for me as a Czech it's so Ez
I think every language is difficult
the grammar is stupidly complicated and vocabulary is completely different
not worth it
idk i can understand russian but cant speak it but considering you are german you would need to learn whole russian alphabet and basic phrases
Just study it, it's not that hard :D
Did take a few years to master grammar on a spoken level advanced tho
Just mash it into your head
Just learn portuguese and when ur drunk russian will come out
Only thing you need is motivation, good luck!
it is hard, no point to learn if u just want to impress someone
and to impress someone, you can learn some song (even without understanding words)
ps. small note "about russians who refuse to speak english". im living in national rebublic, im ethnic russian, but i still had to learn local language (tatar), even though i most likely will not use it in life. it is just act of respect to that folk. and we also learned english. so it means 3 languages, and no one cares that not all people are good at languages.
depends, me speaking a slavic language it is nothing special, but I suppose for german speaker it could be quite a challange
For slavic people it's kinda ez and u can understand a lot of things without learning, gonna be hard for Germans tho.
But it's not impossible, go for it
For a non-russian speaker it's kinda difficult I guess. Almost every russian word, especially verb - has its own different forms of gender, time and number etc
I learned some basics of the language when I was 14 & bored in school. I studied it for a month or two. Only online.
I can speak csgo Russian very well, a lot of russian speaking teammates often ask where I’m from since I speak English with swedish accent & csgo Russian.
Honestly after you learn the alphabet it isn’t to difficult, you could learn the alphabet decently within a week if you try.
P.S I say csgo Russian since it’s very different from normal russian, I could not speak nor hold a conversation with a native outside of gaming.
basic speaking shouldn't be too hard, if you want to learn to read that would be tricky tho, different alphabet and stuff
Just spend some time in soloq and u will understand basic callouts
tron, yama, kete, pashol na hui etc
for baltic countries easy.
its not hard, but it depends really, we have quite a few similarities, even curse in Russian, so its easier. for you as a German some of the things might be a bit different, but I guess you might be able to pick it up as I find it harder when theres 15 words in 1 kek
Just learn it and don’t listen to negative people
depends, learning basic phrases shouldn't be too difficult, but if you're actually trying to learn the language you better be ready bc it's no joke
if you're just looking to be able to make/understand calls in cs it's mostly about learning straight-up vocabulary which isn't too bad
learning to read isn't as bad as some people make it out to be. for example, you can easily learn the alphabet in a day, the trouble is mostly learning about noun cases/gender/etc. and verb conjugations
i think it is not very difficult to learn how to speak just so people would understand you even with wrong grammar
It's difficult but not as much as German xd
Just say zaebis when everything normal and pizdec nakhui when its exciting and it will be fitting every time
If u r native German speaker, then it will be much harder for u than learning Portuguese, French or English.
Blyat is enough to speak freely.
basics no, rest can be challenging, depends on your mentality and motivation really
I have a German friend in CS who learned “harosh brat” so you can try it as well
I don't know about Russian, but I'm learning deutsch and my throat is suffering to pronounce some words xD. But in the end is greatful to see the professor like my pronunciation.