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Ok! As I promised I’ve created the Russian thread!
You can see ‘English Version = Russian version using Cyrillic = English pronunciation ’

Figure Skating = Фигурное катание = Figurnoye kataniye

Jumps = Прыжки = Pryzhki
Double = Двойной = Dvoinoi
Triple = Тройной = Troinoi
Quadruple = Четверной = Chyetvyernoi
The words, which are connected with jumps, are usually pronounced like in English
Lutz = Лутц = Lutts
Flip = Флип = Flip
Toe Loop = Тулуп = Tulup
Salchow = Сальхов = Salkhov
Axel = Аксель= Aksyel
For example Double Flip = Двойной Флип = Dvoinoi Flip

Spins = Вращения = Vrashchyeniya
Sit Spin = Волчок = Volchok
Evgeny’s Bagel = Бублик= Bublik
Biellmann Spins = Бильман = Bilman (The same element exists in gymnastics. It was one of my favorite elements, which I had in every program. But in gymnastics we called it really funny. We called it ‘Privyet’. We usually use this word to say ‘Hello’ to our friends)

Olga (who hopes it’s possible to understand )


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Wow, thank you Olga! How say you : How go you?
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Gislaine, can you see Cyrillic on the screen?

There are many version of this phrase .
You can say:
How are you? = Как ты? = Kak ty?
You can say it to your friends.
Or people usually say:
Как у тебя дела? = Kak u tyebya dyela?
It's more polite to say so!
=> In English it would be ‘how are your affairs?'

Or for adults it's better to say:
Как у Вас дела? = Kak u vas dyela?

In English there's not any difference between you and you. But in Russian we say 'Вы'='Vy' for adults or for people whom you've not known during the long time.
But For friends we say 'ты'='ty'.

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Thank you Olga!!!

That's really interesting!

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'Spassiba' Olga!

For those of you who can see the Cyrillic alphabet but do not understand the letters, here is an explanation of one letter (maybe we will do one a day). The letter that looks like O with a line through the center of it -- that is the same as the letter 'F' (fffffffff, or ppphhhhhhhh).

So if you visit a Russian web site, you will be able to identify the word for "photo" .

That is true about "you". French also has a "you" for formal encounters (strangers, your elders, your parents, etc.), which is "vous" (vou). "Vous" is also the plural of 'you', so even if you are talking to both of your best friends, you use 'vous'. The informal 'you' is 'tu'. Of course, it is impossible to always know when to use which 'you'. I could create a thread about that topic alone (BTW, I will add this to the French lesson thread).

I believe the English language had two versions of 'you' a long time ago, maybe 500 years ago. During Medieval times in Europe, the word "thou" was often used. Now we just think of William Shakespeare when we hear that word.

Karen

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Aww now I see Russian is somehow similar to Polish (spoken, of course), though the alphabet is really different.
Olga, thanks for explaining also the pronunciation, you're doing a great job

Gosia

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Karen, thank you very much!
No more questions
Katya had her Birthday yesterday.
So I can explain how to congratulate someone on his Birthday.
We say ‘С днем рождения’ = ‘S dnyom rozhdyeniya’

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I will add another skating word

Ice rink = каток

I think having a pronunciation guide will be more helpful than listing one new letter each day. So, here is the alphabet with it's english pronunciation.

А = ah
Б = b
В = v
Г = g
Д = d
Е = ye
Ё = yo
Ж = zh
З = z
И = ee
Й = i
К = k
Л = l
М = m
Н = n
О = oh
П = p
Р = r
С = s
Т = t
У = oo
Ф = f
Х = kh
Ц = ts
Ч = ch
Ш = sh
Щ = shch
Ы = i
Э = e
Ю = yoo
Я = ya
There is also the b which is the soft sign. It means the preceding consonant is softened. And the Ъ is the hard sign. Generally you will use this as a break between syllables.

My name spelled in Russian would be KatЯ

~Katya

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Thank you KatЯ!

Wow, that alphabet looks really difficult

So, my name would be НЙНa or НЫНa They don't have the normal "a" as a letter, I think!?

Nina

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As we would say it here in the US, your name would be spelled Нина. I'm not sure how the pronunciation differs in Germany though.

Once you are familiar with it, the alphabet is not all that difficult. At first, seeing the cryllic letters and discovering that some letters that look like the english ones are actually other letters is daunting ... but once you get used to it, it's not that hard at all.
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French, German, and now Russian. Thanks, everyone.

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I’d like to add some other words about figure skating:

Gold medal = золотая медаль = Zolotaya myedal
Silver medal = серебряная медаль = Syeryebryanaya myedal
Bronze medal = бронзовая медаль = Bronzovaya myedal

Coach = тренер = tryenyer
Figure skater = фигурист = figurist
For girls/women
Figure skater = фигуристка = figuristka

Olga


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Ok, thank you Katya!
And also thanks to Olga for all the vocabulary!

Нина

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How would the name "Brian Joubert" be spelled in the Cyrillic alphabet?

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Thank you very much for teaching us, ladies!

Karen, that's a good question!

And how would my name be spelled? Hm, the German "ai" is pronounced like the English "i". But what about the German "e" Katya used "И = ee" for Nina's name, that means it is the German "i". So I think I should use "Э = e". Then my name would be MЙКЭ


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Olga...Thank you so much for your input in this Russian language thread. Would it also be possible to show the accent marks indicating the stressed part of the words? That would help me, at least, LOL.

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Thank you Katya ! Shall I try to use this alphabet?
Or it’s normal to understand how I do it now?
I read Brian prefers his first name to be pronounced in English. So…
Brian Joubert = Брайан Жубер = Braian Zhubyer
Or another variant
Бриан Жубер = Brian Zhubyer (You can see it in Russian newspapers. But sometimes they write the first variant and in the next sentence they use the other)

Mary, I don’t know how to show the stress. But I can try to use a rule which is used in one of my English Grammar books.
For example friend = дрУг = drUg
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In the case of that word .. that U would be pronounced like OO ... not like the english word it looks like

a male friend is droog, a female drooga
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Thank you Katya !
Correct me when I’m wrong with pronunciation, please .

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a male friend is droog, a female drooga
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The first part is correct. But for a female we say:
“подруга”=”podrooga”
The stressed part of this word is "oo" again.
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It wasn't wrong Olga, it is what we would call a long U sound. The word spelled drug is the english word for лекарство and is pronounced more like драг and I was afraid it would be misunderstood as the short u.
It has been a while since I've had the chance to speak Russian, I messed up I'm sorry!

New skating word
Blade - лезвие - lezviy

Olga tells me that sometime commentators will add the second word and say lezviy konkov, but mostly people just use lezviy.
~Katya

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New words about figure skating :
Warm up = разминка = razminka(The stressed part of this word is ‘i’)
SP = короткая программа = korOtkaya progrAmma
LP = произвольная программа = proizvOlnaya progrAmma
Exhibitions = показательные выступления = pokazAtyelniye vystuplyeniya(the stressed part of this word ‘ye’)

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Here is an article to test one's knowledge of the Cyrillic alphabet . One of the headlines reads "Figure Skating". The other headline includes the name Tatiana Tarassova.

www.sport-express.ru/art.shtml?108080

BTW, someone has already done an English translation at fsuniverse:

www.fsuniverse.net/forum/...hp?t=27593

Interesting interview !

Karen

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Thank you Karen !
It's a really interesting interview!
And I think they have a good interpreter at fsuniverse !
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You know what? I have forgotten most of the numbers in Russian . I only remember the number 5 = 'pyatz' because my professor would say that number if she liked something one of the students said (the equivalent of an 'A' grade, I guess).

Can someone write 1 through 10?

'Spassiba'

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A new question
Thank you, Karen!

1 = один =odin
2 = два = dva
3 = три = tri
4 = четыре = chyetyrye
5 = пять = pyat
6 = шесть = shest
7 = семь = syem
8 = восемь = vosyem
9 = девять = dyevyat
10 = десять = dyesyat

BTW at the university when we've passed an exam our teachers write a word after your mark.
So:
3 = три = tri => удовлетворительно = udovlyetvorityelno
4 = четыре = chyetyrye => хорошо = khorosho
5 = пять = pyat => отлично = otlichno
Olga


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I will add, 0= ноль - nol
when you get higher than 10 you simply add надцать -'nadstat' to the number, for example 12 would be двенадцать 'dva-nadstat'
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Hello to all Russians!
I am also eager to teach you some Russian words!
It is great to find here this topic

So if u have some more questions u can also ask me!


Olga, i am glad to greet u here!!Now i am also a member of this forum!

Anastasia

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Anastasia! I am happy you joined us!
No one has asked, but would you post Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for our members?
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Yes, Katya, of course!

Merry Christmas it is- Счастливого Рождества in Russian, u must pronounce
Schastlivogo Rojdestva

Happy New Year it is -Счастливого Нового Года in Russian, u must pronounce
Schastlivogo Novogo Goda

Well, also some words, connested with these holidays!

Christmas tree it is- ёлка in Russian, u must pronounce iolka

presents it is - подарки in Russian, u must pronouce
podarki

kisses
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Spasibo
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Hey, I also have a question.

I thought that "spassiba" means "thank you", but in the last weeks I've read "spasibo" more often. So, what is the right word? Or are they maybe both right?

Nina

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I would say they are both right Nina ... for me, when I say it in Russian it sounds closer to spasibo and I think that it depends on the person saying it .. how they would translit it into english letters. For instance, in the Europeon languages the letter 'i' sounds more like our (american) 'e', the 'J' like our 'Y' ... I have seen Alexei's name translit as Aleksi Jagudin, it's not wrong .. but not how an american would say it. I hope that makes sense ... I'm afraid I may have confused you more now ...
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Well, friends... in perfet way it must be pronounced like SPASIBO
{i} must be pronounced as {e} in English alphabet.
and spassiba it is just a chatting way of pronouncation, when people talk and do not care about it,It is also ok!

This word has only one meaning.... it means Thank u.

I hope my explanation is clear

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Thank you both for your explanations!

Nina

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Also Loop in Russian is the same as in German - Rittberger

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I think in France they also call it Rittberger. Why not everywhere else? I mean the person who invented it was called Rittberger...

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Maybe for Americans this word is difficult to pronounce? Hugh?

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I think it is called the Rittberger, after its inventor, in Continental Europe & the loop elsewhere - offhand I don't know why though!

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Anastasia
You've done a great job!
I'm glad that this topic is back again!

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I agree with you! it's great topic!

I always wanted to know some Russian words.it's strange language.some people says that it's almost like Polish but it's not truth!
Thanks for this subject.
now I'm going to learn something in Russian,French,German...

Isabel

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Yes Olga, i was also very glad to see the topic about native language here!
I am eagre to teach everybody who wants .



Isabel, u are right, a lot of people think that Russian language is the most complicated in the world.....
I think that Chinese language is the most complicated
Well, they are both complicated

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Here is an article to test one's knowledge of the Cyrillic alphabet . One of the headlines reads "Figure Skating". The other headline includes the name Tatiana Tarassova.

www.sport-express.ru/art.shtml?108080

BTW, someone has already done an English translation at fsuniverse:

www.fsuniverse.net/forum/...hp?t=27593

Interesting interview !

Karen

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Thank you Karen !
It's a really interesting interview!
And I think they have a good interpreter at fsuniverse !
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You know what? I have forgotten most of the numbers in Russian . I only remember the number 5 = 'pyatz' because my professor would say that number if she liked something one of the students said (the equivalent of an 'A' grade, I guess).

Can someone write 1 through 10?

'Spassiba'

Karen

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A new question
Thank you, Karen!

1 = один =odin
2 = два = dva
3 = три = tri
4 = четыре = chyetyrye
5 = пять = pyat
6 = шесть = shest
7 = семь = syem
8 = восемь = vosyem
9 = девять = dyevyat
10 = десять = dyesyat

BTW at the university when we've passed an exam our teachers write a word after your mark.
So:
3 = три = tri => удовлетворительно = udovlyetvorityelno
4 = четыре = chyetyrye => хорошо = khorosho
5 = пять = pyat => отлично = otlichno
Olga


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I will add, 0= ноль - nol
when you get higher than 10 you simply add надцать -'nadstat' to the number, for example 12 would be двенадцать 'dva-nadstat'
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Hello to all Russians!
I am also eager to teach you some Russian words!
It is great to find here this topic

So if u have some more questions u can also ask me!


Olga, i am glad to greet u here!!Now i am also a member of this forum!

Anastasia

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Anastasia! I am happy you joined us!
No one has asked, but would you post Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for our members?
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Yes, Katya, of course!

Merry Christmas it is- Счастливого Рождества in Russian, u must pronounce
Schastlivogo Rojdestva

Happy New Year it is -Счастливого Нового Года in Russian, u must pronounce
Schastlivogo Novogo Goda

Well, also some words, connested with these holidays!

Christmas tree it is- ёлка in Russian, u must pronounce iolka

presents it is - подарки in Russian, u must pronouce
podarki

kisses
Anastasia

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Spasibo
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Hey, I also have a question.

I thought that "spassiba" means "thank you", but in the last weeks I've read "spasibo" more often. So, what is the right word? Or are they maybe both right?

Nina

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I would say they are both right Nina ... for me, when I say it in Russian it sounds closer to spasibo and I think that it depends on the person saying it .. how they would translit it into english letters. For instance, in the Europeon languages the letter 'i' sounds more like our (american) 'e', the 'J' like our 'Y' ... I have seen Alexei's name translit as Aleksi Jagudin, it's not wrong .. but not how an american would say it. I hope that makes sense ... I'm afraid I may have confused you more now ...
~Katya

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Well, friends... in perfet way it must be pronounced like SPASIBO
{i} must be pronounced as {e} in English alphabet.
and spassiba it is just a chatting way of pronouncation, when people talk and do not care about it,It is also ok!

This word has only one meaning.... it means Thank u.

I hope my explanation is clear

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Thank you both for your explanations!

Nina

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Also Loop in Russian is the same as in German - Rittberger

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I think in France they also call it Rittberger. Why not everywhere else? I mean the person who invented it was called Rittberger...

Nina

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Maybe for Americans this word is difficult to pronounce? Hugh?

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I think it is called the Rittberger, after its inventor, in Continental Europe & the loop elsewhere - offhand I don't know why though!

Sheena

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Anastasia
You've done a great job!
I'm glad that this topic is back again!

Olga

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I agree with you! it's great topic!

I always wanted to know some Russian words.it's strange language.some people says that it's almost like Polish but it's not truth!
Thanks for this subject.
now I'm going to learn something in Russian,French,German...

Isabel

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Yes Olga, i was also very glad to see the topic about native language here!
I am eagre to teach everybody who wants .



Isabel, u are right, a lot of people think that Russian language is the most complicated in the world.....
I think that Chinese language is the most complicated
Well, they are both complicated

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They say that English is the most difficult to learn ... and I can understand why
The hardest part of Russian for me (besides my terrible grammer ) is the pronunciations, some of the words are very difficult for my american tongue!
For those who are new to this section, what would you like to learn?
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Я вижу что здесь говорят и по Русски тоже. У нас в Латвии Русский язык очень популарен, но прошло очень долгое время с тех пор, когда я училась её в школе. Я до стех пор её помю! Приветик всем!

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Вау!Приветик!
Ты здорово разговариваешь по-русски!
Да, да... мы русские, тоже тут, и готовы поддерживать Браяна!
Очень приятно познакомиться!

Анастасия


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govorjit ta govorju, no pisatj trudno s russkimi bukvami! ja dumaju zdes na klaviature!

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Анастазия и Олга ..., как, я говорю "The three time National Champion" ?? Утройте Национального Чемпиона??


~Katya

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Katya, троекрАтный чемпиОн + the name of the country in the genetive* eg. 'троекрАтный чемпиОн ФрАнции'

Also: двукрАтный (two-time), пятикрАтный (five-time), шестикрАтный (six-time) etc.

Edited by: Kathryn at: 2/28/06 12:58 pm

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Thank you Kathryn ... spasiba
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ooo,privetik vsem!
da,pisat tocno trudno na klaviature ja s uzosom vspominaju kogda escio v skole mne nado bylo napisat referat po ruski(okolo 10stranic)

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WOW! Nice to see one more member here speaking Russian!

Olga



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christie...
ты очень хорошо говоришь)))
Да, согласна, русский сложный язык....Даже у нас в школе у некоторых по английскому была твердая 5, а по русскому 3)))

BTW
some new words, concerning SUMMER

summer- ЛЕТО (L'eto)

June- ИЮНЬ(Iun')
July- ИЮЛЬ(Iul')
Augest-Август(Avgust)

Sun-Солнце (Solnce)
Blue sky-Голубое небо(Goluboe nebo)
River-река(reka)
Lake-озеро(Ozero)
Sea-море(more)
Ocean-океан(Okean)
Green grass-зелёная трава(zelenaya trava)
Vocation-отпуск(otpusk)


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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   22.07.06 10:05

зa c'est un sujet intйressant! moi qui m'йtais promis de travailler mon russe cet йtй, je vais faire du russe appliquй au patinage ^^
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   02.11.07 11:45

I studied Russian for a few years, but It was a bit too difficult for me i'm afraid... I can still read it and understand it if it's not too complicated... ;-) Call it "tourism Russian" ;-)

Still, I love the language... it's very poetical...
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   10.11.07 8:42

I have a question for our russian members... Please could someone translate this? "hello, how are you? it's nice to hear from you."
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   10.11.07 16:29

Joanna wrote:
I have a question for our russian members... Please could someone translate this? "hello, how are you? it's nice to hear from you."

Privet,kak dela?Ochen rada tebya slishat'

Привет,как дела?Очень рада тебя слышать.
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   11.11.07 17:19

Thanks Nastya !bisousfleurs
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   17.01.09 13:31

how do you say 'art on ice' and 'dreams on ice in russian?
thanks Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   17.01.09 17:13

Roughly translated:

Art on Ice - Искусство на льду - Iskusstvo na ldu

Dreams on Ice - Мечты на льду - Mechti na ldu

or (more poetic, but depends on the context)

Ледовые фантазии - Ledovie fantasii.

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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   17.01.09 17:18

ETA:

It just occurred to me that we differentiate between dreams like 'I saw a dream last night' (сны in Russian), and dreams like in 'I've got a dream' (мечты), and dreams like in 'I was daydreaming all day' (фантазии). Just in case it's important.
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   17.01.09 17:46

thank you Rina, just what i needed bisousfleurs
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   11.11.09 13:26

I would to know how we write "Ice" and "Figure skating" in russian? Thanks for your answer
It's for a calligraphy.

J'aurais voulu savoir comment s'йcrivent les mots "glace" et "Patinage artistique" en russe. Merci de vos rйponses
C'est pour une calligraphie
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   29.01.11 13:55

Ice = лёд [liod]

Figure skating = фигурное катание [figurnoye katanye]
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PostSubject: Re: Russian words   01.05.13 0:30

Privet kak dela. I play skripka with a ukrain teach whos name is olga. But thats ukrain teacher. I learn from kids at school. Как ьела
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