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Dating and merriage customs in canada

; others who never used the language in their life forget it with the time and can only read and translate - but the base is there, so they are usually able to start speaking English fluently in 6-8 months when live in an English speaking country.

Loud laughing at background in sitcoms they find irritating and stupid.

There is also a difference between western men living in the west and Russian men living in Russia (and I am certainly not a big fond of the patriarchal, chauvinistic Russian family model).

You live in a certain society and you become a part of this society, whether you want it or not.

They do it because they want to meet a suitable partner for marriage. They don't have a different type of character, and they also love shopping and chatting.

They are human beings and they are definitely not perfect. Another important difference is that Russian women (and Russians in general) have very low self-esteem. While Western women think that they are goddesses and able to cope with anything on their own, a Russian woman (living in Russia and married to a Russian man) will rarely leave a bad (really BAD) husband because of the fear that she won't find another one.

If you ever had a job, or hired someone to work for you, who was the one who won out of your arrangement? Now, tell me where a Russian woman will be better off - in Russia where police often won't even accept complaints about physical abuse against one's partner, or in America where a patrol will be immediately sent to regulate any home-based dispute, and appropriate measures taken?

I guess both sides won, although sometimes the situation is more beneficial for the employer, and sometimes for the employee. I am sorry if my site gave you such an impression, it cannot be further from the truth.

The greatest difference between Russian women and western women is precisely captured by linguistics: in English you call it, "to share your life with" and in Russian they call it, "to join our lives together".