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Old May 25, 2009, 12:29 AM
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Hay dos hablantes de ruso aquí en los foros, pero se me olvidaron los nombres. Déjame buscarlos. No visitan muy a menudo.

Edit: LeSia is Russian and zamarinovali is living in Russia (I'm not certain if she is a native speaker). Sibdx01 has a wife that speaks Russian; his children are bilingual Russian/Spanish.
¡Gracias rusty!

estoy escribiendo en ruso, inglés, y español, yo les mezclo para escriber en Españgliкий
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Old May 25, 2009, 07:48 PM
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Как поживаете? click on it for the sound

[Kahk pah-shee-vah-eteh?][how are you?]

hard to pronunce=============editar
Una canción que encontré mientras buscando al youtube

Por
Сплин, se lo llama, 'Выхода нет'
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Сплин (spl-een) [nombre (Splean)]
Выхода нет (Vyhoda nyet) [no exit]
Splean - No exit



'quiero se intiendo en seis meses desde ahora' que es mi objectivo

---------------------editar una vez más aimgos
Compré este libro, espero que mi decisíon es correcto ¡os diceré si el libro es cualquier bueno!



finalmente, acabo de escriber jiji


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(lo siento si lo parece muy confuso para vosotros)

Nominative Case
(tambien se llama, ''La forma de la dictionario' - sujeto de la oración

Yo te amo / Я люблю тебя
- ['Yo/Я' debe estar en el 'nominative form']



Los pronombres del 'nominative case' (1 de 6)
Yo / Я
Usted / ты
Él / он
Ella / она
It (neuter) / оно
Nosotros / мы
Vosotros / вы
Ellos / они

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Plurals -
For masculine nouns: If the word ends in a consonant, add “ы”.
Replace “й” with “и”
Replace “ь” with “и”

For feminine nouns:
Replace “я” with “и”
Replace “ь” with “и”
Replace “а” with “ы” (unless previous consonant is Г, К, Х, Ж, Ч, Ш, Щ then replace with "и" as per the spelling rules.)

For neuter nouns:
Replace “о” with “а”
Replace “е” with “я”
Por ejemplo
Собака любит тебя! (Sah-bah-kah teh-bah-Yah lyoo-blyoo) [Dogs love you!]

Соба
ки [plural] любят тебя! (Sah-bah-eeui teh-bah-Yah lyoo-blyoo) [Dogs love you!]

Siguiente - La 'Accusative Case' (2 de 6)
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Nominative Case (tambien se llama, ''La forma del diccionario' - sujeto de la oración

Yo te amo / Я люблю тебя
- ['Yo/Я' debe estar en el 'nominative form']

Los pronombres del 'nominative case' (1 de 6):

Yo / Я
Usted / ты
Él / он
Ella / она
It (neuter) / оно
Nosotros / мы
Vosotros / вы
Ellos / они

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Por ejemplo
Собака тебя любит [The dogs loves you]

Собаки любят тебя [Dogs love you]
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¡Gracias Rusty!.. Estoy preocupado sobre los casos demasiado hoy. Yo los olvidaba conjugar a los verbos Tanto que pasan en Ruso
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Yo mismo me preocupo sobre los tanto que olvidaba conjugarlos (¿Es correcto?)

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Yo mismo me preocupo sobre los tanto que olvidaba conjugarlos (¿Es correcto?)
Los is a direct object pronoun. Use the appropriate prepositional object pronoun instead. That is the part of speech you're trying to fill.
When you forget something in Spanish, it forgets you.

Me preocupaba tanto por ellos que se me olvidó conjugarlos.
= I was worrying about them so much that I forgot to conjugate them.
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Los is a direct object pronoun. Use the appropriate prepositional object pronoun instead. That is the part of speech you're trying to fill.
When you forget something in Spanish, it forgets you.

Me preocupaba tanto por ellos que se me olvidó conjugarlos.
= I was worrying about them so much that I forgot to conjugate them.
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Accusative Case (Direct object of a sentence)

Yo te amo / Я люблю т
ебя
['
te/тебя' debe estar en el 'accusative form']



Los pronombres del 'accusative case' (2 de 6)
Me / Меня
Usted / Тебя
Él / Его
Ella / Её
Nosotros / Нас
Vosotros / Вас
Ellos / Их

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Masculine Nouns: 1. If the noun is inanimate, there is no change.
2. If noun is animate and ends in a consonant, add “а”.
3. If noun is animate, replace “й”, with “я”.
4. If noun is animate, replace “ь”, add “я”.

Feminine Nouns:

1. Replace “а” with “у”.
2. Replace “я” with “ю”.
3. Does not change if a soft sign.
Neuter Nouns:

1. Inanimate nouns do not change (almost all neuter nouns are inanimate).
Por ejemplo,
Quote:
Я любю её! (Yah lyoo-byoo eh-yoh) [I love her!] [¡Yo la amo!]

Ты бидишь меня?
(Tui beed-eesh men-yah) [Do you see me?] [¿Tú me ves?]

Ты любишь Руссию?
(Руссия [nominative], ''Replace “я” with “ю”) (Tui lyoo-beesh rrus-si-yoo) [Do you love Russia?] [¿Tú amas ruso?]
Nota pequeña - El 'ы' en ruso no tiene sonido parecido en inglés o español.


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Cómo se dice "no entiendo nada" en ruso?
La versión francesa "je ne comprend pá" me ha sido muy útil muchas veces.
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