روس دیلی

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
(روسجا-دن يوْل‌لاندیریلمیش)
Russian
russkiy yazyk
русский язык[۱]
تلفوظ[ˈruskʲɪj jɪˈzɨk] ( )
دوْغما دانیشانلارروسیه
دوْغما دانیشانلار
۱۵۰ million  (2010)[۲]
260 million (آنا دیلی plus L2 speakers) (2012)[۳]
قاباقکی فوْرم
کیریل الیفباسی (Russian alphabet)
Russian Braille
رسمی وضعیت
رسمی دیلی
تانینمیش
آزینلیق دیلی
تنظیمله‌ینRussian Language Institute[۳۰] at the Russian Academy of Sciences
دیل کوْدلاری
ISO 639-1ru
ISO 639-2rus
ISO 639-3rus
Glottologruss1263
Linguasphere53-AAA-ea < دوغو اسلاو دیللری
(varieties: 53-AAA-eaa to 53-AAA-eat)
Russian language status and proficiency in the World.svg
States where Russian is an official language (dark blue) or spoken as a first or second language by 30% or more of the population (teal)

روس دیلی (روسجا:русский язык) هیند-اۇروپا دیل عائیله‌سینه منسوب و دوغو اسلاو دیللرینین قوْلونا باغلی بیر دیلدیر. بۇ دیل عۆموماً روسیه و شرقی اوروپا اؤلکه‌لرینده دانیشیلیر. روسجا کیریل الیفباسی ایله یازیلیر.

روس الیفباسی[دَییشدیر]

روسجادا ۳۳ حرف واردیر:

А
/a/
Б
/b/
В
/v/
Г
/ɡ/
Д
/d/
Е
/ye/
Ё
/yo/
Ж
/j/
З
/z/
И
/i/
Й
/y/
К
/k/
Л
/l/
М
/m/
Н
/n/
О
/o/
П
/p/
Р
/r/
С
/s/
Т
/t/
У
/u/
Ф
/f/
Х
/h/
Ц
/ts/
Ч
/ç/
Ш
/ş/
Щ
/şç/
Ъ
/قالینلاشدیرما ایشارتی

/||Ы
/ı/||Ь
/یۇموشاقلیق ایشارتی/||Э
/e/||Ю
/yu/||Я
/ya/

قایناقلار[دَییشدیر]

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