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Cool! Thanks man! Do you find it hard to learn more than one language at a time? I took German in high school and thought about picking that back up along with the Russian. But I've heard it is very hard to learn two languages simultaneously. Best of luck to ya. You seem like a smart enough dude to handle it ;)
Yeah I've been trying to watch a lot of Russian films. I just watched Stalker the other day. That was a pretty awesome movie. Have you seen it?
oh I am learning Indian, Japanese, and Korean simultaniously. So far I know how to say hello in Indian: namaste, thank you in Indian: shekuriya. Hello in Japanese: Konichiwa, thank you in Japanese: Origato. Hello in Korean: Haniseyooo', thank you in Korean = kansahamnida
The Russian groups I listen to are mostly rap: but here try them:
Watch a russian film Bumer 2 on youtube full with english subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dhm656f2mcI
(just follow the paths there...1/12, 2/12.....etc)
The new picture thread:
Please take the poll, thanks :-)
Ahh... Rosetta stone never made that clear. Hey, one more question. Do you know of any good Russian musicians or bands? I've heard that learning songs in other languages can help to learn them as well.
Hows the Japanese coming?
begali = they were running, begayut = they are running, begaty = they will be running
plavali = they were swimming, plavayut = they are swimming, plavaty = they will be swimming
ono=it (no not really but maybe "eto" which means this or it as well, also applicable is "nechto" which pertains to something undefinible or it, or "nekto" to someone undefiniable as a person)
yes the verb are changed accordingly to the gender of the person verb is used for. (its not arbitrary)
first is infinite, second is for single, third is for many:
esty, est, edyat (eat, she eats/he eats/it eats, they eat)
pity, pyot, pyut (drink, she drinks/he drinks, they drink)
bezhaty, bezhit, begut
all verbs have different past, present, and current tense endings...you got to learn them all by heart.
here is an example: esty = eat , est = she/he ate, edyat = they ate
past tense: ona ela = she ate, on el = he ate, oni eli = they ate
begayut = they are running, plavayut = they are swimming
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