Jump to navigation. Mastering more than two languages is a tough feat even for adults, but this 4-year-old Russian girl Bella Devyatkina has already mastered seven languages including Russian, English, German, Spanish, French, Chinese and Arabic. The little girl has been making headlines for her skill and have become an internet sensation after videos of her speaking all the above mentioned languages fluently in a reality TV show went viral. Bella participated in the 'Incredible People' show and effortlessly showcased how fluent she is in seven languages. She read questions that popped on the huge screen in English and French, answered those, and sang a Spanish song. Bella's mother Yulia said that her daughter has been learning different languages since birth and that she started with Russian and English.
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Vasilisa pushes off and hurtles towards the ski jump. A backside double cork and soft landing follow, every movement pure poetry. Nothing unusual for a snowboard fanatic, unless you factor in that Vasilisa is five years old. Natalia and Anton Yermakov have long been snowboarding aficionados, but they had no plans to attach their little daughter to a board. She and Anton watched open-mouthed. Vasilisa was three years old at the time. To begin with, her parents introduced her to downhill skiing.
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Anastasia Knyazeva has gained massive admiration from people all over the world. Her seemingly impeccable beauty managed to amass a legion of fans online with over half a million netizens devotedly following her on Instgram. Her charms became her tool to achieve a successful modeling career as a child.
Life-changing surgery is finally possible thanks to a Russian fund - and you, readers of The Siberian Times. Darina with parents in her native town of Gromadsk, Krasnoyarsk region. Picture: Vera Salnitskaya. Darina's visit to Moscow in spring , pictures and video by Valeria Sukhova.