Russian Translation

How useful is Russian?

Number of speakers

As the official language of the Soviet Union, which encompassed not only Russia but a significant part of Eastern Europe, Russia is the most geographically widespread language of Eurasia. There are currently 258 million Russian speakers worldwide. Being able to communicate with such a large market in their native tongue is a definite asset.

Russian culture

By landmass, Russia is the largest country in the world. It straddles two continents (Asia and Europe), has eleven time zones and boasts a rich and varied geography, with deserts, frozen coastline, marshes and pine forests. Historical sites of interest abound in locations such as St. Petersburg and Moscow. Discovering Russia necessitates a deep understanding of the language and its culture.

International importance

Russian is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. It is also considered one of the world’s most powerful countries. This is as a result of its economic, political and military influence, as well as its international alliances.

How difficult is Russian?


Russian grammar is challenging for foreign learners. In part, this is due to its case system. There are six cases in Russian: nominative, accusative, prepositional, genitive, dative, and instrumental. In each case, words also have a form for singular and a form for plural.


Slavic languages, including Russian, are typically described as sounding very harsh. These unique sounds can be difficult to imitate. Furthermore, there is no rule governing where the stress should fall on words in Russian. A change in stress, however, can change the meaning of a word. Pronunciation is particularly important for Russian interpretation services, or for video or sound content being translated into Russian.

The alphabet

To write in Russian, knowing the Cyrillic alphabet is necessary. Although the Latin alphabet is considered a sister alphabet, the Cyrillic alphabet has its own unique origins. Based on the Greek alphabet, it was developed in the First Bulgarian Empire during the late 9th century. Russian translation requires professional expertise, especially when dealing with document translations.