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Why do you learn Russian?

Hi, everybody!


English is very important for me as a professional. Because as an IT guy I'm always is in contact with English-speaking people for getting new information in computer science, information security, for working with English-based information technology and information security solutions.


But here I see a lot of people from all over the world that are learning Russian. And I have never seen a Russian-speaking staff in foreign companies that we are working with.


So I have a question... Where do you use your Russian language and why are you learning it?


Thanks in advance for your answers!

Dec 24, 2014 5:00 AM
Comments · 8

because  russia  is one of the most strong  countries and  russia has a big economy so why shouldnt learn to russian

January 13, 2015

I am planning to continue my life in Russia, simply...

January 13, 2015

I started to learn Russian in order to boost the intercomprehension in a social setting of other Slavic people. By the way, it's simply beautiful 

January 13, 2015

in my country there are a lot of russian working  with thier companies and they hardly speak english or friench and I'm working with them  too so it will be easy to communicate with them in addtion to this I traveled to russia  and it was very hard to communicate with people there  and everything was written in Russian language that complicated my visit there , and I'm planing to revisit russia because I have a lot of friends there 

thank you 

December 24, 2014

There are many reasons:

-one of the most spoken languages

-lots of books (litterature and others) written in it

-lots of films

-easy to find material to read/watch/listen

-business relations (many big firms have russian partners and/or clients)

-many tourists around the world

-interesting culture

-big country, always in the news




December 24, 2014
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Language Skills
English, German, Russian
Learning Language
English, German