One More (Possibly Unusual) Info Request
jerome.eteve at gmail.com
Wed Nov 6 10:05:50 GMT 2013
recently published map of second languages in London:
No sign of russian.
On 6 November 2013 09:54, Dave Cross <dave at dave.org.uk> wrote:
> Quoting "Randy J. Ray" <rjray at blackperl.com>:
>> But here's the (possibly unusual) request part: I've been studying Russian
>> for a bit, and would like to find and visit an area with a preponderance of
>> Russian businesses. Not to practice, goodness no, I'm still very weak at it.
>> Rather, I wanted to snap some photos and possibly find a semi-Russian-themed
>> souvenir for my Russian teacher. For lack of a better example, a
>> neighborhood like the one depicted in "Eastern Promises", where I would see
>> a lot of Cyrillic on the storefronts, and I might find the local
>> Russian-language newspapers.
> Wikipedia has a good piece on the locations used in Eastern Promises.
> But I'm not a regular enough visitor to those part of London to know whether
> they actually have the kinds of business you're looking for.
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