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Russian: The Language of Grammatical and Linguistic Perfection

There are 247 comments on the story from Feb 23, 2009, titled Russian: The Language of Grammatical and Linguistic Perfection. In it, reports that:

The Classical Russian Language has long been famous and known as the Language of Grammatical and Linguistic Perfection. Unlike the Romance languages, concerned with accents and syllabi, the Russian Language concerns itself with perfect relationships between words and meaning, such as genders, inflexions, antecedents, and noun traces. The Russian language is known to be the most difficult and complex language in the world, creating the most sophisticated of creative works, especially in Russian Formalistic Poetry and Novels. Not always incorporating Formalistic approaches to literary and poetical texts, the Russian language has become the dominant language of The Commonwealth of Independent States, but not the only language thereof by any means. By having had created Russian as the common bond of tongue amongst the Commonwealth, trade and industry, education and arts have more easily transcended the boundaries of internationalism.

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“UG X”

Since: Jan 09

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#247 Feb 28, 2009
Why_Me wrote:
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Try doing this..."stand in a tub of water, and then plug in your hairdryer."

United States

#248 Feb 28, 2009
Stefanya wrote:
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Yes you have pulled this childish crappola before... pulling words, phrases and sentences OUT OF CONTEXT of larger texts and stringing them together in an attempt to slander me... is clear to most posters what you have done and they have read me enough to know that you are just an immature poster who expects to be agreed...with... Well I don't and your nasty attempt at defamation of character will not work...
Ahhhh! The guilty tries to divert from her guilt, but she can't..her words are embedded in concrete..But, like a chidish three year old, she still thinks she can out-wit high intelligence with a 70 I.Q.

Since: Feb 09

Bradford, PA

#249 Feb 28, 2009
At least Stefanya can stand behind her own opinions and doesn't have to post under other people's names all day long. You are such a fucktard and coward.

“Hope for Best- Expect Worst”

Since: Jan 07

Somewhere in Colorado

#250 Feb 28, 2009
Cecilia85 wrote:
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Words can't express how f*cking CREEPY you are if you've really managed to find out a poster's real-life identity.
...but he hasn't....he is just lying and slandering people...which is par for the course for him....and he is angry that his tactics haven't run off those he doesnt' agree with....and he's having a nasty hissy fit...

Derby, UK

#251 Mar 1, 2009
latin sanskrit russian - loooooong words in these languages- each a full phrase.

Since: Aug 08

Brooklyn, NY

#252 Nov 5, 2009
Cecilia85 wrote:
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Agreed. Do Russian guys bark out orders in Russian when they're _________ a girl? Just wondering. That would be extremely hot if they did.
lol we can role play as stalin if that tickles your pickle :)

(we as in russian guys, not you and me, dont get offended :))

Novouralsk, Russia

#253 Oct 14, 2013

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