Introduction to Russian Alphabet: 2

Оkay, let’s add something to that. The letter n in Russian looks like an h:


You can easily remember N is Н in Russian if you remember that both N in English and Н in Russian consist of three lines.

Also, do you remember how the letter t in Russian looks just like the English T both when it is minuscule and majuscule (so, Russian has Т and т while English has T and t). The same happens with M. It also happens for K, for the minuscule K in Russian looks just like it’s bigger copy:


Okay, knowing this, you can write the name of a tiny country in Europe (note that it's spelled with a k and not a c in Russian):

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