Is Russian the same language as German in a way
Please stop spamming DKMTENN
You'd have to go back a few thousand years before you got to their common ancestral language... At least six thousand years.
Look up Proto-Indo-European. It's the ancestral language to languages all over the world.
Best response ever.
Lol, so true.
Latin is not "Spanish and English". Spanish is an evolution of Latin. English is what happens when an isolated island of natives gets invaded by Romans, Normans, and Danes.
Care to elaborate on that last one?
This is like saying, "Is 2 the same thing as 3?" Of course they aren't.
What does that have to do with it?
First of all, Germany attacked Russia
But why would a war between the two have any effect on the similarity of their languages?
Because nobody knows for sure? :)
Oh boy. Is Chinese the same language too?
You do realize you've changed the topic like three times in as many comments, right?
He's trolling. He's dkmtenn