is “not relevant”, but a pity.
      I get out of wide leg
      duplicate of priceless cargo
      read, envy!
      I am a citizen of the Soviet Union!
    3. Free wind 6 June 2020 20: 13 New
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      May I be a black man, advanced years. Yes, if I were a Navajo Indian, I would only learn Russian for sending everyone .............. laughing
  • alone 6 June 2020 09: 31 New
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    The Russian language (real, literary) must be taught first to Russian youth, and then to think about the post-Soviet space .. My hair stands on end when I listen to the young generation speak Russian .. It’s necessary not to love your native language
  • orcinus 6 June 2020 11: 09 New
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    The main problem of modern Russia is not liberoids, but cheers-patriots who live with the concepts of "kuzkina mother", Gagarin’s flight and "we can repeat it!". Here in the comments they give arguments a la "... there is no Canadian missile", ".. the best tanks ..", the first PCs were created by ours, but what does all this have to do with it ?! See what is now? A decrease in population growth, global economic problems, and most importantly, a low world reputation rating.
  • Vladimir Mashkov 6 June 2020 11: 16 New
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    First of all, with the holidays - the Day of the Russian language and the birthday of the great Alexander Sergeyevich!
    Secondly, I want to reassure everyone: the Russian language will NEVER die, it, like Russia, is eternal! Although, of course, it is now experiencing certain difficulties and difficulties, which has happened more than once in history.
    And thirdly, I really didn’t like that on this holiday a handful of Russian haters got out again (who, for some reason, exist quite freely in the VO) and started, like usual on any topic, to crap.
  • Yezhov 6 June 2020 11: 29 New
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    The mighty and great Russian language! It can’t be destroyed .. Even the most evil Russophobes, when they hit a finger with a hammer, they automatically turn on the Russian language, etc., etc.)))
  • Yezhov 6 June 2020 11: 39 New
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    Drunk EBN has established this holiday ..When the Russians were expelled for 7 years and genocide all over the former USSR!

    This is a mockery .. I think so. negative
    Soon June 12 is also a celebration of EBN and its constitution (written under the dictation of the State Department) after the execution of the Supreme Council from tanks ..
  • Doctor 6 June 2020 11: 54 New
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    For those who want to know the future of Russia and the Russian language, I recommend Vadim Echeistov’s fantastic story “Without Change” in the “Ural Ranger”.
    The story is small, read until the end, you will not regret it! wink

    https://zen.yandex.ru/media/uralstalker/bez-sdachi-5e4a6b5f11638a2a18c0dfbd
  • seacap 6 June 2020 13: 00 New
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    How can we solve the problem with the Russian language, when our central channel announcers have difficulty explaining in Russian, diluting the speech with English, especially the economic block, and the editors do not even respond to this, which has become the norm. So before starting to promote it in the world, is it not better to start with yourself first, and this is not only about the language?
  • Knell wardenheart 6 June 2020 13: 14 New
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    You are really boiling empty. Can you imagine that, say, the British or the Americans will begin to be oppressed because they will speak less English in Hong Kong or India? They will snuffle at it because they create an English-language product in such a volume that they will use it anyway - both those who like it and those who don't like it. One way or another, English will be taught and used in communication, when it will promise benefits or convenience. We, too, should not worry about what is happening BEYOND OUR BORDERS - there are other countries, other people in power, some with bziki, some without, in general, there is a gap between the games of power and real life and the preferences of people in all countries former USSR. Can a Russian be banned in business circulation - banned - had the right to it? Had . Because the inhabitants of the country chose this power, allow these people to stay in power, work for it - therefore, for them (in the majority) this factor is not critical. And we can’t do anything with it, because another country. However, I repeat once again - where it will be convenient to communicate in Russian, where it will be possible to read content, watch TV shows and interact with relevant media - it will be so, as it will be. All these marshes are too small and sour to be able to boil 100% in their national-cultural juices.
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    I'd like to say - Happy Birthday, and the Kingdom of Heaven, to the favorite of our Azerbaijani people - Alexander Sergeyevich. Thank you for all the beautiful, and for the whole truth.
  • Archon 6 June 2020 13: 54 New
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    almost all computer technologies and programming languages ​​are in English, scientific articles are all in English-language journals or with obligatory translation in English. global business is mainly in English. so why would anyone need to learn Russian?
    although there is interest in the world - to many foreigners the Russian language and Russia seem interesting and exotic.
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      Quote: Archon
      almost all computer technologies and programming languages ​​are in English, scientific articles are all in English-language journals or with obligatory translation in English. global business is mainly in English. so why would anyone need to learn Russian?
      although there is interest in the world - to many foreigners the Russian language and Russia seem interesting and exotic.

      Add more medicine - in the 60s English replaced Latin
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        I attribute medicine to science in general, is published in similar English-language publications. And with the highest impact factor possible.
  • iouris 6 June 2020 14: 31 New
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    Quote: “In the once fraternal Ukraine ...” End of quote.
    "Do not confuse personal wool with the state!" (t. "Saa ... Ah, what a wonderful comrade!")
    We are one, divided by anti-Russian propaganda, people.
  • Vladyak2000 6 June 2020 15: 14 New
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    There is an amendment in defense of the Russian language in the general heap of amendments to the Constitution, which are so persistently drawn into us on all channels. With such a gasp in Bezrukov’s voice, he urges us to vote in favor.
    Can we start with the TV itself, where there are solid “life hacks”, “flash mobs”, and “cashbacks”?
    1. L-39NG 6 June 2020 20: 09 New
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      I do not claim to be able to write Russian without errors, and if I live in Moscow for about five days, I speak without accent. But it doesn’t even surprise me, but simply infuriates me when I read some comments in Russian and even here in VO. How many mistakes, well, it’s God with them, with mistakes, “We all learned a little bit, Something and somehow” - Pushkin. But I can’t understand why specially mowing under stupid, uneducated peasant or woman who do not know the correct Russian language, why distort speech under? So closer to the people? Rotten intelligentsia? But Russia is proud of this old and new intelligentsia. Maybe they swore obscenities, maybe they took the "fen" in their mouths, but it was kileonno, and if they showed their proximity to the "people" it wasn’t a brittle language. Educate and do not bend under the scum! As it was in the "Republic of Skid" with the literature teacher Pavel Ivanovich Arikov "Palvan"
  • Free wind 6 June 2020 20: 28 New
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    The board often shows guardians of the Russian language, with speech defects. What Worth In Wulf. It was impossible to listen without tears. Him to a speech therapist, it was necessary to walk another ten years. Show leading, burry, lisping, whistling, often illiterate. Many are trying to show their involvement in the barracks, using some kind of ending words on hey. Let's say: - it was Russian, it was a nobleman. Well and so on, Sami probably noticed.
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      Although there is a lot of things on my TV, it’s only FIRST from Russian, but it’s not exactly the same as in Russia, there is a difference in programs and advertisements, but NEWS are always the same, for now. I did not mean speech therapy, it happens. There is no fault and no merit of the person in the frame. I had in mind expressions that are slang or local and are not the correct Russian language. In this language you can talk in the middle of the road, with family and friends from a nearby area (with cellmates), but not with the whole of Russia. In Russia, you need to have a single language, the rest can be used for theaters, cinema and other clownery. But in the all-Russian conversation - only the standard Russian language. Or is a native speaker of Russian afraid to seem far from the people? Has it been tamed to be easier since 1917?
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    When, at a minimum, the domestic auto industry will mark the names of cars and dashboards in Russian, then this will be the case. In the meantime, unfortunately, the Russian language is not sufficiently respected.
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    It is necessary to study Russian language archi tightly.
    After all, this is very important for many segments of the population (which, as it were, are not visible). Nevertheless, they have a place to be.
    Moreover. In no case should we allow the loss of the Russian language in our territory. He must be dominant.
    Otherwise, it will be UA.
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    There is no longer any problem; the Russian language is leaving the post-Soviet space after the Soviet way of life.