The Russian language… I always knew and understood that it is necessary to learn the Russian language, to master it so that it would not be embarrassing for my speech, so that any thought can express freely, it is understandable for others. We are told about this in the lessons of the Russian language and literature of the teacher, quoting the statements of famous Russian writers, linguistic scientists, public figures… But I never thought about what I love Russian for. I just spoke it, read books, thought, wrote…
Russian language belongs to the world’s largest languages: according to the number of speakers, it ranks fifth after Chinese, English, Hindi and Spanish. Among the Slavic languages, Russian is the most common. Even in our Oktyabrsky district and in my native village of Pokrovka, despite the multinationality of the population, they speak Russian. But here live Ukrainians, Byelorussians, Koreans, Uzbeks, Armenians, Chechens… And everywhere there is a Russian speech: in school, in institutions, on the street. Of course, people communicate with each other in their own language, but they need Russian to communicate in the territory where they live. And in our family Russian is the first language. My mother is Russian, my father is Armenian, and since my childhood I speak only Russian. Our family is strong and friendly, everyone understands each other, there are no differences – neither linguistic, nor national. The Russian language united us all, taught love and mutual understanding. How can you not love him for it?
Russia has always been rich in intelligent and talented people: scientists and writers, artists and philosophers, politicians and commanders, actors and musicians… Growing up and educating in Russian, they glorified their Motherland, multiplied its cultural wealth, leaving us the best, that was created over the centuries. And how do we, the “heirs”, treat this property, the Russian language? Correspondence on the Internet goes in the most illiterate language, both in terms of spelling and punctuation, and in terms of vocabulary and grammar. A mate, a simple folk mate, has, unfortunately, become an integral part of the language. Many people (not only children, but also adults) slyly replace the mate with supposedly applicable and permissible words: “pancake”, “e-pae-re-se-te”, “eshkin cat”, “yapon mother” and the like. Speaking of such ” and people who listen to such “harmless” words at first glance understand exactly the meaning that the speaker puts in. What is this – the lack of culture and linguistic promiscuity? Or, perhaps, irresponsibility for his speech? Or profanity is a phenomenon of time? Probably, there are more reasons than I mean. Someone sees in this as a means of emancipation, someone is a means of self-expression, someone – shows a limited vocabulary… I I think parents in. Rvuyu all should cultivate love and respect for the language, which is...
The language of the people is rich and precise.
But there are, alas, waste words.
They grow like weeds
Have poorly plowed margins.
I believe that it is a civil duty of every person living in the Russian Federation to know the Russian language, to write and speak competently. Thus, we show respect for the language and preserve it for future generations. In Russian we communicate with relatives, friends, think on it and make plans for the future. Of course, we want to be understood, and for this we need to know and be able to apply the rules of the Russian language. Russia enters the post-industrial period, education comes first in importance in the world. To be illiterate, not to know the native language in our time is simply embarrassing, unacceptable.
And here I caught myself thinking: but I know why I love Russian! I am proud to be the bearer of this amazing, rich language. The Russian language is the pride of Russia. No language can compare with the Russian in its mysteriousness, complexity, beauty of sound, and also in the variety of vocabulary. I was amazed how does our language sound so native and understandable for foreigners? In Mongolia they say: “The most amazing thing is that the Russian language can sound quite different: everything depends on the speaker and what is being said.” In principle, from Russian, one can achieve angelic sounding if desired. you can fashion everything you want. ” And in Corsica they respond like this: “An extremely emotional language.” In the intonation, Russians put a lot of feeling and passion. “Example:” That’s it! “And the German economist, sociologist and philosopher F. Engels gave such an assessment to the Russian language:” How beautiful is the Russian language! All the advantages of German without its terrible rudeness. “
I love Russian for its singing and expressiveness. When I write poetry, I try to find a word that expresses my thoughts and feelings as accurately as possible. The right was K. Paustovsky, arguing: “With the Russian language you can work miracles!” I like the process of creativity, the sound of speech. It can be soft, smooth or, conversely, sharp, sonorous, even rude. I like to read Russian classics, and this is the merit of the Russian language: after all, understanding the author’s idea of the work is a fascinating process. I like to explore the text, think over words, follow the writer’s thought…
The Russian language is the basis of Russian culture, an invaluable gift of our ancestors. Russia itself is reflected in it! I am proud that I speak Russian, its meaning in my life is enormous.