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    Русский язык в 2025 г.

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    К 2025 году число носителей русского языка в мире уменьшится вдвое и на нем будут разговаривать примерно столько же людей, сколько и в начале ХХ века. Такие тревожные данные были приведены сегодня на Второй Ассамблее всемирного форума "Интеллектуальная Россия", открывшейся в Брянске.

    Как отметил в своем выступлении ректор МГУ имени Ломоносова академик Виктор Садовничий, русский сейчас занимает четвертое место среди самых распространенных языков мира - после английского (500 млн носителей и 1 млрд - владеющих), китайского (1,3 млрд) и испанского - 335 млн носителей и 25 млн изучающих. "По прогнозам, - продолжал он, - уже через 10 лет русский язык обгонят французский, хинди, арабский, а еще через 15 лет - португальский, а сам русский лишится статуса мирового языка".

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    Re: Русский язык в 2025 г.

    Quote Originally Posted by Triton
    http://inauka.ru/news/article69910?subtxt

    К 2025 году число носителей русского языка в мире уменьшится вдвое и на нем будут разговаривать примерно столько же людей, сколько и в начале ХХ века. Такие тревожные данные были приведены сегодня на Второй Ассамблее всемирного форума "Интеллектуальная Россия", открывшейся в Брянске.

    Как отметил в своем выступлении ректор МГУ имени Ломоносова академик Виктор Садовничий, русский сейчас занимает четвертое место среди самых распространенных языков мира - после английского (500 млн носителей и 1 млрд - владеющих), китайского (1,3 млрд) и испанского - 335 млн носителей и 25 млн изучающих. "По прогнозам, - продолжал он, - уже через 10 лет русский язык обгонят французский,

    хинди, арабский, а еще через 15 лет - португальский, а сам русский лишится статуса мирового языка".

    Then, what is the point in learning Russian? Pretty soon, you won't find anybody to talk to, anyway
    Well, I don't know what to say. I want to say thanks to the Academy, to Mama, to Papa and to my dog. I love you all.

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    Then, what is the point in learning Russian? Pretty soon, you won't find anybody to talk to, anyway

    Somebody's got to keep it alive, if not the natives, then the foreigners! :P Anyway, it's still better than learning Albanian.

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    Well, my children will all speak Russian! I can guarantee you that!
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
    I am a notourriouse misspeller. Be easy on me.
    Пожалуйста! Исправляйте мои глупые ошибки (но оставьте умные)!
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    КГ/АМ
    Gib immer 100% bei der Arbeit: 12% am Montag, 23% am Dienstag, 40% am Mittwoch, 20% am Donnerstag, 5% am Freitag ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    КГ/АМ
    ??? Where did you learn that????
    КГ/АМ — ВикисловарьКГ/АМ — сокращение, означающее «Креатифф — говно; афтар — мудак». Широко используется русскоязычными падонками для выражения негативного отношения к ...
    ru.wiktionary.org/wiki/КГ/АМ
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlestonian
    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    КГ/АМ
    ??? Where did you learn that????
    What amazes you so?
    Send me a PM if you need me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by charlestonian
    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    КГ/АМ
    ??? Where did you learn that????
    What amazes you so?
    "Падонки use that." Also, who was he referring to???
    Well, I don't know what to say. I want to say thanks to the Academy, to Mama, to Papa and to my dog. I love you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlestonian
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Quote Originally Posted by charlestonian
    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    КГ/АМ
    ??? Where did you learn that????
    What amazes you so?
    "Падонки use that." Also, who was he referring to???
    This slang is used commonly by most internet powered schoolchildren and students. The net is quite big
    Send me a PM if you need me.

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    The future of the russian language seems to be not very bright, unfortunately. Look at the wikipedia. I do not even dare to compare the russian part with the english and the deutsch ones with their overwhelming 1,5m and 0,5m of articles correspondingly. But Polish, Netherlands or Svedish achievements really make me sad. Sveden has a population of some 10m people, compared with our 145m, and I do not think that many people outside Sveden speak that language. At the same time the svedish wikipedia is nearly twice as large as the russian one. And the Japanese deserve a grest respect most of all IMHO. They have been making a very significant progress in nearly a heartbeat!

    Somehow it turns out that most of the new words in all the areas of science emerge in english, and it is very funny to see how the French are trying to replace "e-mail" with a national analogue :0)
    Please, correct my English. Many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casper
    ... Look at the wikipedia. I do not even dare to compare the russian part with the english and the deutsch ones with their overwhelming 1,5m and 0,5m of articles correspondingly. ...
    Тут, вероятно, играет роль количество компьютеров на душу населения. Надеюсь, со временем положение исправится.
    "...Важно, чтобы форум оставался местом, объединяющим людей, для которых интересны русский язык и культура. ..." - MasterАdmin (из переписки)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Casper
    it is very funny to see how the French are trying to replace "e-mail" with a national analogue :0)
    don't tell me about it. In most cases it is ridicule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lampada
    Quote Originally Posted by Casper
    ... Look at the wikipedia. I do not even dare to compare the russian part with the english and the deutsch ones with their overwhelming 1,5m and 0,5m of articles correspondingly. ...
    Тут, вероятно, играет роль количество компьютеров на душу населения. Надеюсь, со временем положение исправится.
    That's what communists thought too

    Из Независимой Газеты: "неумение россиян проводить реформы, их косность, упрямство, наследие тоталитарного строя, неумение и нежелание гибко реагировать на новые потребности развития и т.п."
    Well, I don't know what to say. I want to say thanks to the Academy, to Mama, to Papa and to my dog. I love you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Then, what is the point in learning Russian? Pretty soon, you won't find anybody to talk to, anyway

    Somebody's got to keep it alive, if not the natives, then the foreigners! :P Anyway, it's still better than learning Albanian.
    Isn't Albanian the same as Russian (in padonki's slang)?
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Then, what is the point in learning Russian? Pretty soon, you won't find anybody to talk to, anyway

    Somebody's got to keep it alive, if not the natives, then the foreigners! :P Anyway, it's still better than learning Albanian.
    Isn't Albanian the same as Russian (in padonki's slang)?
    эээ? Отчего я знаю!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Отчего я знаю!!
    Maybe Откуда я знаю?
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    Russian will keep(for sure) it's importance as a language.
    Главное что есть ты у меня...

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    The Russians are lucky because some live in the most remote regions of the world, that is Siberia. So if a worldwide holocaust occurs, (probability __%), then at least some remaining humans will speak Russian. I am sure the French, German, and certainly Albanian speakers do not feel quite so secure! So remember, "There is always a silver lining on even the darkest cloud!"
    DO IT YOURSELF!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siriusly
    The Russians are lucky because some live in the most remote regions of the world, that is Siberia. So if a worldwide holocaust occurs, (probability __%), then at least some remaining humans will speak Russian. I am sure the French, German, and certainly Albanian speakers do not feel quite so secure! So remember, "There is always a silver lining on even the darkest cloud!"
    Are you serious? I don't think you are. Anyhow, if another holocaust occurs, it won't be hard for its organizors to catch those who they'll need. However remote a place they'll be hiding in, they'll be within easy reach.
    "A classic is something that everybody wants to have read and nobody wants to read"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siriusly
    The Russians are lucky because some live in the most remote regions of the world, that is Siberia. So if a worldwide holocaust occurs, (probability __%), then at least some remaining humans will speak Russian. I am sure the French, German, and certainly Albanian speakers do not feel quite so secure! So remember, "There is always a silver lining on even the darkest cloud!"
    Лол. А потом те, кто начал ядерную войну, выйдет из своих подземных бункеров, чтобы завладеть остающимися частями мира для себя!

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