Why do you learn Russian?

As for me, it's not that I need it for work or travelling but I just love the way it sounds :) What was your reason for learning Russian?

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samual.jacobson | 0 points - about 5 years ago

I have a Russian fiancee and want to be able to speak to her family.

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german | 0 points - about 5 years ago

I'm interested in linguistics and Russian seemed like a cool language

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penny | 0 points - about 5 years ago

I traveled a lot and whenever I went I almost always met a Russian person there. Lots of ex-USSR folk who speak Russian even in western Europe and other countries like UAE, Czech Republic etc. Majority of Ukrainians, Moldovans, Uzbeks, Azeri, Armenians etc speak Russian too, so there's a pretty significant amount of Russian speakers out there.

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deidre.bruen | 0 points - about 5 years ago

I heard Russian in media, especially movies and it seemed interesting. I don't learn that hard, just Duolingo and some additional materials from time to time. Learning a new language is a good brain exercise.

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mika.feil | 0 points - about 5 years ago

To be able to listen and understand Splin, Kino, Piknik and Nautilus Pompilius (and others)

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