Такого запису не існує.
А щойно існував. Проте те воно й "автономний режим", щоб відновити.
I have perhaps a rather odd question. I guess this question is addressed to those who know Russain not as what it is, but also what it was and was not.
Recently, I've come across a few intriguing articles on the internet:
Нерусский русский язык
Белорусское государство Великое княжество Литовское
The gist of it is that Russian wasn't the language spoken in what had become Russia, there used to be other non-Slavic languages spoken (e.g. Finnish and alike), but over the time that all evolved into Russian. However, as the article(s) state, that was not without a help. Russian was based on Bulgarian used in church and since then has changed a lot...
As for Russian being somehow based on Bulgarian, ignore this, or get a good history of the Russian language :). This is a common exaggeration, usually politically motivated.
The conception of Russian as "Bulgarian-Finnish esperanto" is entirely bullshit, used by Ukrainian and Bielorussian nationalist propaganda.
I read the articles you mention, and laughed a lot.
This information is nonsense. Unfortunately such historical sci-fi is very popular in Russia and around it.
I'd advise you not to pay attention to these.
Russian, Belorussian and Ukrainian languages are the branches of medieval East-Slavonic language. All of them have differences, which are appeared to be mostly - loanings from European languages. They are not very different, people of these languages can understand each other without enterpreter.
That's not a historical fiction, in fact. ^_^ It's propaganda. First article was obviously written by some Ukrainian nationalist, and these people are notorious for strongarming the history to their need.
The articles are stupid.
I am Russian, lived almost all my life in Moscow, and I have no problems in understanding Ukrainian. It took me a few days to learn those words and grammatic constructions (mostly Polish) that make difference between Russian and Ukrainian.
Russian is NOT based on bulgarian.
pan_andriyPlease ignore you read before and just compare below attached russian and bulgarian words:
двигаться движа се
детская обувь детски обувки
мужская обувь мъжки обувки
обучаться обучавам се
доска объявлений дъска за обявления
Russian language is not a language of russian peasants, like uknainian one. Russia use artificial language based of bulgarian lexicon and ukrainian grammar, because "russian" language until 18-th century has been developed far from Muscovia:
Russian people has lost their traditional dialects, because they never had grammar. Actually "russian" culture is continuing culture of middleage Ukraine. At the beginning of 18-th century the ukrainization of Moscovia happend. Russian Empire is a result of this. Traditional culture of Muscovy died. Look historical reseaching for details:
"Russians" have no ethnic roots. To be russian means to be nobody. Just speek russian, divide russian imperial myth and forget about your origin. Everyone can be russian. This is a secret of succes of russian idea and this is a biggest russian mistery as well.
The canonical Moscow way of speeking has finno-ugric sourse:
визжание - [в'иж:`ан'ьь]
бедствие - [б'`ецтв'ьь]
от целевых [ац:ъл'ив`ых]
от церкви [ац:`еркв'ь]
над цветущем [нъц:в'ит`уш':ьм]
На що мені люб'язно порадили з Німеччини:
colonelrabin ("Ленивый, старый и больной...п-к Рабинович")
Please consult your psychiatryst before posting again.
Після чого усе і зникло.