29 November 1996 THE LINGUISTIC SIMILARITIES OF RUSSIAN, Ukrainian, and Belarusian allow for a certain degree of mutual comprehension. That decreases the pressure for those who know one of the three to study the other languages, since they can get by without it. As a consequence, people moving into Ukraine or Belarus during the Soviet […]

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