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February 3, 2012 at 2:40am
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Venn diagram that shows the intersections of the Greek, Latin and Russian alphabet.

Venn diagram that shows the intersections of the Greek, Latin and Russian alphabet.

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  3. pleasetellmehowtobreathe reblogged this from craigariathy1 and added:
    Knowing Russian, this kinda explains why learning more languages is easier…
  4. craigariathy1 reblogged this from moreausisland and added:
    Are there any other languages that sometimes maybe still use the Greek alphabet or modified phonecian or something?
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    Cyrillic jgajskld ; O;
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    Cyrillic*
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    Venn diagram that shows the intersections of the Greek, Latin and Russian alphabet.