Privet to all! That means “Hi to all!”, as “privet” is the equivalent word for “hi” in Russia. That is pronounced as preeve’t, with the stress put on the last syllable. According to some, Russian is not a difficult language to learn once you have mastered the alphabet. The Russian language is actually a very interesting one. Its words are easy to learn, pronounce and remember.
Value to businesses
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The Russian language
The Russian language is a Slavic language that is primarily spoken in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. It is also widely used, though not officially in Latvia, Moldova and Estonia and to lesser extents in countries which were USSR constituent republics. The language is part of the Indo-European languages and the East Slavic languages three living members.
Where Russian is spoken
The second-most used language on the Internet after English, Russian is native to 150 million speakers and the official language in 5 countries, 1 province, 3 unrecognised states and a minority language in 20 states.
5 countries (official language)
150 million speakers
2nd most used language on the Internet