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One of the six official languages ​​of the United Nations (UN) is Russian. Precisely, the Department of Public Information of that world body approved on February 19, 2010 the motion to celebrate Russian Language Day on June 6.


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This is how this date was established to recognize the cultural and historical richness of that language and also as a tribute to the birth, in 1799, of the poet Aleksandr Pushkin, considered one of the founders of the Russian language and creator of a narrative style that mixes drama, romance and satire.

Pushkin's works, as well as those of other renowned writers such as Leo Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoyevsky, have brought Russian culture and language prestige worldwide.

Precisely, Russian is the mother tongue of more than 200,000,000 people and it is considered that another 114,000,000 speak it as a foreign language, so much so that it is the eighth most spoken language in the world.

That language can be described as having phonetic prevalence; that is to say, that his words are pronounced the same as how they are written; but it uses the Cyrillic alphabet, which has five vowel sounds and 37 consonants.

Of its peculiarities, it stands out that it does not use articles and that it assumes six declensions for nouns, pronouns, and demonstrative adjectives, as well as that it recognizes three genders: masculine, feminine, and neuter.

Knowing the Russian language offers a lot of potential for business and tourism and, since it is not very common to find those who speak it in countries where you are not a native, it can also stand out for certain career options.

However, many interested in studying Russian reject the idea due to the challenge of learning an alphabet other than Latin; but, just by learning a little bit of the Cyrillic alphabet, we discovered that many Russian words are pronounced the same or similar to the English language. Below we propose ten examples as an incentive to continue studying that language.

pink (If we know that the p from Russian is like r from Spanish, it is not difficult to associate this word with the word pink and it is pronounced rozza.)

hotel (Knowing that the consonant he it's ours he you can read hotel, that is, it is hotel in Spanish.)

moon (If we add to our knowledge that the u is the or and that the н is the no from Spanish, then we can clearly read moon.)

culture (Right now it can't be that hard anymore discover culture in this Russian word.)

muzyka (With the information we have on the change of and by or We can read muzzika, in Spanish, music.)

telephone (With the information above, more than the consonant ф pronounced like our F, we can associate telephone, to the word in Spanish phone.)

bank (Just by imagining that the consonant б is the b from Spanish, it can be guessed that this word is pronounced bank, that is to say, bank in Spanish.)

medicine (The greatest difficulty of this word is in the consonant д; but if we know that it reads like the d from Spanish, it is not difficult to associate it with medicine, pronounced o in Russian meditsin.)

university (Once it is known that the u is or, we can read university, what is university.)

restaurant (If we remember that the r from Russian is ours r, we read without many complications restaurant, what is to be restaurant.)

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