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by Technolok
Mar 24th, 15, 19:49
Forum: Gramática rusa
Topic: Привет всем Vs Всем привет
Replies: 0
Views: 957

Привет всем Vs Всем привет

¡Hola a todos! Mi duda es sobre cuál es la mejor forma de decir "Hola a todos" :)

¿Deberían decir "Всем привет!" o es mejor decir "Привет всем!",... o cualquier opción es correcta?

Всем спасибо! :)
by Technolok
Jul 31st, 14, 11:30
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Prepositional case endings in words for parts of the home
Replies: 2
Views: 1751

Re: Prepositional case endings in words for parts of the hom

This week I've been checking the prepositional case and noticed that, no matter how much you learn, there are always questions. Now I understand it perfectly. So despite being nouns they behave like adjectives, because in the past they used to be adjectives.

Спасибо! :)
by Technolok
Jul 29th, 14, 21:09
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Prepositional case endings in words for parts of the home
Replies: 2
Views: 1751

Prepositional case endings in words for parts of the home

Hello guys! I was reading a description of someone's flat and I noticed the words like гостиная, ванная, прихожая have a very strange ending in Prepositional: в гостиной, в ванной, в прихожей. So, it looks like the ending of an adjective, but I would say that "bathroom" or "living roo...
by Technolok
Jul 29th, 14, 21:06
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: The prepositional case of сад is саду or саде?
Replies: 3
Views: 1881

Re: The prepositional case of сад is саду or саде?

Thanks a lot for the explanation!

So "locative" is a Russian case? I think it was a case in Latin, but I didn't know anything about locative in Russian? So locative and prepositional are two cases which have the same endings except for those exceptions?
by Technolok
Jul 26th, 14, 16:22
Forum: Russian culture
Topic: Is a matryoshka with politicians a real matryoshka?
Replies: 1
Views: 1186

Is a matryoshka with politicians a real matryoshka?

Привет всем! This is question for the Russian people in the forum. I have seen in a market classic matryoshkas, with the mother and the daughters (I guess they are the daughters) inside. But I have also seen other versions with, for example, the leaders of the soviet union, the Russian tsars,... and...
by Technolok
Jul 26th, 14, 16:14
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: The prepositional case of сад is саду or саде?
Replies: 3
Views: 1881

The prepositional case of сад is саду or саде?

Hello everyone! I have learnt that the word "сад" has an irregular prepositional case, which is "саду", so we have to say: - Я гуляю в саду ...but I have seen sentences like this one: - Я думаю о саде I understand that in both sentences сад is in the prepositional case, right? If...
by Technolok
Jun 6th, 14, 19:58
Forum: Russian culture
Topic: The first kamikaze in history was Russian
Replies: 1
Views: 1135

Re: The first kamikaze in history was Russian TOPIC OF THE W

What about Alexander Popov? Five years before Marconi invented the wireless telegraph and become "the father of radio", Popov had already built the same device. He was the first to communicate messages using radio waves and he was the first to use an aerial. The day he demonstrated the rec...
by Technolok
Apr 29th, 14, 18:10
Forum: Gramática rusa
Topic: Origen de los días de la semana en ruso
Replies: 0
Views: 1460

Origen de los días de la semana en ruso

Tengo una pregunta sobre el origen de la palabras de los días de la semana en ruso. En español los días de la semana tienen un significado: Lunes = Día de la Luna Martes = Día de Marte Miércoles = Día de Mercurio ¿Qué ocurre con los días de la semana en ruso? ¿También tienen algún significado? Puedo...
by Technolok
Apr 29th, 14, 16:48
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: Meaning of the days of the week in Russian
Replies: 1
Views: 1461

Meaning of the days of the week in Russian

I have a question about the origin of words. In English the days of the week have some meaning: Sunday = Day of the Sun Monday = Day of the Moon Saturday = Day of Saturn What about the days of the week in Russian? Do they also have some meaning? I can guess that maybe пятьница has something to do wi...
by Technolok
Apr 28th, 14, 22:30
Forum: Russian culture
Topic: For a Russian person the Red Square is "red" or "beautiful"?
Replies: 2
Views: 1701

For a Russian person the Red Square is "red" or "beautiful"?

Привет всем! I've read that the word "красная" from "Red Square" (Красная площадь) means both "red" and "beautiful". So for a Russian person , which one is the meaning they think of when the read Красная площадь? Do they think of "Red Square", or is ...

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