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Old May 29, 2009, 07:04 AM
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Привет и доброе утро! (unstressed 'o' is pronunced as 'ah', just a tip
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Old May 29, 2009, 07:21 AM
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That's what I was starting to get into last night; pronunciation and hard/soft letters and such, but I ran out of time before any of it really sank in.

The "good morning" part I just copied from wordreference.com "hello" I'm trying to memorize (Is it verbally pronounced as Preh'veet?)
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Old May 29, 2009, 07:32 AM
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That's what I was starting to get into last night; pronunciation and hard/soft letters and such, but I ran out of time before any of it really sank in.

The "good morning" part I just copied from wordreference.com "hello" I'm trying to memorize (Is it verbally pronounced as Preh'veet?)
Cerca Es raro.. И/и tiene un /ee/ sonido, mientras Е/е tiene un /yeh/ sonido

pree-Vyet (la б debe ser acentuado/stressed)

El 'e' (yeh,ye) da las palabras un acento de ruso
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Зною мало испанскии и говорию арглиискии.

I should really read about sentence structure first, but I gave it a shot Also, the dictionary says a couple of those 'и's should have the u-shaped accent, but I don't know how to make that. I'm using the 'Russian' language set with the 'Russian' keyboard layout (on a standard US-Int keyboard obviously).
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Зною мало испанскии и говорию арглиискии.

I should really read about sentence structure first, but I gave it a shot Also, the dictionary says a couple of those 'и's should have the u-shaped accent, but I don't know how to make that. I'm using the 'Russian' language set with the 'Russian' keyboard layout (on a standard US-Int keyboard obviously).
The Йй is the 'Qq' on keyboard I don't know any of those words but "spanish" "and" ''english", but the sentence structure is really unique in russian because you can change the order of the words and the sentence still means the same thing. This is done with the different cases in russian by changing the endings of the word to the correct case. the more I learn the more it fascinates me
Even though you can change the words around freely most of the time

Russians use the same sentence structure as in english to make it simpler
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Зною мало испанскии и говорию арглиискии.
Зною = Зноты = 'know' conjugated to first person present tense.*
Мано = little
говорию = говориты = 'Speak / say / talk' conjugated to first person present tense.*

*I haven't read much of the conjugation / grammar / spelling rules yet, so very likely these aren't correctly conjugated. The infinitives should be correct, but I went from memory rather than looking them back up.
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Does anyone know a good website on sentence construction for Russian? Things like:

Я (1)хотею (2)есть хлеб.
I want to eat bread.

1)хотеть - Want - conjugated into the "I" form.
2)есть - Eat - not conjugated because another verb was already conjugated? Are two consecutive verbs handeled the same in Russian as in Spanish

Edit: Also, I believe that "bread" should be conjugated in the accusative case, but I don't know those conjugations yet

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Does anyone know a good website on sentence construction for Russian? Things like:

Я (1)хотею (2)есть хлеб.
I want to eat bread.

1)хотеть - Want - conjugated into the "I" form.
2)есть - Eat - not conjugated because another verb was already conjugated? Are two consecutive verbs handeled the same in Russian as in Spanish

Edit: Also, I believe that "bread" should be conjugated in the accusative case, but I don't know those conjugations yet
Estoy escribiendo desde mi ipod, no tengo la página ahora. Creo que es www.russianlessons.net, hay algo información básico sobre los casos ahí.
Tambien tengo un libro bueno que se llama, "the new penguin russian
course". Sé ese nombre es raro jeje.
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Sí, uso esa pagina (russionlessons.net), pero si hay información sobre construcción de frases, yo no lo encontraba.
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Sí, uso esa pagina (russionlessons.net), pero si hay información sobre construcción de frases, yo no lo encontraba.
¿Dos conjugado verbos? No sé si es lo mismo tan español pero es probablemente lo mismo

Las lecciones, que encontré más ayuda, son sobre los casos, después de leerlas ruso es un poco más fácil.

Pienso que las lecciones sobre los casos me ayudaron con la construcción de la frases mucho por que ellos explicaron como conjugar los nombres en los diferentes casos. Los casos son un gran parte del idioma

Espero que me puedes comprender
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