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Old May 21, 2009, 03:42 PM
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¿Estas aprendiendo Ruso?

Quiero empezar un hilo sobre el idioma de Ruso. Estoy aprendíendolo, y presentaré algo слова (slah-vah) [words] aquí
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I want to start a thread about the Russian language. I am learning it and will post words here.

Russian Word (pronunciation) [meaning]
Palabra Rusa (pronunciación) [significado]
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Русскиm язык (Roos-skeem yah-zik) [Russian language]

Английского язык (Ahn-glee-skah-vah yah-zik) [English language]
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You have to say significado instead of sinificar.
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You have to say significado instead of sinificar.
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what are the greetings in Russian?
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Yo os doy algos saludos

Здравствуйте - (zdra-stvooy-tye) - [hello formal]
Привет - (pree-vyet) - [hello informal]
Меня зовут ... - (min-ya za-voot) - [My name is ...]

Джессика - (Dzhes-see-kah) Jessica
jeje yo trataba traducirlo a tu nombre, pero ruso es difícil No hay letra "j"

Si, cualquier quiere su nombre en Ruso, trataré traducirlo por tu, necesito practicar escribiendo el alfabeto de Cyrillic Pregúntame
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wow Russian looks so complicated much more than Chinese!

especially the pronunciation (sp?)
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wow Russian looks so complicated much more than Chinese!

especially the pronunciation (sp?)
Sí, no pienso que Ruso podría muy difícil, pero es muchooo difícil.

Chino parece mucho más difícil por que no hay alfabeto
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actually there is....but the pronunciation of them are different from English's my bad, there really isn't. look here...

btw, does "Ya tebya liubliu" mean "I love you" in Spanish I meant Russian ?

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actually there is....but the pronunciation of them are different from English's

btw, does "Ya tebya liubliu" mean "I love you" in Spanish?
I dont think that is spanish. Ya = already, but the other words I dont know

(yo) te amo = I love you
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oh oh oh I actually meant Russian not Spanish

I knew Te amo was I love you in Spanish (and Latin).

Ya tebya liubliu is RUSSIAN isn't it?
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