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    Anonymous

    How many Slavic languages can you speak? At what level? And what Slavic languages would you like to learn in the future?

    #394108

    Anonymous

    fleunt in czech and slovak. I could learn russian in far future, but besides russian (its practicaly a lingua franca in former soviet union area) , I dont find any other slavic language that much useful for me right now (I wont live in any slavic country, or non-czech/slovak slavic country)

    #394109

    Anonymous
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    How many Slavic languages can you speak? At what level? And what Slavic languages would you like to learn in the future?

    I'm fluent in Serbo-Croatian. Currently learning Russian, I've already got the pronunciation and the basic grammar. I hope to be able to read a whole book in Russian in a few years, their literature is very likeable  :)

    #394110

    Anonymous
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    How many Slavic languages can you speak? At what level? And what Slavic languages would you like to learn in the future?

    Fluent in Serbian and Russian. I know Old Chruch Slavonic and Chruch Slavonic (I would say fluent, but given the fat that languages are dead… I will not). I could understand what was written in Bulgarian, Belorussian, Slovak, Slovene and Ukarinian.

    #394111

    Anonymous
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    I know Old Chruch Slavonic and Chruch Slavonic

    Where did you learn these languages?

    #394112

    Anonymous
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    Where did you learn these languages?

    Seminary and Theological Faculty.

    #394113

    Anonymous
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    Seminary and Theological Faculty.

    Was it compulsory for your course?

    #394114

    Anonymous

    Svevlad, it is liturgical language of Russian, Serbian and Bulgarian Orthodox Churhces. Of course it is compulsory.

    #394115

    Anonymous

    I can speak four Slavic languages (Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Serbian ;D), and I'm currently learning Ukrainian.

    #394116

    Anonymous
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    Svevlad, it is liturgical language of Russian, Serbian and Bulgarian Orthodox Churhces. Of course it is compulsory.

    I'm not Christian, I don't know ::) I've only been to one church in my life, and it was a Protestant church.

    #394117

    Anonymous

    Besides Croatian I know only a Slovene dialect :/ Though I speak 3 other non-Slavic languages.

    I would definitely like to learn Ukrainian.

    #394118

    Anonymous

    Slovene and little bit Serbo-cro. Without any learning i can understand other Slavs in their basics but that is realy just basic. :D

    #394119

    Anonymous

    Bosnian, Serbian, Montenegrin, Croatian, understand quite Macedonian and Bulgarian, similar case with Slovenian, can understand 50% + of Slovak, Czech and even guess meaning in alien language known as Polish. :D Also, Russian, Ukrainian are quite understandable. My plan is to learn Ukrainian and Slovak in the next 10 years.

    #394120

    Anonymous

    i can speak slovak, czech, and i understand rusyn. i also understand church slavic to a certain degree. about other slavic languages, some i understand more, some less.

    #394121

    Anonymous
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    about other slavic languages, some i understand more, some less.

    Keep in mind here that Yiddish is not a Slavic language :)

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