CHANGES IN THE RUSSIAN SPEECH OF ETHNIC GERMANS IN MODERN GERMANY

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The community of the German-speaking population is heterogeneous in its ethnic, cultural and religious composition. Along with immigrants from all over the world, it includes immigrants from the former Soviet Union, ethnic Germans or their distant relatives. The solidarity of the community thus is ensured by the use of the Russian language within the family and in the friendly, neighboring environment. However, the degree of the Russian language preservation in this community is different, as the language is separated from its metropolis and functions in a constant contact with the German language as the title language of Germany. Our research of the emigrant language belonging to the settlers from the CIS at different times and due to different reasons shows how significant this heterogeneity is.


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E M Nedopekina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

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Email: enedopekina@gmail.com
Miklukho-Maklaya str., 10-2A, Moscow, Russia, 117198

Candidate in Philology, Assistant of the Department of General and Russian Linguistics, Philological Faculty, RUDN University

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