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    The Russian language belongs to the Indo-European family, along with other east Slavonic languages Belarusian and Ukrainian. The Russian language, fairly young, came from a common predecessor: Common Slavonic, which was divided as the Slavic people immigrated in around the 5th century AD. Brothers St. Cyril and St. Methodius, in 863 AD were sent to Moravia (currently the Czech Republic) to translate the Gospel into Slavic. This script was later known as the Glagolitic script. The old Cyrillic alphabet

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    Syntax of Negation in Russian Language

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    Syntax of negation in Russian Different languages express negations in different ways. In this paper we will try to see how negation system of the Russian language can be interpreted within the boundaries of syntax. In modern Russian language negation is primarily expressed by the negative marker ne, which normally precedes the verb. However there are some exceptions when an adverb can be inserted between ne and a verb: Mi ne vsegda hodim v trenazherniy zal. We NEG always go to gym

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    freshman year Russian language class, I was certain I had made a mistake in choosing to study Russian. I chose Russian because, after four years of French in high school, I wanted the challenge of a new language in college. I wanted to push myself. Russian was a completely new language to me. French and English share the same alphabet and have words in common. I could understand Urdu, my parents’ first language, and if I wanted to improve I had family ready to teach me. In my mind, Russian was the perfect

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    within the Russian Federation. Looking back to its history, Bashkortostan with a surface of 143,000 sq km and more than four million population, has been a significant region regarding its ethnic and linguistic diversities (Gorenburg, 1999; Grimes, 2000). According to Gorenburg (2003), Bashkortostan was the first autonomous republic which the Communist government created to prevent the dominancy of a Tatar-Turkic republic. Thereafter, Bashkir and many other ethnic groups and Turkic languages have been

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    suppressed due to the domination of the Russian language. Research on linguistic studies has shown, “language conflict is a result of ideologies that determine the goals of society” (Smagulova, 2006, p308). As Russian became the dominate language in schools, knowledge of the language became key to social mobility. Although there have been several attempts in Kazakhstan to restore the national language, all proposals have been seen as discriminatory. Despite the language conflict in Kazakhstan and Kazakh

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    Nihilism In Russia

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    Nihilism is more than repudiating, believing in nothing, and lack of morals and principles in Russia. It does include these characteristics, however there is more to it then what is on the surface. Before we can discuss what nihilism is for the Russian, we have to examine what chained of events occurred that ultimately created this subculture. During Alexander II’s civic reforms, various oppositional movements emerged challenging the empire. Alexander II restored to some extent polish autonomy, expanded

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    Politics in the United States of America

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    United States. Several banks have been blacklisted by the US government following the Russian infiltrations in Ukraine (Fisher 13). Majority of Russian businessmen in the United States who have close links with Vladimir Putin have been expelled from the country. President Obama has also come with strategies to tame some parts of the Russian economy comprising both the oil and gas industries, which form a bunch of Russians export (Fisher 23). According to President Barack Obama, the action would interfere

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    Modest Mussorgsky Essay

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    The Five, The Mighty Handful, and The New Russian School all depict the five Russian composers who came together in 1856-57 in St Petersburg. Their ultimate goal was to portray and produce a Russian style of music , and this is exactly what they would accomplish. Though one of "The Five" goes farther than this with his works, this being Modest Mussorgsky. Mussorgsky was a composer born march 21st 1839, with one of the most controversial names and spellings of a name. He was born to wealthy land owners

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    The Ukraine Crisis

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    Viktor Yanukovich was impeached and quickly fled the capital. An interim government formed around Oleksandr Turchynov as the acting president. Germany and the US quickly recognized this new government, while Russia did not. In late February, pro-Russian militias began taking control of Crimea, a part of eastern Ukraine. Gradually they dominated the peninsula and effectively took control of it. Soon after, the Crimeans held a referendum, and overwhelmingly decided to join Moscow. The West and interim

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    the public’s current interpretation of public representation, examine the tensions of representation and provide an example of these tensions by discussing an issue of current significance. The issue of current significance to be used is the 2014 Russian Annexation of the Ukrainian State of Crimea. Today, representation is more important than ever before. It is much harder to discern what is actually real or true, even though we are more enlightened than ever before. The current technologies that

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