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Spare the Russian language!

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Negative changes in the language are not as harmless as it may seem at first glance ...


June 6, just on the day of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin’s birthday, in Russia, in accordance with a presidential decree, will be celebrated the “Day of the Russian Language” for the third time.

This in itself is wonderful!

It would be necessary to rejoice and have fun, praise the great and mighty Russian language, and those who created unfading artistic works on it.

But, unfortunately, looking around, you feel far from a festive mood. The state of the mother tongue and the treatment of people is of great concern. Being the leading foundation of the Russian state, the language is constantly experiencing all sorts of "pressure".

Surprisingly easy!

Everybody tries his best to kick, humiliate, spit on the Russian language, as if the enemy was treacherous before him. From the high-ranking important persons who use the camp zone jargon, the thieves of the argo (style layer) to official jobs, to the unemployed loafers, in the morning he spews savory curses.

You will hear and hesitate: do Russians say all this?

I would refer them to the "incomprehensible nationality"!

Neglect of the native Russian language has penetrated everywhere in the “social pores”. There are plenty of examples, really, I don’t know where to start. For a while I was absent in Vologda and, returning, I saw her "with a fresh look." At the entrance from St. Petersburg hung a huge poster, on it - below the belt a woman's body, the inscription in bold letters: "DEFACH SIZE 1".

Nearby is a similar “picture”, but with a different name: “DEFFOCHKI”.

Already in the city, driving through a flax factory, I saw the same “art” in a residential neighborhood.

"Art" is not very tied to the appearance of the old Russian city. Moreover, it caused rejection, outrage. I tried to find out in the mayor's office who are the authors of the “numbers” and “deffochek”? “We can’t do anything,” they told me, “this is a private initiative!” Wow, the owners of the city! They took it and they would ask the residents if they need such “word creation”? To the question why someone who hangs up advertising, distorts the Russian language, he received the answer: "These are their problems."

There was no longer any doubt that the Vologda City Hall did not intend to defend the Russian language. This is for them - "an unbearable burden", not included in the official duties. Hence the corresponding results.

Above the main street, the announcement hung wide-lined: “Vkusmyatina! Hurry up to buy meat processing products. ”

What does this mean? Unclear! Where did the "neologism" come from? In literary Russian, there is the colloquial word “yummy”, which conveys a person’s attitude to food. But in the vocabulary of the native language, take at least all the lexical layers, there is no such word - “taste”. It came up with "PR" with a meat factory. And probably got a good fee. The city authorities allowed to hang their "initiative". And a child going to school in the morning past a billboard will naively think that this is how it should be said, as written on a poster - distorting and changing the words of the native language.

That's exactly what they say. Listen to teenagers on the street! "Pancake" (camp designation of obscene curses), "moron", "caps", between them - the mat on the mat. It seems that children have never heard normal Russian words, do not know about their existence.

Here is a schoolboy down Tekstilshikov Street, and on the kiosk at the shopping center, in the form of back letters, it says: “Coolly refreshing.” And the child remembers the phrase, launches it into his daily life, shares with his comrades. It seems that “slang” refers to beer or kvass, but these words are not on the kiosk.

There are hundreds of similar examples.

Across the street I meet another language masterpiece. Largely displayed on the poster: "Cool!". Where, what, why? Maybe put a pointer indicating the way to prison? Or maybe the fishermen were shown the way to the lake? Neither one nor the other. Just hanging "Cool", read and enjoy. Let me remind you, and this, if I may say so, is a word taken from the prison camp jargon.

It is unlikely that the city authorities are trying to run “ahead of all of Russia,” although at one time he also received a caustic description: “Euro-Vologda” for being addicted to everything foreign. This happens, unfortunately, everywhere - from Vladivostok to Kaliningrad. Therefore, there is an involuntary feeling that a “struggle” is going on against the Russian language, and this is quite a tough one.

Its cynicism is manifested in the fact that the original Russian words are replaced by foreign ones on and without a reason; they are written in Latin letters, willfully change spelling and punctuation, they very often violate the verbal control, because of which it becomes unclear what the person wants to say. Many times such treatment with the native language became the subject of indignation of Russian writers, including the recently passed away modern classic Vasily Ivanovich Belov. About his warnings about this I will say below.

Despite the fair complaints of many cultural figures, the replacement of Russian names with foreign words continues. Where will you find today Berezka cafe, Polyushko shop or Ivushka department store? They are not. But from any "maxi", "shopping", "fitness", "bowling", "pizzeria" and other foreign women just dazzled. In Moscow, especially in the evening, you hardly see the names and advertisements in Russian. Yeah! First Altar provides an example! The feeling that I was in a city that has nothing to do with Russia with its 12 centuries-old history. Personally, I continue to love Moscow, although sometimes I want to shout: "Do they know what they are doing?" I think they know, because with some methodical ignorance they trample down the Russian language.

One of the forms of humiliation of the modern Russian language has become the wide use of abbreviated names of organizations, enterprises, offices, firms, to be more precise - the use of abbreviations. What is going on here - do not describe! “WINSNABVOL”, “UMSPPSChRS” ... In one of the names in Vologda I counted 18 (!) Abbreviations. What do you think BCRS means? It turns out that this is the central district library, a budget institution. And what else is in Russia and private district libraries? There are none! Why, then, need this beech? All kinds of "CC", "TSZH", "TsSM", "PF" and other "literature" flooded the facades of houses and office buildings, firmly included in the everyday speech of citizens.

What we, that is, society, got in the end?

Criminal jargon, mixed with foreign borrowing, flavored with all sorts of cuts, gave rise to a monstrous "newspeak", which, to the great tribulation, speaks most of the inhabitants of Russia. Here are talking like decent men, and listen to their conversation, hair stand on end.

-Bablo there chop up? - asked one.

“If the chip goes down, then we'll pull it,” answered the other.

-What did you load, what is all about kei? - pounded the first.

“Our cabbage is not green,” comrade explained.

So understand: Russian people in front of you or aliens?

To such "aliens" should be attributed a significant part of the officials. When you listen to another leader of the region, you are surprised to find that there are no Russian words in his speech. It is filled with “clusters,” “innovations,” “technoparks,” “corporations,” “brands,” “trends,” and so on. Where is the exit? Apparently, we must do so. To declare: "Governor Ivan Ivanovich Kadkin speaks; the speech of the governor is translated into Russian by the professor of philology Nikolai Arbuzov."

Then the questions, as they say, will disappear.

Strange as it may seem, the “language mode” is dictated by those for whom thorough knowledge of the Russian language is a professional duty. Yes Yes! I mean journalists, writers, actors, other specialists from the cultural sphere. There is no point in talking about a low linguistic culture on television - no one will raise it, but they can still lower it. Take a break from business, listen to at least a few broadcasts on the radio “Russia”, “On Russian Radio”, on “Echo of Moscow” - disregard of the Russian language, the use of slang vocabulary literally filled the air of these radio stations.

Somehow at the entrance to the metro in Moscow I bought a newspaper, on the front page there is a catchy headline: “Expensive”. Since when did the adverb and preposition begin to write together? Are the rules of the Russian language already canceled? Similar errors in various publications - the sea. Or are there no proofreaders in the editorial? It is possible and such. But who makes, for example, the staff of the magazine “Russian North” (Vologda) invent phraseological units: “In the middle of 2000-s, the Vologda region covered“ brand fever ”: almost all districts of the region began to think about what to lure tourists to themselves .. . " It is unlikely that employees understand the meaning of their phraseological unit. Let me remind you that the word “brand” (eng.) Originally meant a tag on the neck of a bull in a herd, and fever - an abnormal internal overheating of the body in acute diseases, especially infectious. That is, the idiom does not matter, he is absurd. The desire to come up with such “innovations” and replicate in large numbers, without a doubt, an “infectious disease” requiring urgent treatment. At one of the conferences held in Vologda, they agreed to the point that they began to use the expression “branding of territories”. In both!

Truly, living in modern Russia, you should carry a dictionary of foreign words in your pocket, otherwise you will not understand or get lost. Someone, perhaps, my fears will seem to be in vain: they say, nothing terrible happens, the Russian language will clean itself of foam. Deep delusion! How at one time the formula “the market itself would put everything in its place” was a delusion. He did not set anything up! Therefore, the anxiety for the Russian language, which lived in the soul of Vasily Ivanovich Belov, is close and clear to me. He rightly believed that the state of the language is connected with the level of the general culture, the popular morality in general. The general culture falls - there are sad changes in language. They are also interconnected with the world of the Russian village, which has been intensively destroyed in recent years.

Negative changes in the language are not as harmless as it may seem at first glance. The use of jargon, harsh and abusive words gives rise to many aggressiveness, anger, a tendency to insults. “People are taught to think and feel in a new way, that is, not Christianly and not Russian, but democratically,” said Vasily Belov. “This is hidden cynicism, secret bluffing, it will not lead to any good.”

On the warning of the great writer do not forget.

Day of the Russian language can really become a real holiday for people of different nationalities in Russia. Because the love of language unites and brings together. It should be marked widely, in a big way, and not in a hurry, not on duty. To make this a reality, everyone needs to make an effort.
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  1. Vanek
    Vanek 6 June 2013 08: 14
    24
    No, polite people have not disappeared.
    Still found on the path of life.
    They sent me so politely recently
    What was inconvenient was not to go.
    1. Atlon
      Atlon 6 June 2013 11: 04
      25
      Quote: Vanek
      No, polite people have not disappeared.

      To develop and adopt a law on the protection of the Russian language. In it to register:
      1. PROHIBITED to use the Latin alphabet, on billboards, in titles, etc. An exception can only be a registered trademark, such as: "Windows"
      2. A PROHIBITION on the use of transliteration (spelling foreign words in Russian letters), for example, "Russian Limited Trading Corporation"
      3. The ban on the use of foreign words, if there are synonyms in the Russian language, for example: creative = creative, etc.
      4. Introduce administrative penalties for violations.
      5. Introduce strict censorship in the media.
      1. Gari
        Gari 6 June 2013 11: 13
        38
        Quote: Atlon
        To develop and adopt a law on the protection of the Russian language. In it to register:
        1. PROHIBITED to use the Latin alphabet, on billboards, in titles, etc. An exception can only be a registered trademark, such as: "Windows"
        2. A PROHIBITION on the use of transliteration (spelling foreign words in Russian letters), for example, "Russian Limited Trading Corporation"
        3. The ban on the use of foreign words, if there are synonyms in the Russian language, for example: creative = creative, etc.
        4. Introduce administrative penalties for violations.
        5. Introduce strict censorship in the media.


        Words by I.S. Turgenev is more relevant today than ever
        1. crazyrom
          crazyrom 7 June 2013 05: 14
          0
          It is high time to adopt a law so that any public signs, advertisements and so on must follow the rules of the Russian language. If not, a fine of 500 minimum wages per day. All "deffochki" will instantly disappear, and the treasury will probably be replenished.
      2. tixon444
        tixon444 6 June 2013 11: 54
        +6
        Quote: Atlon
        To develop and adopt a law on the protection of the Russian language


        There is a law, N 53-FZ "On the state language of the Russian Federation", but it does not work, like many other laws. Because those who are obliged to observe them are busy with other issues, and the turn has not yet reached the implementation of the law on the Russian language. Well, when it comes, it might be too late.
      3. a
        a 6 June 2013 12: 01
        +5
        Quote: Atlon
        1. PROHIBITED to use the Latin alphabet, on billboards, in titles, etc. An exception can only be a registered trademark, such as: "Windows"


        the law on advertising has long been spelled out. another thing is how to follow this

        Quote: Atlon
        3. The ban on the use of foreign words, if there are synonyms in the Russian language, for example: creative = creative, etc.


        and here our television media are "ahead of the rest." Especially the first channel.


        Quote: Atlon
        4. Introduce administrative penalties for violations


        Punishments are usually prescribed in the Civil Code. directly on this subject I do not know if they are. but if by law, for example, it is forbidden to write advertising in Latin letters, then in theory the law should also prescribe a punishment for this violation.

        Quote: Atlon
        5. Introduce strict censorship in the media.


        but this is not worth doing. prohibitive measures cannot fix anything. need to educate people accordingly.
        1. COBOK
          COBOK 6 June 2013 23: 59
          0
          about the 5th point: oh? we lived without censorship and how do you like without prohibitive measures? it turns out to fix something?
      4. Ezhaak
        Ezhaak 6 June 2013 12: 22
        +1
        Quote: Atlon
        The ban on the use of foreign words, if there are synonyms in the Russian language, for example: creative = creative, etc.

        It was, it was. Failed with great success. There was a huge number of jugglers who have drawn into the controversy about modern "implementations" long-standing words. On this, everything burst with joy for the pests.
      5. bezumnyiPIT
        bezumnyiPIT 6 June 2013 13: 40
        +5
        And why do you, comrade in Latin ????
        1. tixon444
          tixon444 6 June 2013 14: 24
          +1
          Quote: bezumnyiPIT
          And why do you, comrade in Latin ????


          Fair. I suggest everyone to switch to Cyrillic. I went drinks
        2. Atlon
          Atlon 6 June 2013 15: 51
          +2
          Quote: bezumnyiPIT
          And why do you, comrade in Latin ????

          This nickname is at least 15 years old ... In addition, it is also an e-mail address (by the way, it was from the "soap" that this nickname went). It would be in Cyrillic if it was possible to register an e-mail in Cyrillic. But how it happened, it happened. This nickname, on some resources has become a "brand", so it's too late to change it ...
          1. Hon
            Hon 10 June 2013 17: 01
            +1
            A good half of the words in Russian are borrowed, first from Terek languages, then from European, etc. The compilation of names from several abbreviated words reached its zenith (comes from other Greek ἀπόγειος “directed from the ground”, from ἀπο- “from-” + γῆ (other forms γέα, γαῖα) “land”.) In Soviet times. Throughout history, the Russian language has changed and transformed, many of the words used now had a different pronunciation, sometimes a different meaning. Offer to go directly to the Old Slavonic.
      6. 755962
        755962 6 June 2013 15: 25
        +6
        Quote: Atlon
        The ban on the use of foreign words, if there are synonyms in the Russian language, for example: creative = creative, etc.
      7. FC SKIF
        FC SKIF 6 June 2013 16: 56
        +1
        You write a comment or article in Word which, and in case of an error, the word is underlined in red. Conveniently, I do not argue, only this does not lead to an increase in knowledge of Russian. lang Or the T9 function on the phone is the same. It is necessary that even when typing on the keyboard, even in a gadget which, in case of errors, the text does not send and dumb without prompts, otherwise the author will write everything soon.
      8. COBOK
        COBOK 6 June 2013 23: 57
        0
        Censorship !!! and all
      9. Hon
        Hon 10 June 2013 16: 48
        0
        In Ukraine, they suffered from such garbage, only they extorted the Russian language. As a result, the syringe became their sprinkler laughing
    2. Saburov
      Saburov 6 June 2013 11: 42
      10
      Like two years ago, one director of the company delivered me low-quality equipment, and demanded money as a working one, and of course I sent it to ... directly and without shying from censorship, and since he couldn’t do anything, he filed for me court for insulting a person, as a result, a bottle of vodka drunk with another philologist and a court decision: This was not an insult, but only an indication of the direction of movement.
      PS Long live the great and mighty!
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  2. Dimy4
    Dimy4 6 June 2013 08: 18
    13
    Judging by the visiting Moscow "guests" in our Kostroma province, one gets the impression that it is already considered bad form to speak normal Russian. That language, the language spoken by the "guests" is filled with both distorted Russian and distorted foreign words, you cannot call Russian in any way - this is the language of the state, which this category of people calls contemptuously "Rashka". The age of these "gentlemen" is 33-40 years old.
    1. GreatRussia
      GreatRussia 6 June 2013 08: 24
      11
      Quote: Dimy4
      Judging by the visiting Moscow "guests" in our Kostroma outback ...

      Judging by the number of visiting far from Russian "guests" in Moscow and their non-Russian language, you are incredibly lucky in your outback. )))


      Quote: Dimy4
      Judging by the visiting Moscow "guests" in our Kostroma province, one gets the impression that it is already considered bad form to speak normal Russian. That language, the language spoken by the "guests" is filled with both distorted Russian and distorted foreign words, you cannot call Russian in any way - this is the language of the state, which this category of people calls contemptuously "Rashka". The age of these "gentlemen" is 33-40 years old.

      Where does the normal Russian language come from in Moscow, if:

      1. Dimy4
        Dimy4 6 June 2013 08: 50
        +1
        This "luck" serves as an indicator of the region's economy.
      2. dropout
        dropout 6 June 2013 11: 52
        +1
        There are more Azeris in Moscow than in Baku.
      3. Melchakov
        Melchakov 6 June 2013 13: 46
        +1
        Quote: GreatRussia
        if a:

        And you can do something more serious, because I, as a person who often visits Stolny Grad, and who has two families of relatives living in Moscow like this ... the picture is not impressive, to put it mildly.
    2. brr7710
      brr7710 6 June 2013 17: 55
      0
      Quote: Dimy4
      .... That language, the language spoken by the "guests" is filled with both distorted Russian and distorted foreign words, you cannot call Russian in any way - this is the language of the state, which this category of people calls contemptuously "Rashka". The age of these "gentlemen" is 33-40 years old.


      Of course, I’m a little more than 30, but I’m trying to express myself in the attractive Russian language.
      1. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker 6 June 2013 19: 43
        +5
        Quote: brr7710
        Of course, I’m a little more than 30, but I’m trying to express myself in the attractive Russian language.

        The problem of modern Native language has always existed.
        As our ancestors explained in the 15th century, they did not speak in Peter's times - too much "foreign" was brought in and brought in.
        We will never speak the language of a hundred years ago - the words "sir", "madam" have disappeared from everyday life.
        Today, thanks to the "widened" borders and freedom of communication on the World Wide Web, the Russian SPEAKING language will undergo certain changes.
        But.
        The rules of grammar, spelling have not been canceled. The base is laid in high school. With what language the lad, the girl leaves school, with that they will go through life. Unless they change their habitat and communication.
        1. Astrey
          Astrey 6 June 2013 23: 06
          +1
          The trouble is that with natural changes, programmed neologisms are added to us.

          If we know the correct sound / spelling of a word, then - the idea of ​​NLP - with a distortion of the Russian word - we perceive the flow of incorrectness as a general tendency to distort our life, understanding its basic principles - conscience, justice, honor, elementary decency in the end.

          I remember how Newspeak appeared, a sweet children's fairy tale "Stories in the King's House", a song from it about a sleeping knight and his lame horse. Mention of Blaneda and Abelzin ... The element of a cute fairy tale has turned into a tool of the industry for self-abolition of millions of free people.

          With what rapture the young people are being thrown by NLPaesh naologisms - they are directly courtship courtship ... Flirting with elements of the ugliness of the psyche. It's a pity.

          By the way, with such "courtship" boys (uchi-ways) always lose. Men do not have a separate speech center in the brain, so they are more deviant than women. And women - the keepers of the hearth, clan, speech - at a subconscious level manage to recklessly saturate intonations with emotions, pronouncing even phrases similar in number of signs (but not sounds). What to do - women move faster and morally stronger - this is the constitution. They conjure.

          In this game way, we will gradually transform each other into yourself formulate that ...

          Sincerely sorry for the language, and whether to spare its speakers is a private matter for everyone.
  3. xetai9977
    xetai9977 6 June 2013 08: 20
    19
    This is the misfortune of the entire post-Soviet society. The names of shops, hotels, residential complexes .. everything is in a foreign way. And I must admit, we are to blame first of all. What, an evil uncle from across the ocean writes these words? There is no need to go far for an example. Just follow the vocabulary of at least this site ... You need to start with yourself.
    1. baltika-18
      baltika-18 6 June 2013 09: 07
      +9
      Quote: xetai9977
      . And I must admit, we are guilty first of all.

      Here you are not quite right. There is a purposeful linguistic aggression, the main purpose of which is to distort the language, which is the main identifier of the nation. Everything that happens in education, the introduction of foreign expressions and words, prison jargon with the complete connivance of the authorities and the Russian Language Institute, are links one chain. The goal is one, globalization, to change the language as much as possible, so that in another 30-40 years a person would completely lose their national landmarks. For language is the basis of self-consciousness, one of the main identifiers of the nation. Plus, he raised the very correct topic. And so
      Quote: Grigorich 1962
      .in general, it is necessary to save the Russian language, so not a favorite subject at school .... but so necessary for us as a Great nation.
      1. sams
        sams 6 June 2013 09: 59
        +3
        Quote: baltika-18
        There is a targeted linguistic aggression, the main purpose of which is to distort the language, which is the main identifier of the nation. Everything that happens in education, the introduction of foreign expressions and words, prison jargon with the complete connivance of the authorities and the Institute of the Russian language, are links in one chain.

        "Scientists whose specialization is the Russian language itself make a worthy contribution to today's bacchanalia of the destruction of Russian culture ...
        But there is a much more dangerous phenomenon. This is a camouflaged attack on the Russian language by those scientists who, according to their status, should oppose such attacks. Especially dangerous are such attacks from those linguists who are presented in the media as guardians of the Russian language ... "
        Not Russian philologists of the Russian language http://www.wakeupnow.info/index.php/chief-menu-education/915-ne-russkie-filologi
        -russkogo-yazyka

        Quote: baltika-18
        There is only one goal, globalization, to change the language as much as possible so that in another 30-40 years a person would completely lose his national landmarks. For language is the basis of self-consciousness, one of the main identifiers of a nation.

        Here is a brief summary of the case:
        http://pleskov.com/?p=4957
      2. a
        a 6 June 2013 15: 39
        +4
        Quote: baltika-18
        There is a purposeful linguistic aggression, the main purpose of which is to distort the language, which is the main identifier of the nation.


        no need to blame everything from a sore head to a healthy one. why what, but it's better not to talk about linguistic aggression. for one simple reason, it is not. always, in all ages, there has been an exchange of cultures. including linguistic. in many languages, not only in Russian, there are foreign words. for example, you used the word "linguistic" in your text. the word is not Russian. is of Latin origin. what prevented you from writing "linguistic aggression" if you are such a champion of the purity of the Russian language? by the way, aggression is also a word of Latin origin. but the word "jargon" has French roots. the word "identifier" is also not Russian in origin.
        so is it worth it to blame the mirror if erysipelas crooked ??
    2. Curculum
      Curculum 6 June 2013 10: 30
      +5
      Quote: xetai9977
      This is the misfortune of all post-Soviet society. The names of shops, hotels, residential complexes .. everything is in a foreign way

      + In the Russian Federation, this is not just a misfortune, I consider it a crime of the "not paying taxes" level. This must be dealt with LEGALLY, and the violation must be punished properly.
      Otherwise, many, even on this site, are already proud of their elementary grammatical illiteracy, citing excuses like "as I hear, so I write" and "when there is nothing to say, they cling to spelling."
      1. Dimy4
        Dimy4 6 June 2013 10: 46
        +3
        Exactly, it is necessary to introduce a tax on signboards with import letters, businessmen are able to count denyuzhki, signboards in one fell swoop in the Cyrillic alphabet. And I already wrote why LADA and not LADA?
        1. 3 inches.
          3 inches. 6 June 2013 16: 21
          +1
          because fret export name. well could not translate the word Lada. this is not an example.
        2. Colonel
          Colonel 6 June 2013 17: 10
          0
          Because, why, at UAZ Patriot, not Patriot
      2. bezumnyiPIT
        bezumnyiPIT 6 June 2013 13: 52
        0
        Quote: Kurkul
        Quote: xetai9977
        This is the misfortune of all post-Soviet society. The names of shops, hotels, residential complexes .. everything is in a foreign way

        + In the Russian Federation, this is not just a misfortune, I consider it a level crime "no payment taxes. "This must be fought LEGALLY, and the violation must be punished properly.
        Otherwise, many, even on this site, are already proud of their elementary grammatical illiteracy, giving excuses type "as I hear - so I write" and "when there is nothing to say - they cling to the spelling".


        Sir, do not be fooled)))
        1. Curculum
          Curculum 6 June 2013 17: 18
          0
          Quote: bezumnyiPIT
          Sir, do not be fooled)))

          Gracious, what not to do?
          If in the first case - I agree (automatically pressed the "space"), then in the second: why did you not like the spelling of the word "type" in the corresponding case?
      3. poquello
        poquello 6 June 2013 23: 07
        +1
        “In the Russian Federation, this is not just a misfortune, I consider it a crime of the level of“ not paying taxes. ”This must be fought LEGALLY, and the violation must be punished properly.
        Otherwise, many, even on this site, are already proud of their elementary grammatical illiteracy, citing excuses like "as I hear, so I write" and "when there is nothing to say, they cling to spelling."

        Oh well! In Soviet newspapers they poured shit on the songs of "Time Machine" for "as I hear so I sing." In the Russian language, for a very long time, the number of foreign words is simply enormous and they are all digested and go for the future. IMHO what are you talking to me? If you want to speak classical Russian - say I don’t forbid you. The Russian language has always changed and changed over the centuries and has not gone anywhere from this.
        1. Curculum
          Curculum 7 June 2013 07: 33
          0
          Quote: poquello
          IMHO that you molested me?

          Didn't you notice that the quote you quoted refers to "xetai9977"?
          Nevertheless,
          Quote: poquello
          In Soviet newspapers they poured shit on the songs of "Time Machine" for "as I hear so I sing."

          I didn't remember this, but an article in Komsomolskaya Pravda (it seems) about the song "Pivot" in the first half of the 80s - I remember and could not understand then where Makarevich had expressed his oath to choose the "communist path", but admitted that he had violated it:
          "We gave our word -
          Do not go out of the way,
          But it is so destined. "
          But what does the above have to do with
          Quote: poquello
          In the Russian language for a very long time the number of other people's words is simply huge and they are all digested and go on for future use.

          - a mystery to me.
          Quote: poquello
          If you want to speak classical Russian - speak, I don’t forbid you.

          Nobody will ask permission, but the point is not in the "classics", but in something else - is it really not clear? Then I quote from the article: "At the entrance from St. Petersburg there was a huge poster, on it - below the waist of a woman's body, the inscription in bold letters:" BABY SIZE 1 "".
          Quote: poquello
          The Russian language is changing and has always changed over the centuries and has not gone anywhere.

          Moreover, many foreign words borrowed by the Russian language in the distant past are so learned by them that their origin is detected only with the help of etymological analysis. But this is not about that ...
  4. Grigorich 1962
    Grigorich 1962 6 June 2013 08: 21
    +8
    Yes, there is a problem! It turns out there is a rich Russian language, but we do not speak it. Communication on social networks of the Internet completely kills the Russian language in its linguistic version. A certain slang form of language appeared that was understandable to a certain category of citizens, while others I can only guess the meaning of the speaker .... and it’s not at all funny here ... because young people .... our future is primarily carriers of slang shades, representing an abbreviated name of Russian words mixed with English-interte terminology.
    I myself thought about it more than once and came to some conclusion .... I won’t say that this is the main reason, but one of ..... well, in my opinion, the reason for the erosion of the Russian language is that the intelligentsia has always been its right carrier ... Russian then the Soviet people .... and now what ... look ... you will not find an intellectual in the afternoon with fire ..... in general, you need to save the Russian language, so it's not a favorite subject at school .... but so necessary for us as a Great nation.
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  6. pinecone
    pinecone 6 June 2013 08: 29
    +7
    Everything is correct. There are signs of ideological occupation of the country.
    It remains only to clarify that the English word brand it means not a tag, but a burnt mark, a brand on cattle.
  7. Kostya pedestrian
    Kostya pedestrian 6 June 2013 08: 37
    +4
    Vain work - no, you will not understand them, -
    The more liberal, the more vulgar,
    Civilization is a fetish for them,
    But their idea is not available to them.

    As you bow down before her, gentlemen,
    You do not get recognition from Europe:
    In her eyes, you will always
    They are not servants of enlightenment, but servants.

    Fedor Tyutchev - verses, and this is Lenin about the language:
    Paying particular attention to the national question, Lenin emphasized the role of language in the process of nation-building. Nations arise only under capitalism, when economic cohesion of the territory takes place, national (and international) ties are strengthened, and for this “state cohesion of the territories with a population speaking the same language is necessary, while removing any obstacles to the development of this language and fixing it in literature” ( t. 25, p. 258).
  8. stalkerwalker
    stalkerwalker 6 June 2013 08: 39
    10
    The problem, at least, begins in elementary school.
    In recent decades, such a subject as SPELLING has completely disappeared from the program.
    As a result, it is impossible to find a schoolboy, student, youth with a beautiful, correct handwriting today, because ballpoint and gel pens in the fragile hands of children do not contribute to writing correct and beautiful letters.
    As a result, today all school essays are prepared on a computer (about the magic Word, with a built-in dictionary for instant validation printed text!) are printed on the printer.
    So the relationship is direct and definite.
    hi
    1. ale-x
      ale-x 6 June 2013 09: 03
      +4
      Oh, how few teachers nowadays agree to read a work written by a child by hand. This "rule" is - to hand over abstracts, reports, printed on printers.
      1. Gari
        Gari 6 June 2013 10: 22
        +7
        Quote: ale-x
        This "rule" is - to hand over abstracts, reports, printed on printers.

        Great mighty native Russian language!
        And how much we wrote, wrote down notebooks to holes: dictations, compositions, read from Pushkin, Lermontov and to Gorky, Yesenin, but they were well-read and competent, and well-educated, could not teach these books bad
    2. tan0472
      tan0472 6 June 2013 09: 18
      +6
      Quote: stalkerwalker
      As a result, all school essays today are prepared on a computer (about the magic Word, with a built-in dictionary for instantly checking the correctness of the printed text!) Are printed on the printer.

      And in the future they will enter text by voice. There will be new complaints that they can’t even print ...
      1. dropout
        dropout 6 June 2013 12: 01
        0
        I don’t know the truth, but I heard that in Kazakhstan the president banned advertising in foreign languages. All advertising is only in Kazakh and Russian. Enlighten whether this is true.
  9. Baton
    Baton 6 June 2013 08: 56
    -2
    And what do you want when the CAM says to the whole world: "... to soak in the toilet ...", who after that will try to use the normal, human Russian language.
    1. Curculum
      Curculum 6 June 2013 11: 10
      +4
      Quote: Baton
      "... get wet in the toilet ...

      Those, about whom it was a question, can, of course, and "dry in the toilet" - is not an option?
      1. Baton
        Baton 6 June 2013 12: 14
        0
        The conversation is not about who the words were addressed to, but in what form, if we are talking about the purity of the language. Moreover, there are so-called "public figures" who should not allow themselves such liberties.
        1. Curculum
          Curculum 6 June 2013 12: 32
          +2
          Quote: Baton
          Moreover, there are so-called "public figures" who should not allow themselves such liberties.

          I agree, of course. But sometimes, very rarely and in exceptional cases - this is even necessary, "sometimes the gods come down to earth."
          1. Baton
            Baton 6 June 2013 14: 40
            +2
            Allow me, nevertheless, to disagree with you. There should be no exceptions. To paraphrase a well-known saying, we can say: "What is allowed to the bull is not allowed to Jupiter."
            1. Curculum
              Curculum 6 June 2013 18: 12
              0
              Quote: Baton
              There should be no exceptions.

              "Quot homines, tot sententiae" ("How many heads, so many minds") - without paraphrasing. hi
    2. builder
      builder 6 June 2013 12: 25
      +3
      About the terrorists (
      Hence, excuse me, we’ll catch in the toilet, we’ll soak them in the toilet ...
      ) you can say better. Personally, I am more enraged by such words from TV as "roll over", etc. I am fine with professional slang.
  10. Orik
    Orik 6 June 2013 08: 58
    +6
    The emasculation of the Russian language is one of the bricks of cultural destruction. The goal is to turn the Russian people into Ivanes who do not remember kinship.
  11. cartridge
    cartridge 6 June 2013 09: 22
    +8
    For advertisements distorting the Russian language, for the first time, introduce a fine in the amount of the advertiser's quarterly income. If it happens again, then a fine of annual profit. Well, if they are completely stupid, then for the third time close the shop. I am sure that the first fine will be more than enough.
  12. The gentleman
    The gentleman 6 June 2013 09: 32
    0
    the author, of course, well done. raised the topic of the language that millions of people speak. but then there is a question for those who demand that all visitors from abroad are required to pass an exam in the Russian language. Why demand if you don’t know yours? take a student from any school and test his knowledge of the language. I’m afraid to turn gray. This is not an idle talk, these are the words of those who were in Russia, whose children grow up in Russia. I remember in my lifetime when I was preparing for university, a delegation of teachers from the Russian Federation came, also laughed at us, said that the Russian language here (in Uzbekistan) is very easy. but when they showed them tests for entering a university and asked to solve 36 questions in Russian and literature, the result was completely different — they They couldn’t answer correctly within an hour. And they asked a question, do applicants really solve these questions? These questions are a program for philological areas of senior courses and magistracy ...
    P.S. I don’t say that everyone knows the Russian language, but they learn a lot. Besides, you don’t have to talk about such situations in articles, but make them learn and know!
  13. Asgard
    Asgard 6 June 2013 09: 33
    +7
    Well, not everything is so bad ....

    I will say this .....- all languages ​​are descended from one, and I assure you, and pretty soon, everyone will speak the same language.
    Apparently, this will be Russian)))
    Russian Language is a "living substance", and in order to protect itself it transforms "carriers", that is, you and me, this in turn makes us cruel, smart, cunning and mean in relation to other "ethnic groups" and they have "chances" begin to hide every day ...
    Probably heard such a turn - The battlefield ..., someone thinks that there People fought with swords?
    NO, there People scolded !!!
    My grandfather told me that during the war, under the Jewish commissars))) Russian people stood up to the attack with a call-FOR THE MOTHERLAND !, FOR STALIN! and often the attacks were choked ....
    But when they said - fuck your mother !!)) IS ALWAYS the battle was scrapped and it doesn’t matter how many RUSSIANS there were - It always was VICTORY!

    So do not whine and scourge yourself, to belittle the Language of Russian-He is sure to outlive us ....
    Language is PEOPLE (its ancient meaning)) We are with you-PAGINS-We are the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE.
    We can change the "rules" to survive and punish those who speak differently ....

    nothing to be afraid of ....
    It is necessary for the rest to fear us with you))))

    P \ S Go back to the beginning of the discussion and read the poem from Ivan (a purely Russian guy))
    from the heart a man wrote))))
    1. baltika-18
      baltika-18 6 June 2013 09: 50
      +2
      Quote: Asgard
      I will say this .....- all languages ​​are descended from one, and I assure you, and pretty soon, everyone will speak the same language.
      Apparently, this will be Russian)))

      Vladimir, I agree. I’ll add that people were once taught to speak, and those who taught the first people to speak spoke the modern Russian literary language. But since everyone was different and had different cognitive abilities, different development of the speech apparatus, it turned out different pronunciation in people, they were divided and giving primary skills provided an opportunity to develop independently, naturally observing your creation.
  14. Armata
    Armata 6 June 2013 09: 51
    23
    Guys, hello everyone. Yesterday I read a letter from a captured German who worked in Sverdlovsk on construction sites. This is a rather free translation, since I do not know German well enough. "Hello dear Analisa. I am once again convinced that behind the back of every Russian there is a mighty angel. Their eyes are crystal clear, where coldness to enemies is mixed with honor and nobility. They go to death with a smile for the happiness of the one who is next to him, his children and grandchildren. I have not seen a more honest nation. When the wind blows towards a meeting, they have legs like trees, they are ready to dig into the ground so as not to retreat. fair wind they grow wings, and on these wings they are ready to fly around the whole world. No one can defeat this people. It is not for nothing that this country was called Hyperborea (the country where the wind does not reach). Children bring us potatoes and bread, although yesterday we killed their fathers . When I wanted to give the boy the watch that remained from my grandfather, he said thank you I have from my dad who died. In his eyes I did not see anger, hatred and contempt for me. Why is this war necessary? Who needs it? there is hope that after it ends and you are alive we will go to Sverdlovsk. " I repeat once again that this is not literal, but due to the understanding of their language.
    1. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 6 June 2013 10: 39
      +4
      Quote: Mechanic
      Hello guys.

      And good health to you.
      And they are trying to instill in us a massive American culture.
      You turn on the TV and think, and in which country?
      1. Armata
        Armata 6 June 2013 10: 49
        +5
        Quote: saturn.mmm
        And they are trying to instill in us a massive American culture.
        You turn on the TV and think, and in which country?
        I will clarify. do not try, but instilled. Yesterday I asked the little one if he knew what book was used for the Amerov film "War of the Worlds". I was amazed at my wife's answer. "What else can you make him read this book?" He waved his hand and went into another room.
        1. Curculum
          Curculum 6 June 2013 11: 40
          +3
          Quote: Mechanic
          He waved his hand and went into another room.

          Sorry, but you didn’t do this to your wife’s emotional question, in my opinion. The more often we dismiss and the less demanding, the more "in the scoreboard" we will get in the future.
        2. Misantrop
          Misantrop 6 June 2013 11: 45
          +5
          Quote: Mechanic
          "What else can you make him read this book?"

          It is sad that reading fiction from the pleasure of the young generation goes into the category of almost punishment ... sad
          1. Armata
            Armata 6 June 2013 11: 52
            +6
            Quote: Kurkul
            Sorry, but you didn’t do this to your wife’s emotional question, in my opinion. The more often we dismiss and the less demanding, the more "in the scoreboard" we will get in the future.
            Honestly tired of fighting. The eldest is my upbringing, and then suddenly, instead of a girl, a boy was born. Well then, understand for yourself how his grandmothers and mother raise him.
            Quote: Misantrop
            It is sad that reading fiction from the pleasure of the young generation goes into the category of almost punishment ...
            You are right, that’s right. Read 6 pages is a punishment. it’s easier for them to sit in the COP and GTA on the Internet than to take a book and read it.
            1. Curculum
              Curculum 6 June 2013 12: 38
              +2
              Quote: Mechanic
              and then suddenly instead of a girl, a boy was born. Well then, understand for yourself how his grandmothers and mother raise him.

              + Got it! Once again - I'm sorry. drinks
            2. Misantrop
              Misantrop 6 June 2013 12: 52
              +5
              Quote: Mechanic
              Read 6 pages is a punishment. it’s easier for them to sit in the COP and GTA on the Internet than to take a book and read it.

              I at one time did not limit my son in communicating with this box. On the contrary, I tried to show that you can not only play with him. Now the son is downloading new books from the Internet (buying on paper is very expensive, and you run into it). And by profession he is a programmer
              1. Curculum
                Curculum 6 June 2013 13: 17
                +3
                Quote: Misantrop
                I at one time did not limit my son in communicating with this box.

                + A similar example with my grandson about 3 years ago: he sat down at my laptop and kept asking me to find a cartoon in a search engine. Soon I got tired of it, and I told him: "If you want to look, learn the letters and learn to read." A month later, without any cramming and nerves with his parents, the grandson himself typed the initial letters in a search engine and read the names. Now, at 7,5, he reads almost fluently with punctuation marks. I think that the experience is positive, the main thing is the "dosage" and some control (otherwise there is not much to "climb").
          2. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 6 June 2013 13: 41
            +6
            Quote: Misantrop
            It is sad that reading fiction from the pleasure of the young generation goes into the category of almost punishment ...

            I, too, at school only read "War and Peace" by AN Tolstoy with pleasure, this is where the battle scenes are described. I read the rest of the Russian classics (especially Dostoevsky) "through force" - but what to do if Chekhov, Turgenev, Bunin, and other PILLARS of Russian literature are given in the literature program?
            And I read I. Bunin with great pleasure even now, especially his "Cursed Days".
            I.S.Turgenev is generally incomparable - "Bezhin Meadow", "Notes of a Hunter" is just a storehouse of beauty of the Russian language.
  15. dark_65
    dark_65 6 June 2013 09: 52
    +2
    Well, yes, no one knows the Russian (native) language, but everyone is very competently worried .. School, polishing, ... other vorogov are to blame ..
    And we ourselves? Look after the children? Know what they read?
    We ourselves, or weak?
  16. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 6 June 2013 09: 55
    +7
    How I spent this summer is a good example, everyone is well known. Leading, even central channels and radio stations - they would not have been allowed close to the air in Soviet times. The bandits who came to power brought, and the sneakers picked up and propagated thieves slang. Works for students are considered an overwhelming burden at the current level of education. The Russian language must be saved at the state level. Of course, he is great and mighty, but the Roman Empire was also the same once ...
  17. Gardamir
    Gardamir 6 June 2013 10: 11
    +9
    Sometimes an impression is made. that Russian words forbid. Where did the word volunteer go? But now all the volunteers.
  18. creak
    creak 6 June 2013 10: 12
    +3
    In some cases, foreign experience, in particular, French, is useful. I have in mind their law on the protection of the French language, which prohibits the use of borrowed words instead of French words (first of all, Anglicisms). And what is very important - this law is strictly observed.
    Unfortunately, the urge to use borrowing was not born yesterday. Remember at least the expression "a mixture of French and Nizhny Novgorod" that was used before, which was used to explain people who did not really know either literary Russian or foreign languages.
  19. bddrus
    bddrus 6 June 2013 10: 19
    +1
    the author essentially retold the ancient issue of Jumble on the same topic.
    But he's right. I'm really more annoyed by the use of inappropriate foreign words on radio and television - like "today we will play two tickets for openair", "with my boyfriend", "N university campus", "cool man", etc.
    And about PANCAKE and COOL - I doubt something, there and other words wonderfully decipher - then "champagne" will also turn into a camp.
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 6 June 2013 11: 47
      +2
      Quote: bddrus
      "with my boyfriend"

      Well, to say on the air that it’s just a fucker, the lady hasn’t come yet. But ... still ahead ...
    2. dropout
      dropout 6 June 2013 12: 53
      +2
      Quote: bddrus
      about pancake and cool - I doubt something,


      Pancake and cool are already classics. Recently there were graduations. There are three boys and two girls walking down the street. All smart. Boys in new suits, one with a bow tie, two in ties, girls in smart dresses. I look and my soul rejoices. Until I heard how and what they say. Out of five words, three mats. And both boys and girls. I have got the impression for a long time that quite a large part of our people does not speak obscenely but THINKS as a MAT. As for everyone (menchedisers, supervisors), I don’t even want to talk about these "curses".
      1. Dimy4
        Dimy4 7 June 2013 00: 34
        +2
        And someone remembers "decorously" and "hippie" - this verbal rubbish has long been eliminated. I think that the current one will also go away and after 20 years no one will remember about it.
  20. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 6 June 2013 10: 23
    +8
    The destruction of the language began just at the state level under Fursenko. The so-called "Albany" language (hello, etc. from there) appeared as a reaction to the "reforms" of the Russian language. The trouble is that "thanks" to these "reforms", the children calmly speak "Albany" and do not know Russian. They were simply not taught at school. And the widespread misuse of -t and -ts already causes a persistent desire to hammer this simple rule into the head with boots.

    What is needed is not a reform of education, but a reconstruction of the entire system of education and values.
    1. Gari
      Gari 6 June 2013 10: 30
      +4
      The first secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, Comrade N.S. Khrushchev, speaking at the All-Union Conference of Teachers, suddenly put down the sheets and addressed the audience with these words:
      - Here it says "youth", but I don’t know what is right: "youth" or "youth". It’s just inconvenient in front of such a cultural audience ...
      And Gorbachev as he put emphasis in the words "start" and "thinking"
  21. tixon444
    tixon444 6 June 2013 10: 39
    +3
    We have the Federal Law of June 1, 2005 No. 53-FZ "On the State Language of the Russian Federation" signed by President Vladimir Putin and entered into force from the moment of publication, which is not only not being implemented, but its existence was immediately forgotten without having time to accept. And we have traffic rules. What is the connection, you ask, but the fact that the violation of traffic rules is immediately recorded by numerous automatic cameras and fines are sent out, which the offender is obliged to pay. Here is a tool for ensuring the purity of the Russian language, other means will not help. Yes, difficult, but nothing is impossible. And as for the rampant advertisers, our valiant internal organs do not want to work. Even now, no one bothers them to demand that advertising companies comply with the language law. Only they need it? They have collected their tribute and at least the grass will not grow further.
  22. omsbon
    omsbon 6 June 2013 10: 41
    +6
    Of course, it is necessary to protect the native language at the state level.
    Prohibit the use of distorted words in the media. Limit the appearance on screens of freaks like Bori Moiseev, whose interview was recently shown by NTV. This "well-deserved pido - with the Russian Federation", without a mat, cannot connect two words.
    And most importantly, follow the speech of their children, helping to find the right word in time!
    1. Valery-SPB
      Valery-SPB 6 June 2013 11: 55
      +2
      Support!
  23. tixon444
    tixon444 6 June 2013 10: 49
    +4
    As for the spelling cleanliness on this site, you only need to monitor what you write. There is a built-in program that prompts a red wavy line about a mistake.
    I recalled a wonderful poem by Anna Akhmatova:

    We know that now lies on the scales
    And what is happening now.
    An hour of courage struck on our watch,
    And courage will not leave us.

    Do not be afraid to lie under the bullets of the dead,
    It is not bitter to be left homeless,
    And we will save you, Russian speech,
    Great Russian word.

    Free and clean you carry,
    And we will give our grandsons, and we will save them from captivity
    Forever!

    Tashkent, February 23, 1942
  24. Dawn
    Dawn 6 June 2013 11: 02
    +3
    The Russian language has been turned into a dead constant, and it should be developed as a living direction. Reading Dostoevsky is a great pleasure, but progress does not stand still, and the State system does nothing to develop it, so there are so many borrowings, people themselves are cast out. In Ukraine, all foreign words have been translated into Little Russian and they require only official use of them in official state documents. And we have written in Russian state license plates in Latin, and on knitted products manufactured in Russia and imported into it, the symbols of Russia are written in Latin, what does the author want from this from the people - a system protecting our information space must be entered!
  25. seller trucks
    seller trucks 6 June 2013 11: 15
    +1
    and I am annoyed by the words and expressions "parasites", a couple of threes years ago I noticed my daughter had "kind of", right to the point of hysteria, went to parent meeting, the classroom was a history teacher: "like," I come up afterwards, one on one Remark in response "youth" expression, I was dumbfounded, but the truth "how to be" rolled, and that's what I am, here we condemn, talk about it, but gentlemen are good, what do we want from our children, if we ourselves can in the presence of children "hit" with a strong word, you have to start with yourself, and not blame others, not at school, so at least try to speak correctly at home, children take an example from us
  26. Valery-SPB
    Valery-SPB 6 June 2013 11: 28
    0
    TV-5 channel loves polls on the streets of St. Petersburg. The presenter invites passers-by to spell two words correctly. Oh my God! One of them, having corrected the written word "intellectual" to "intiligent", said that she knew for sure, because works as a primary school teacher!
    Old films are interesting. Here is one of them, pre-war, "Hot Days". Tankers on exercises near the town. During one of the scenes, the boy turns to the girl, reacting to her behavior, "I'll fuck you!" Strange! What is he about, miserable?
  27. Valery-SPB
    Valery-SPB 6 June 2013 11: 53
    -1
    The engines (1) of the first tanks (2) worked on a mixture of light hydrocarbons (3), as well as on self-running wheelchairs (4).

    1. Motor.
    2. Tank.
    3. Bensine.
    4. Autosmobilis.

    No comments. Thoughtfulness!
    1. Colonel
      Colonel 6 June 2013 17: 24
      0
      Any sound thought can be reduced to an intellectual excess and prolong it endlessly.
  28. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 6 June 2013 11: 55
    +2
    The vocabulary of a person is limited by his horizons, and since modern youth reads little, the vocabulary is limited, and TV is indulged in this regard, because. trying to speak the same language with them.
  29. Igarr
    Igarr 6 June 2013 12: 00
    +9
    Oh, brothers ...
    What to demand from children who did not write essays at school, but put "ticks" in test tasks.
    EG Eh ... damn that one who had the idea to introduce this nonsense in the system of primary, secondary education.
    I thought and will count - the Ministry of Education, Culture - these are the most dirty, malicious pests.
    It was IMPOSSIBLE to write in the "Albany" language in the Soviet school. They said to speak "by the hair dryer", but they tried to write in literary language. Which was part of the flesh and blood of children.
    .
    The author is a member of the Writers' Union.
    Why is he speaking on his own? And why the Writers' Union - DOES NOTHING?
    1. Armata
      Armata 6 June 2013 12: 10
      +4
      Hi Igor. Taiwanchik (Vadim Trincher) Also a member of the Writers' Union. And this does not prevent him from working at Radio Liberty, laundering illegal loot and resenting the fact that he was undeservedly included in the Magntiiskiy list. So the union is one, but the members are different.
    2. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 6 June 2013 13: 47
      +5
      Quote: Igarr
      "check marks" in test items.
      EG Eh ... damn that one who had the idea to introduce this nonsense in the system of primary, secondary education.

      I agree ...
      These acrobatics brothers have done HUGE DAMAGE to both our education and football.
    3. Melchakov
      Melchakov 6 June 2013 13: 49
      +2
      Quote: Igarr
      E G E

      As for the exam. If we talk about the Russian language, then the tests, this is only one out of four. And also presentation, composition and literacy.
  30. master_rem
    master_rem 6 June 2013 12: 13
    +4
    Quote: Saburov
    Like two years ago, one director of the company delivered me low-quality equipment, and demanded money as a working one, and of course I sent it to ... directly and without shying from censorship, and since he couldn’t do anything, he filed for me court for insulting a person, as a result, a bottle of vodka drunk with another philologist and a court decision: This was not an insult, but only an indication of the direction of movement.
    PS Long live the great and mighty!

    Long live the drinking philologist drinks ! laughing
  31. dobry-ork
    dobry-ork 6 June 2013 13: 22
    +1
    I do not like the current state of affairs in the Russian language, but at the same time we should not forget that it ALREADY has many foreign words. Even in this article: shop, department store, broadcast, conference, journalist, etc.
  32. dmb
    dmb 6 June 2013 13: 36
    0
    It is absolutely necessary to fight for the purity of the native language, combining both education and coercion. In "damned Soviet times" a television announcer. what was said from the screen was verified inside and out. Although even then there were political observers who said: "Clothes". However, do not forget that each time (as well as place) has its own characteristics. If Furmanov's Chapaev expressed himself in Turgenev's language, then it would not have been Chapaev, but a young lady from Smolensk, which obviously did not fit with Vasily Ivanovich's gender or age. The wonderful writer-humorist A. Bukhov has a story about this. I recommend reading it.
  33. My address
    My address 6 June 2013 13: 44
    +2
    Polyclinic. On the doors of the offices, announcements like: "It is strictly and strictly prohibited ...", "Strictly one at a time ...", "The reception of paramedics is carried out ..." - this refers to the reception of paramedics. I ask how this came about, they bashfully answer that the head physician did not overlook. Disappeared only about the paramedics. In other institutions it is similar.
    Results obrazvanshchina.
  34. Black
    Black 6 June 2013 13: 50
    +2
    Wife brought home from school yesterday ....
    GIA in Russian ... an element of an essay on the topic "such different members of the sentence" ,,,, A young man broadcasts something on the topic ... and summarizes
    ".. members are very, very different, but each in its own way is original and good !!!" laughing
  35. riding
    riding 6 June 2013 13: 56
    +2
    "Since when did the adverb and preposition begin to be written together?" In Russian, a number of adverbs are formed by combining a preposition and an adverb (hence, from where, etc.), but with adverbs, prepositions cannot be used at all, like verbs.
    But the author is right in that attacks on the language, its destruction erase certain codes that bind people in terms of mentality into a single people. Words without such connections are soulless.
  36. rereture
    rereture 6 June 2013 14: 29
    -1
    People, you exaggerate and panic, you see conspiracy theories in everything.
  37. Darkheir
    Darkheir 6 June 2013 14: 36
    -1
    Why don't you like slang words? This is also a RUSSIAN LANGUAGE, they are educated from the same Russian words and by the same Russians who could hold the largest country under their own hands!
  38. Mhpv
    Mhpv 6 June 2013 14: 54
    +3
    [media = http: //www.dfm.ru/air/schedule/]
    Here is an example of a youth radio station, a complete perversion of the Russian language.
  39. Stas
    Stas 6 June 2013 14: 59
    +2
    The author is a big plus for the article. All of the above is present in our life, sometimes from "mixtures of Russian, English, thieves and other things" with my teeth I want to tear such figures out of anger.
    And any mixture of the Russian language with anything else is nothing more than a low level of culture or simply its absence. This is clearly expressed by many "our" officials and pop people.
  40. Belogor
    Belogor 6 June 2013 15: 02
    +3
    Illiterate comments on forums have become commonplace, no one is even ashamed of this, although they could use the spelling function. This is a sign of disrespect, both to the language and to other users.
  41. Vtel
    Vtel 6 June 2013 15: 04
    +4
    How is it in Russian!
    Our beautiful language, under the pen of the unlearned and inexperienced writers, is rapidly falling. Words are distorted. Grammar is staggering. Spelling, this heraldry of the language, changes according to the will of everyone. - A.S. Pushkin
    May the Lord rest his soul! - Today is his day.
    Language is the confession of the people, His soul and native life. - P.A. Vyazemsky
    Do not be afraid to lie under the bullets of the dead,
    It is not bitter to be left homeless,
    And we will save you, Russian speech,
    Great Russian Word.
    Free and clean you carry,
    And we will give our grandsons, and we will save them from captivity
    Forever. - Anna Akhmatova
    The Russian language in skilled hands and in experienced lips is beautiful, melodious, expressive, flexible, obedient, agile and roomy. - writer A.I. Kuprin
    Take care of our language, our beautiful Russian language is a treasure, a treasure, transmitted to us by our predecessors! Be respectful of this powerful weapon; in the hands of the skilled, it is able to perform miracles. - Russian writer I.S. Turgenev
  42. Black
    Black 6 June 2013 15: 23
    +1
    Quote: Vanek
    No, polite people have not disappeared.
    Still found on the path of life.
    They sent me so politely recently
    What was inconvenient was not to go.

    In the beginning was the "Word" ...
    They gave it to me, as a native.
    There’s peace in my soul, the route is broken,
    The points are all placed above and.
    Well, who is with me? - Let's go?
  43. Corporal
    Corporal 6 June 2013 15: 25
    -5
    The problem is far-fetched, sucked from the finger. The language develops, absorbs borrowings from other languages ​​and is constantly cleared of husks. Today it’s fashionable, tomorrow it’s forgotten. Do not make an elephant out of a fly. Worse when the tongue is dead.
  44. True
    True 6 June 2013 15: 43
    -11 qualifying.
    Article bullshit. Language lives and develops. New words appear. And the fact that there are a lot of borrowings from the West, so the West is more developed in science and culture. Or does the author suggest returning to Old Slavonic?
    1. ded10041948
      ded10041948 6 June 2013 23: 09
      +3
      Oh yeah! Especially in gay culture and the science of penetration followed by captures!
  45. 3 inches.
    3 inches. 6 June 2013 16: 32
    +5
    and I’ve recently humiliated various lawyers there with pleasure. There was a court where I was butt with a zheu. when their representative read all my sins and listed the cars that should fall on me, I asked that the text be translated into Russian. so many good words was and I don’t speak the legal language. the judge indignantly read you in Russian! why didn’t I make out half of the words? these terms answer. so translate! I’m Russian! I don’t understand such words. I had to remind them that according to the law legal proceedings are conducted in Russian. as they freaked out trying to translate their rubbish .. and after all do nothing, formally I'm right.
  46. wandlitz
    wandlitz 6 June 2013 16: 55
    +2
    In April, 1995 of the year was returning from a business trip home.
    I am sitting in an electric train car at a train station in Chelyabinsk, reading a newspaper.
    Waiting for departure to the mound. And suddenly a voice:
    "Tell me, please, is this train in the direction of Moscow?"
    I raise my eyes, in front of me a little man of 50 years, with an even hedgehog of gray hair dressed in
    a new black robe.
    In amazement (where is Chelyabinsk and where is Moscow) I ask again: "What did you say?"
    - This train is in the direction of Moscow? The peasant asks again
    while twisting his fingers so deftly, as if talking with his hands.
    And the fingers and hands are all in tattoos, at first I thought it was dirty.
    - No, it's the other way.
    “Forgive me generously for disturbing you.”
    And again an intricate finger game.
    He said and got out of the car. I went to Moscow to look for the train.
    I sat and thought: “But there are people who still speak Russian, people in our country.”
    1. 3 inches.
      3 inches. 6 June 2013 18: 50
      +2
      being a green boy he earned money at the factory. a man stood out in the brigade from whom he didn’t hear the mat. It turned out he was 15 years old ..
  47. Corporal
    Corporal 6 June 2013 17: 00
    +3
    Here recently they offered a game console X-Box from small soft name in Russian Xep-box.
  48. cool.ya-nikola
    cool.ya-nikola 6 June 2013 18: 04
    +1
    Sharing the anxiety of the majority of colleagues who left their comments on the site, I would like to draw your attention to the advertisement placed on the right at the end of the article. Is this an illustration in defense of the purity of the "Great and Mighty"? ...
  49. Beloborodov
    Beloborodov 6 June 2013 19: 47
    0
    [media = http: //irc.lv/video? id = zy8Cj5vc00Vs]
  50. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 6 June 2013 20: 15
    +4
    Quote: Atlon
    5. Introduce strict censorship in the media.

    uno RU
    ... but this is not worth doing. prohibitive measures cannot fix anything. need to educate people accordingly.

    Very worth it! And not only on the purity of speech of TV presenters, but also on the content of programs.
    need to educate people ...

    In Soviet times, a strict selection of TV presenters was carried out, with the correct speech, good diction, literate people with higher education, because the whole country is looking at them. And the current TV presenters seem to have big problems with education. The impression is that some people did not receive any education at all, except for spas and streets with fences. And if they really have a higher education in the humanities, then I congratulate us all, the "reforms" finally won EDUCATION! ...