Russian is Slavonic (originating in the area of Poland) and German is Germanic (the dominate language base of most of western Europe, derived from many Indo-European dialects, except for the Latin language based French and Italian etc..) The two are not similar but steeped in a cultural cause and effect melding of dominance due to warfare and economic need. Germanic languages are not similar to Slavonic in their structure or alphabets. But it is difficult to completely separate the two or any of the European languages. We often find similarities in shared words as we do with the French, for example. None of this is definitive.
They are both Indo-European languages, yet they do not appear to be closely related.
This is based on a Critical Period Hypothesis that suggests that you cannot learn a language once you are out of puberty. Sadly, there is some truth to it. It is way harder for you to learn a language once you get older. However, this is not absolute. To my knowledge, the idea is not based on sufficient evidence. To the contrary, I have seen many people who achieve a native-level fluency while having learnt the language as adults. I have to dismiss it due to lack of sufficient evidence and existence of counter-evidence. That’s not to say that fluency is easy. That’s not to say it’s something you can achieve with moderate efforts. Still, it’s to say that it’s impossible (save for accent).
The recommendation of bilingual study between German and Russian in this app, It is because the first page of the app which the alphabets of the two languages are indicated in three columns, the first column is the list of the alphabet of German which is similar to English are easy to understand and the second column shows the Russian alphabets, the third column where they are listed line by line and in parallel where the pronunciation are shown are compared with each other. It is clearly shown the differences and the similarity of the two languages so learning is more interested. The purpose of publishing this app is learning the languages in pair is to increase the interest of learning them and learning in an enjoyable way.
We aimed to illustrate the difference and the same issues between the two languages. By the way of comparison of each issues of this app, it is simpler to learn new things where memorization is highly needed, the other part of the apps is shown part of speech, noun, adjective and adverb by each page.
By the end of the studying through the app, you know both languages separately and how similar and different of the two languages are.
The effect and efficiency of the learning two languages at the same time depends upon the choice of pairing the languages. It is important to choose the right pair of languages. Among the major languages in the world, these two languages are comparatively similar. If the choice of the languages is right, it will make learning more effectively. We propose to develop the apps which are designed to let learner more easily to learn. Russian and German have the similar grammatical structure of the case system while other language seldom apply. German have 4 cases system while Russian have 6 cases system of the grammar structure. They are also major and popular languages in the world.
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