Russian Standard Original Vodka, 700ml
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In Uzbekistan, Russian is the language of inter-ethnic communication.    It has some official roles, being permitted in official documentation and is the lingua franca of the country and the language of the elite.   Russian is spoken by 14.2% of the population according to an undated estimate from the World Factbook.  In Latvia, Russian is officially considered a foreign language.  55% of the population was fluent in Russian in 2006, and 26% used it as the main language with family, friends, or at work.  On February 18, 2012, Latvia held a constitutional referendum on whether to adopt Russian as a second official language.  According to the Central Election Commission, 74.8% voted against, 24.9% voted for and the voter turnout was 71.1%.  Starting in 2019, instruction in Russian will be gradually discontinued in private colleges and universities in Latvia, and in general instruction in Latvian public high schools.   [ needs update] Ninilchik". languagehat.com. January 1, 2009. Archived from the original on January 7, 2014 . Retrieved June 18, 2013.
a b c d e f g "Русскоязычие распространено не только там, где живут русские". demoscope.ru (in Russian). Archived from the original on October 23, 2016. Barley Barley wine Corn Mageu Pozol Tejuino Tesgüino Millet Oshikundu Tongba Rice Agkud Amazake Apo Beopju Brem Choujiu Chuak Dansul Gwaha-ju Hariya Makgeolli Mijiu Mirin Pangasi Rice wine Rượu cần Sake Sato Shaoxing wine Sonti Tapai Tapuy Rye Kvass Sorghum Pendhā Multiple grains Ale Ara Beer Boza Huangjiu Magocsi, Paul Robert (1996). "Language and National Survival". Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas. Franz Steiner Verlag. 44 (1): 83–85. JSTOR 41049661.
a b c Арефьев, А. Меньше россиян — меньше русскоговорящих (in Russian). Demoscope.ru. Archived from the original on March 8, 2013 . Retrieved June 18, 2013. Until 1940, People's Commissariats had approved the standards. But in that year the Union Standardization Committee was founded and the standardization was redirected to creation of OST standards. Among the first to study Russian dialects was Lomonosov in the 18th century. In the 19th, Vladimir Dal compiled the first dictionary that included dialectal vocabulary. Detailed mapping of Russian dialects began at the turn of the 20th century. In modern times, the monumental Dialectological Atlas of the Russian Language ( Диалектологический атлас русского языка – Dialektologichesky atlas russkogo yazyka), was published in three folio volumes 1986–1989, after four decades of preparatory work. [ citation needed] Comparison with other Slavic languages [ edit ]
Quelia, a macaronic language with Russian-derived basic structure and part of the lexicon (mainly nouns and verbs) borrowed from German The official language in Moscow and Novgorod, and later, in the growing Muscovy, was Church Slavonic, which evolved from Old Church Slavonic and remained the literary language for centuries, until the Petrine age, when its usage became limited to biblical and liturgical texts. Russian developed under a strong influence of Church Slavonic until the close of the 17thcentury; afterward the influence reversed, leading to corruption of liturgical texts. [ citation needed]a b Евгений Абдуллаев (2009). "Русский язык: жизнь после смерти. Язык, политика и общество в современном Узбекистане". Неприкосновенный запас. Archived from the original on June 23, 2016 . Retrieved May 27, 2016. The brand was introduced as the "Russian Standard" vodka in 1998 by the Russian Standard company of Roustam Tariko.