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9 Apr 2017

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In connection with globalization, the languages of ethnic minorities are unprotected. They are formally protected by some kind of state's lows, but in real life, such laws don't always work because of hard pressure by politics or some other. Russian is formally more important if a person wants to study or work in the territory of the Russian federation. The younger generation is reoriented to the Russian language and the sphere of application for the minority's languages remains only the sphere, associated first of all with folk crafts such as reindeer herding. does this sound natural?

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