Saturday, 23 November 2013

blizkie ,'the close ones'

This week I have entertained myself with reading reports on poverty in Russia and Bulgaria. The perception of poverty in these country makes an interesting read, but it will not be the main topic of discussion today. Instead, it will be the words близкий near, close.

This word appeared in the Russian report and there was something similar in the Bulgarian one, so of course I needed to do a little comparison between my main three: Russian, Polish and Slovak to look for similarities.

  Russian Polish Slovak
  близкий blizki




While we are at it. Say hello to my new friend - привет моему новому другу:


Russian Polish Slovak
сова sowa sova

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