Comments for en-gb 30 Wed 23 Jul 2014 01:05:28 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at makisgr slavic alphabet was not used in ancient times because it was created by the greeks Kyrillos and Methodios who were sent to Serbia and slavic speaking countries to make slavs christians and to make them an alphabet. Slavic alphabet its based on the greek one. Furthermore the latin alphabet is based on the greek. The greek alphabet is based on the Phoenician alphabet which is no longer in use Tue 13 Sep 2011 14:40:30 GMT+1 bokinhvan_20 Hi veronika and every one I have just read your post in student blog. Thanks you very much. It is very helpful . I have known more information about belarus and russian. i am so surprising when know you can use three language: russian, english and belarusian. i realy want to know how do you use them.i am studying english and i hope you could help me more and more by post blog. Thanks so much againBest wish Sun 26 Dec 2010 07:42:55 GMT+1 paula hallo from Poland :)ur blog is graet :) Thu 23 Dec 2010 17:22:04 GMT+1 beatriz Hello, Natanael! Very happy to hear from you! Thanks God, I´m very well. My holidays have been always in Argentina and this season I´ll go to the beach Pinamar. It´s near Mar del Plata. Our coast is windy and the sea is cold but I like it. My children, grandchildren and the rest tell I choose it because I don´t know the Brazilian beaches, but I love Argentina and I feel more confident at home. Thanks for your wishes and the best for you and your family! Beatriz. Argentina. Wed 22 Dec 2010 16:24:31 GMT+1 Natanael Hello Biatriz,How are you doing?Will come to Brazil on the Summer?Merry christmas and happy new year for you and your family.Cheers - Natanael from Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Wed 22 Dec 2010 11:47:32 GMT+1 Natanael Hi Marina from Moscow.How are you doing? I'm glad to hear from you.Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.Bye , Natanael form Brazil. Wed 22 Dec 2010 11:45:57 GMT+1 Natanael Hi Pary,How are you doing, man? I'd like to wish you a very good year, FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.Cheers - Natanael - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Wed 22 Dec 2010 11:43:43 GMT+1 Natanael Hello Veronika,Your post about language is very interesting ! Our alphabet is almost the same of english. We just not use frequently the letters "w" "y" and "k", officialy these letters its not a part of our alphabet, but we use it.Just to let you know (curiosities). Veronika is a very beautiful name in Brazil but here is VERONICA with "C". Some names in Russian (Here the name is "RUSSIA" and "Belarusian" is "BIELORUSSIA", now is the same you said "BELARUS", very beautiful name too.CCCP, here was "URSS" in portuguese is União das Republicas Socialistas Sovieticas.So, just to let know, here it's a very hot Summer (42ºC), and it's very hot!Sometimes there are hard rain, and it's a big problem. I'm seeing by the tv about the winter there. Crazy world (^_^).Merry Christmas dear Veronika and Happy New Year for you and your family. God bless you on your new 2011 and if you have a chance come to the tropics. Cheers - Natanael - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil Wed 22 Dec 2010 11:41:58 GMT+1 Pary Hi dear Veronica , Interesting to know about your two state languages and it 's origin . I wish I had a good knowledge of Europe history to understand it better . I 'm interested to know about how you improved your English as it 's too fluent and to know more about you and your subject in university if you don't mind ! Please keep going the good job of bloging as still you have time !Merry christmas and happy new year ! Cheers Wed 22 Dec 2010 11:02:25 GMT+1 beatriz Dear Veronika: Music is a universal language and "Prayer" the ballade in the video sounds for us, Argentina people, as sweet and nostalgic as if it were sang in Russian. I like it very much, it is moving. Thanks for your material. The best for you. Beatriz. Tue 21 Dec 2010 23:11:22 GMT+1 mbagema Hi Veronika,Thank you very much for reminder about VIE (vocal and instrumental ensemble) Pesnjayry. This ensemble was a popular when I was a childe and I remember some song from that time and after your blog I lapsed into nostalgia :). If you remember, their song “Mowed Yas konyushinu” was used in the most popular cartoon “Just you wait!” (Nu pogodi). Thank you for nostalgia!Veronika, your language indeed similar to Russian. I cannot understand only some word but generic meaning is clear.Best regard,look forward to read new post.Marina form Moscow Tue 21 Dec 2010 20:45:41 GMT+1 Kuthy Hi Veronika,We know your people as White Russian. Why is it called like that? Can you explain it? Thanks Kuthy from Ankara Tue 21 Dec 2010 12:03:37 GMT+1 Kuthy Hi Veronika,I think speaking Belarussian must be difficult everywhere in Belarussia after the many years of Russian politic,economic and cultural hegemony on your people.What do you think about it? We know your people as White Russian. Why your people is called like that? Can you explain it?Thanks.Kuthy from Ankara Tue 21 Dec 2010 12:01:08 GMT+1 Krypan11 Hi, Veronika (Weronika in Polish btw ;))Thanks for very great blog...I live in Poland but i don't know too much about Belarus :( i hope you change it ;). Moreover thx for great you know that some of words sound very simlarly to polish ones?have a great dayKrzysztof Tue 21 Dec 2010 10:51:05 GMT+1 Aitor Artaiz Dear Veranika,I am really interested on language so I like your last post.Tereza: there are a lot of countries in which there are more than one official language. For example in Belgium (French and Flemish), the Basque Country (Spanish, French and Basque), Canada (French and English), etc.Regards Mon 20 Dec 2010 22:06:33 GMT+1 Tereza Hi Veronika,nice song :-) It was clearly audible that it was in Slavic language - I could even understand some words.For me, I cannot imagine to have two state languages. Which language do you speak at home? Russian? Or both? And how it is with schools? The children must be confused...Have a nice day,Tereza Mon 20 Dec 2010 18:29:56 GMT+1 feyrusfer first time ,ı have wrote some comment on this blog,Hi veronika,ı read all your story about your country with pleasure that.Thanks.Feyrusfer from ıstanbul Mon 20 Dec 2010 16:44:09 GMT+1