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Mar 15, 2021

[Answer] Which alphabet is the Russian language derived from?

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...1. Runic 2. Etruscan 3. Cyrillic 4. Latin




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Cyrillic - It can be especially tricky for native English speakers to master the Russian language, considering it uses an entirely different alphabet. The Russian alphabet was derived from the Cyrillic alphabet, which was developed during the 9th century First Bulgarian Empire at the Preslav Literary School by St. Cyril (after which the alphabet is named). Composed of 33 letters, the Russian derivation of the alphabet takes some of its letters from Hebrew and some from Greek, while several look (but often don’t sound) like the Latin alphabet. Visual recognition aside, phonetic pronunciations and the Russian accent make the language even more difficult to master. Good luck, or Удачи!:


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