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by Yevgeni
Jul 5th, 17, 15:55
Forum: Vocabulario ruso
Topic: ¿Cómo se pronuncia la letra bl?
Replies: 1
Views: 1512

Re: ¿Cómo se pronuncia la letra bl?

Hola! Puedes ver las explicaciones y escuchar la pronunciación aqui: https://youtu.be/o2bb1e8t2f4.
by Yevgeni
Jul 5th, 17, 15:49
Forum: Gramática rusa
Topic: Estructura de "TENER"
Replies: 1
Views: 1829

Re: Estructura de "TENER"

Hola! Las palabras siguientes son siempre usadas con el caso Genitivo: мно́го – mucho ма́ло – poco немно́го – un poco нема́ло – gran cantidad de… / bastante не́сколько – algunos / algunas ско́лько – cuanto / cuanta / cuantos / cuantas сто́лько – tanto / tanta / tantos / tantas Con sustantivos incont...
by Yevgeni
Jul 5th, 17, 15:34
Forum: Vocabulario ruso
Topic: Говорить или сказать?
Replies: 6
Views: 4146

Re: Говорить или сказать?

Hola, Julio! 1. Para el imperativo negativo es mejor siempre usar “говори́ть”: Не говори́ мне, что… 2. Para el imperativo afirmativo los dos pueden ser usados, pero hay una pequeña diferencia: – Cuando una persona dice “Скажи́”, ella generalmente quiere oír una respuesta concreta (sí/no/qué/quién/cu...
by Yevgeni
Jul 5th, 17, 15:12
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: the cases of в прошлом году
Replies: 4
Views: 3435

Re: the cases of в прошлом году

Hello! In Russian language some nouns ending in a consonant or -ь may have two forms of the Prepositional case : the first one ends in -е , the second one ends in a stressed -у́ or -ю́ . As a rule, the second form is used for indicating a place . Compare, for example: лес – forest о ле́с е – about t...
by Yevgeni
Jul 5th, 17, 12:03
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: the letter "P"
Replies: 5
Views: 5755

Re: the letter "P"

Hello! Many American people pronounce the “t” in “that I know”, “what is it?”, “little” as “rr”. This sound is very similar to the “Р” in Russian.
by Yevgeni
Jul 5th, 17, 11:56
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Are еть verbs 1st or 2nd conjugation?
Replies: 2
Views: 3387

Re: Are еть verbs 1st or 2nd conjugation?

Hello! Russian verbs ending in -еть may be divided in 4 groups. 1. The majority of verbs ending in -еть refer to the 1st conjugation and form the present/future simple tense like the verb “де́лать”. For example: име́ть – to have я име́ ю ты име́ ешь он/она́/оно́ име́ ет мы име́ ем вы име́ ете они им...
by Yevgeni
Feb 7th, 17, 16:09
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: pronunciation of vowels
Replies: 2
Views: 1520

Re: pronunciation of vowels

Hello! The reason is a phenomenon called “vowel reduction”. Normally, unstressed А , О , Е , Я change their articulation in the following way: 1. unstressed О and А have the same sound, closer to the first “a” in “apart”. So, “молокó” is similar to “malakó”, because the first two vowels are unstress...

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