Екатерина (katissalabskaya) wrote in linguaphiles,

Introducting myself

Hello everybody!
I've been watching this community for some time till I felt it was time I joined it. My only native language is Russian but I have studied English and French at school and Italian, German and Latin at the university. I'm currently studying Esperanto and Ancient Greek and I hope to be still able to learn some other languages, both 'dead' and living.
I work as a freelance translator while I'm doing a postgraduate research at the faculty of history at the Moscow State University (my subject is related to Russian officers during Napoleonic wars) and I'm open to discussions on Russian history (preferably not this of the 20th century), Russian language and Russian culture, especially literature, in any of the languages listed above. Except for the Ancient Greek, unfortunately.

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