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Russian Exemption Letters

Russian alphabet (Russian:  .russkiy alfavit, IPA:  uses letters from the Cyrillic script to write the Russian language. The modern Russian alphabet consists of 33 letters.

yril was a Greek monk who, with Methodius, brought written language to Christian converts in the mid-9th century (c.860) in what is now Russia. The Cyrillic alphabet is closely based on the Greek alphabet, with about a dozen additional letters invented to represent Slavic sounds not found in Gree

There are sixteen Russian letters that do not exist in English but have familiarpronunciation. The include and sounds like "b" in buy, blue

The Russian Orthodox Church adopted Old Russian in the 10th century as the official language of services and sermons. As the church was the main educator,Cyrillic became the alphabet for the Old Russian language. It included the full Greek alphabet (24 letters) and has 19 additional letters for Slavonic sounds.Mar 17, 2019
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