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by English10000
Oct 21st, 15, 01:11
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: I ya tebya, What does this mean in English?
Replies: 5
Views: 3421

Re: I ya tebya, What does this mean in English?

You always should give more context to get a more exact answer. "I ya tebya" is a reply to a great many phrases. Here are some of them: "Ya tebya lublu" "Ya tebya ne lublu" "Ya tebya ponimayu" "Ya tebya ne ponimayu" etc As you can see to get "I ...
by English10000
Oct 21st, 15, 01:03
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: How to say "you are so ... that ..."
Replies: 2
Views: 1835

Re: How to say "you are so ... that ..."

It's OK grammatically, but look at the phrase in terms of proper communication, not just proper grammar, I don't think it is polite to use such a phrase when talking to a person in a friendly manner. It's a kind of mild insult, IMO. It sounds a bit unusual, why should you use this phrase at all?
by English10000
Oct 21st, 15, 00:56
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: How say "It doesn't rain anymore"
Replies: 3
Views: 4281

Re: How say "It doesn't rain anymore"

Semsaudade, you'd better write in your post a short dialogue containing the phrase you need (i. e. give us more context). It will make it easier to understand correctly what you want to say. There is no Russian equivalent to the phrase "It doesn't rain anymore" as we only use it in the &qu...

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