Intimidating translate russian
That's a lot of people we can meet with one language.
Russia is a country rich in history, culture, and traditions.
And yet, despite its international prowess, there is a severe lack of interest in wanting to understand Russia; its culture, its people, and its language. It's often because they are not comfortable speaking and travelling in English.
If you go to the list of countries by English speaking population and sort it, you will find Russia near the very bottom with only 5.5% of the population claiming English as a first or second language.
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Very timely with how much it's in the news lately, David, who has his own travel blog where he documents his and and his Russian girlfriend's travel adventures, wrote to me with some encouraging words about this language. It's nearly impossible to feel indifferent towards it; you either love it or hate it.
Having hosted the Sochi Olympics, and in the midst of a confrontation with Ukraine that leave some to question whether this is Cold War Two, it is clear that Russia isn't going away anytime soon, like it, or not. I studied abroad there for a semester, worked a summer in Moscow, and have traveled there on several occasions as a tourist. Russian has changed my life, and I believe it can change yours too – if you are open to it. Ever wonder why Russians seem to always visit the same countries and do so as part of large, Russian speaking tour groups?
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