btw. In north Findland lives Sami people and they speak some sami languages. but it doesn't mean I want to learn all languages they are using there. I'm sure Finnish language it's enough to live there .-.
Siberia is not only little part of Russia like most ppl think. Siberia takes up roughly 77% of Russia's total territory and there lives a lot of ppl who speaks more regional languages and dialects. however ppl who are from the others ethnic groups than Russians generally live in closed societies (e.g. Nenets) and more time they are able to speak more than one language. but only about one-twentieth of the Siberian population consists of aboriginal groups, all the rest are Russian-speaking Siberians..
When ppl are not very religious it's easier to be different cuz nobody take care about it and here most of all people are practicing Catholic ._.
Some ppl have a good ear for languages and it's not hard for them to remember words in another group of languages but I'm not really talented and for me it's difficult. But if I would choose language I'd love to know I'd choose Finnish./
I don't know any French.~ and honestly the only things about France I know are historical fact from history lessons. French language is a bit weird, I can't read it and pronunciation is really hard. I know cuz my friend is learning French
I'm curious about the paganism in France. Which pagan traditions are prevalent?