The author, John Fowles (The French Lieutenant's Woman, The Magus, The Collector, etc.), said that you can only think as big as your vocabulary. IMO, one of the reasons there is such a ridiculous (but deadly) political circus going on the US right now is the dumbing-down of its citizens. They can't think beyond simplistic, usually emotional concepts. If you try to get them to think, you can get "whupped" for being one of those know-it-all intellectuals. There are many superficial reasons for this phenomenon, but to a great extent it's part of what passes for conservative politics (can't get government telling people what to do or think, like teaching them things in school) and conservative fiscal "responsibility" (why should we pay our hard-earned money to education a bunch of poor people?). And then there's the racist element to it, but I won't go into that.
Okay, i try out the russian alphabet. Please say if anything's wrong: A=А B=Б C=К or when sharp like a "S" С D=Д E=Э F=Ф G=? H=Х I=И J= Dont exists, i think, just in variations. Like Jo=Ю or ja=Я K=К L=Л M=М N=Н O=О P=П Q=don't exists i think R=Р S=С T=Т U=У V=В W=В (В = like a mixture between v+w)
Here's the alphabet in Russian alphabetical order (I'm fairly sure but not completely). I'm really not certain how to categorize е Е and э Э. "э" sounds more-or-less like an English "e", and the Russian "e" is pronounced "yeh", although in many words it seems to take on a pronunciation similar to English.
Ee Ее (???? - they look the same on a typewriter, while Ээ doesn't look like "e" at all. See note above.)
Ъъ (silent hard sign)
Ьь (silent soft sign) Ee Ээ (???? See note above.)