The richness, euphony and greatness of the Russian language is a matter of admiration for many Russian classics. It is all the more surprising that our contemporaries underestimate his role, littering his speech with Anglicisms, jargon, vernacular expressions, new-fashioned Internet slang and abusive words. If everyone thought about the value of the Russian language and the tremendous possibilities for expressing thoughts, he would seek to know it even deeper and neglect other means. What is the secret of the Russian language and why do I love it so much? I’ll try to explain with the help of weighty arguments and illustrative examples.
The wealth of the Russian language is not in the number of lexical units fixed in the dictionary, but in its flexibility, which has no boundaries.
Let us prove the consistency of the above argument with a concrete example. Take any noun from the dictionary of the Russian language. Let it be “Mom”. Create word forms (grammatical varieties) by case and number: mother, mother, mother, mother (singular genitive case), mothers (nominative plural), mothers, mothers, (o) moms. In English, the word “mother” has only one wordform – “mothers” (plural). Such a comparison can be cited with almost every noun in the Russian language: most of them can have 8 times more word forms than in the same English.
The dictionary of the Russian language is impressive in terms of the volume and flexibility of the meanings so that there is not enough life for complete mastery even if it is a question of a person who has this language as his native language. Very vividly prove the figures: an absolute record for the number of words used belongs to AS
The possibilities of the Russian language are so wide that you can replenish your vocabulary throughout your life and not even master half of it. The variety of word forms and meanings makes it possible to convey the tiniest shades of meanings, to compose colorful figurative descriptions, intelligibly express their thoughts – this is the virtuoso use of the richness of the Russian language.