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If I don't know too much Russian and I asked something partly in English, is it very likely that people will know what I'm saying?

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    Not really, depends which places are you willing to see. Moscow, St. Petersburg and in the other major cities/touristic places usually the younger people do speaks and understands english, but do not expect the same in the less traveled areas. about 6 years ago

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    So, I am Russian, and my English is pretty good. In our country people, who speak on 3 or more languages( not including native) is the main part of population.English, German, French, Spanish and Latin are widely spread. If you want to hear good language, speak to youth. about 6 years ago

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    Cannot say that languages are widely spread. It depends on a place and age of person whom are you speaking with. In a big cities it will be easier. But anyway it is better to know some words in russian about 6 years ago

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    Most likely not. Only if anyone knows both languages well, the would understand. almost 5 years ago

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    Speak slowly speak simple words use key words over 4 years ago

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