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    Does anyone speak it?
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    (Original post by TIGTIG)
    Does anyone speak it?
    I did it for 2 years at school, in years 8 and 9, but I can hardly remember anything now. Apart from the basic hello, goodbye, my name is Sarah, I live in Reading and I am 13 years old (I was 13 when I learnt that sentence and I don't know what 18 is anymore!). Oh and I remember the word for guinea pig!!!
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    (Original post by Chicken)
    I did it for 2 years at school, in years 8 and 9, but I can hardly remember anything now. Apart from the basic hello, goodbye, my name is Sarah, I live in Reading and I am 13 years old (I was 13 when I learnt that sentence and I don't know what 18 is anymore!). Oh and I remember the word for guinea pig!!!
    Its ashsame we british dont try to speak languages outside europe FRENCH is crap I can say f**K u u old fart tavu vali postdal ti star purdet. i can write russian the alphabets cool
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    Da!

    Well... no.

    ja gabarit po russku, troshke
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    (Original post by Vladimir Putin)
    ja gabarit po russku, troshke
    wow what did that mean

    (Original post by TIGTIG)
    wow what did that mean
    I speak in russian, a little
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    (Original post by Vladimir Putin)
    I speak in russian, a little
    where did you learn za govorah rooskee troshtkee
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    draasvityeh! men yasa voot Sza. kak dilya?
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    (Original post by Sza)
    draasvityeh! men yasa voot Sza. kak dilya?
    i am very well thank u, and u?
    (did russian for my gcse's but totally forgotton it, cant even rememba how to say d above ^^ can rememba how to read it though!=P)
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    i tried it!!
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    I am doing it for GCSE at the minute and finding it much easier then French. Once you know the alphabet it is pretty easy and if it can be said slightly interesting. Also I think it is going to be quite a valuable language to have and I am considering doing it for A level.
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    i lurrrrrveee russian...ilove ths sound and its always bin one of my ideas to learn it since i was quiet young. i know some basic conversation but havent got time to learn more yet. but it sounds great.

    (Original post by TIGTIG)
    Its ashsame we british dont try to speak languages outside europe FRENCH is crap I can say f**K u u old fart tavu vali postdal ti star purdet. i can write russian the alphabets cool

    Who gives cares about learning russian. I hate russians. I'm never going to go there. And I don't want to learn it so **** you.
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    I want to learn Russian one day! At the moment, I'm doing AS Italian and hope to study Maths or something and then both Japanese and Italian as my options if possible. I have also spoken Cantonese for all my life as well. Once I have become fluent enough with Italian and Japanese, I wanna learn at least one more language, either German or Russian. Learning languages is the only thing I'm really sure I want to do and enjoy the most. If I could, I would want to be fluent in English, Cantonese, Italian, Japanese, German, Russian and maybe French or Mandarin.
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    (Original post by Tina)
    i lurrrrrveee russian...ilove ths sound and its always bin one of my ideas to learn it since i was quiet young. i know some basic conversation but havent got time to learn more yet. but it sounds great.
    im polish. similar to russian
 
 
 
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