Question: Is Russian easy?

Russian is widely believed to be one of the most difficult languages to learn. The need to learn the Russian alphabet serves as yet another obstacle for many people who would like to learn the language. They might be surprised to know that the Russian alphabet actually takes only about 10 hours to learn.

Is Russian harder than Spanish?

Russian is more difficult, in that the grammar is more complex, although verb tenses in Spanish are no piece of cake, and there other tricky elements. It is also true that having to read in a less familiar alphabet also makes the language more difficult, and more tiring to read.

Is Russian easy to learn if you speak English?

The Foreign Service Institute (FSI for short) places Russian into one its highest categories in terms of its relative difficulty for native English speakers (in other words one of the most challenging major languages).

Is Russian easier than Chinese?

Russian is many times easier than Mandarin. It is not so distant as some people think, there is a clear Indo-European feel about it. Chinese on the other hand is a whole nother ball game. And the pronunciation is a thousand times easier than Chinese because there are no tones.

Is Russian easy to read?

Russian uses a special set of letters: the Cyrillic alphabet. They are 33 letters which are very easy to learn.

Is it worth learning Russian?

Your serious learning the Russian language will be a huge investment and most probably only for pleasure. Nowadays there is no earlier important reason related to your career, which would depend on the Russian language. As in every other country in the world, you can do business with Russians in English.

Is Russian a rich language?

Russian is a rich and complex language. Because of their complicated grammar, Russians generate new words very often without realizing it. Also, they use a very broad vocabulary, and it can be a big problem for those who start to learn this language.

Which foreign language is highly paid in world?

German is ranked as the highest paying translation language and a German translator can be expected to attract an annual income of approximately £34,000.

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