Which alphabet is the Russian language derived from?

Here is the question :

WHICH ALPHABET IS THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE DERIVED FROM?


Here is the option for the question :

  • Runic
  • Etruscan
  • Cyrillic
  • Latin

The Answer:

And, the answer for the the question is :

Cyrillic

Explanation:

[STC00586] Given that the Russian script is completely different from the English alphabet, it might be very challenging for native English speakers to become fluent in the Russian language. The Russian alphabet was derived from the Cyrillic alphabet, which was developed during the 9th century First Bulgarian Empire at the Preslav Literary School by St. Cyril (after which the alphabet is named). The Russian alphabet is derived from the Greek and Hebrew alphabets, and it consists of 33 characters. Some of the letters look like those in the Latin alphabet, although they don’t always sound the same. Aside from visual recognition, the phonetic pronunciations of words and the Russian accent make it even more difficult to become fluent in the language. Good luck, or Udaci!