RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN MONGOLIA TODAY
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RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IN MONGOLIA TODAY
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S0321-50750000616-3-1
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Authors
Vladislav I. Terentyev 
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56-60
Abstract
The article describes the current status of the Russian language in Mongolia. The image and place of the Russian language is characterized on materials, made by personal observations and statistics in the context of the popularity of English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese languages in the educational process of Mongolia. It is known that the Russian population continues to perceive the modern Mongolia as the former «sxteenth satellite Soviet Republic» and believed that the Russian language is still widely spoken here. However, young Mongolians prefer to study other languages in reality under geopolitically and ethnoculturally changing situations. At the same time, part of the Mongolian elites are still interested in the language of the «northern neighbor». Therefore, it is necessary to create needs for Russian-speaking personnel and cadres as well as to expand presence of Russian education under a new phase of development in Mongolia.
Keywords
Mongolia, the Russian language, language’s image, Russian’s images
Date of publication
01.09.2017
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