How do pronounce the English word protector in Russian?
1. a patron: покровитель (pronounced pokrovitel')
2. a defender: защитник (zashchitnik)
3. a tread: протектор (protektor)
ШКИПЕР - "SHKIPPER". But I have to note that the meaning of that word is slightly different in Russian than in English. I can either mean "a captain of a vessel without sails" or "an officer responsible for the ship's inventory". Alghout in recent years the meaning has become closer to that of the English language.
Both French and Russian have sounds that are not found in English, so an English speaker will have to learn how to pronounce these sounds. It is difficult for an English speaker to learn how to pronounce either language correctly, and they will most likely have an accent. Both French and Russian have grammatical features that are difficult for an English speaker. These include: different word order, the use of grammatical gender, and remebering to…