There is only one official language in Russia and that is
Russian but there are over 100 minority languages spoken in Russia
today (with the most popular being English)
Russia is the largest country in the world and has a large
diversity of ethnic groups, languages and customs. Some of the
languages other than Russian are - Khalkha-Buryat, Even/Lamut,
Evenki/Tungus, Nanai, Udehe, Chuvash, Altay, Yakut, Uygur, Bashkir,
Tartar, Erzya, Ingrian, Karelian, Livonian, Mari/Cheremis, Moksha,
Mordvin, Veps, Votic, Komi/Zyrian, Komi-Permyak, Saami,
Udmurt/Votyak, Enets, Nenets, Nganasan, Selkup, Khanty/Ostyak,
Mansi/Vogul, and these are just the Altaic and Uralic languages,
many of which are very localised and spoken only by small
Although Russian is the only federally official language of the
Russian Federation, there are several other officially-recognized
languages within Russia's various constituencies. This is a list of
languages that are official only in certain parts of Russia (the
language family in which the language belongs is given in
Abaza (Northwest Caucasian; in the Karachay-Cherkess
Adyghe (Northwest Caucasian; in the Republic of Adygea)
Altay (Turkic; in the Altai Republic)
Avar (Northeast Caucasian; in the Republic of Dagestan)
Bashkir (Turkic; in the Republic of Bashkortostan)
Buryat (Mongolic; in Agin-Buryat Okrug and the Buryat
Chechen (Northeast Caucasian; in the Chechen Republic)
Chukchi (Chukotko-Kamchatkan; in Chukotka Autonomous
Chuvash (Turkic; in the Chuvash Republic)
Erzya (Uralic; in the Republic of Mordovia)
Ingush (Northeast Caucasian; in the Republic of
Kabardian (Northwest Caucasian; in the Kabardino-Balkar
Republic and Karachay-Cherkess Republic)
Kalmyk (Mongolic; in the Republic of Kalmykia)
Karachay-Balkar (Turkic; in the Kabardino-Balkar Republic and
Khakas (Turkic; in the Republic of Khakassia)
Khanty (Uralic; in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug)
Komi-Zyrian (Uralic; in the Komi Republic)
Mansi (Uralic; in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug)
Mari (Uralic; in the Mari El Republic)
Moksha (Uralic; in the Republic of Mordovia)
Nenets (Uralic; in Nenets Autonomous Okrug)
Nogai (Turkic; in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic)
Ossetic (Indo-European; in the Republic of North
Tatar (Turkic; in the Republic of Tatarstan)
Tuvan (Turkic; in the Tuva Republic)
Udmurt (Uralic; in the Udmurt Republic)
Yakut (Turkic; in the Sakha Republic)
The primary and official language of Russia is Russian. However
there are some 35 other languages that have official status in one
or more regions of Russia.
Most of the residents of Russia speak the Russian language. Other
languages spoken in Russia include German, French, and
Russian, German Belorussian and Ukrainian
the aofical language of russia is Russian
Yes,Ukrainian,Tartar,English and Polish.
They speak English
A great many languages are spoken in Russia and the former USSR due
to the many and varied diversity of its people. The official
language is Russian which is taught to all school children in
addition to any local languages. The Russian alphabet is
Russian and English.
salvik and Russian
More then 100 (if not to count plenty of dialect forms of this
languages). But to be true, you can hear in Russia almost any of
languages, because this country is one of the most significant
players in world politics and commerce.
Russian and English.
Of all the languages of Russia, Russian is the only official
language. 27 different languages are considered official languages
in various regions of Russia, along with Russian. There are over
100 minority languages spoken in Russia today. Also a lot of
minority language are in danger of extinction.
In general, Russians speak Russian. It uses the cyrillic alphabet
(derived from greek), although the language itself is more slavic
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Russians speak Russian.
Most Russian people speak Russian.
Russian is the official language, but there are 27 others in
Russian is the official language but there are 27 other languages
in Russia because of diversity.
Russians speak mainly Russian.
Russian is most common.
They speak the Russian language obviously.
Russian, and most other slavic languages belong to the
Indo-European family of languages.