Question by Lastname, Michael Lastname™: are there any regional accents in the russian language?
Like here in the USA, someone from new york will have a different accent from someone from Alabama and people from the U and australia can sound like their speaking a different language because theiraccents are so different.etc. is there something similar to this in the Rosiyanin language? will someone in Moscow have a different accent than someone from say, Novosibirsk? or how about someone from Kazakhstan, will they have a an accent that distinguishes them from someone from peterburg?
@kate, I know kazakhstan is not russia, but they do speak Russian.
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Answer by K2010
Of course there is
Kazakhstan is not Russia, it is an independant country
Since you are part Russian (as you claim), you should have no problem check this link
@Michael, 20 years after, but Russian is spoken and understood in all former 15 Soviet Republics
Answer by Beverley M
Yes… There are regional accents. My mother spoke Russian and often commented on that. There are also subtle differences in word usage.
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