Question: What language do Georgians speak?

Is Georgian similar to Russian?

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What kind of language is Georgian?

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Does Georgians speak Russian?

English is now compulsory and Russian optional. On the streets of Georgias capital Tbilisi, where blue European Union flags flutter outside the parliament building, all Georgians over the age of 40 speak Russian fluently. Shopkeepers are happy to converse in Russian.

Can Georgians speak English?

One may say, that nowadays, everyone knows international language, but its partly true. Almost every second adult, the new generation of Georgia knows speaking English fluently, but the older ones- not a single word. It is one of the oldest languages in the whole world.

Is Russian useful in Georgia?

Despite the Soviet Unions collapse, ties with the west and the influx of English, Russian still remains a very useful language in the region. After Russian intervention in South Ossetia and Abkhazia, Georgia is pulling away from its former master with aspirations of joining the European Union.

Is Georgia a safe country to live in?

The crime rate in Georgia is reported to be very low and is exactly why it has made it to eighth place in the safest countries in the world list. Based on the recent investigations, 98% Georgians, who took part in the survey, said that they feel 100% safe being at Georgia territory.

Does Russia own Georgia?

Currently 20% of Georgias internationally recognized territory is under Russian military occupation.

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