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Russia’s English skills put to the test before World Cup

By DW
05 June 2018   |   10:44 am
It’s said that only thirty per cent of Russians speak English. But then why should they? It’s Russia, after all. But we wanted to check on how they’re doing now that the world will be arriving on their doorstep for the World Cup.

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