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by Phozzonunnium
Oct 13th, 15, 17:38
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: How to say "you are so ... that ..."
Replies: 2
Views: 2040

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

Hi I want to know how to say phrases like "you are so *...* that *...*" in Russian, like "you are so weird that it is hard for me to believe". I thought of "Ты так странный, что мне трудно поверить", but I don't know if its grammar is correct or if it is, if it doesn't ...
by Phozzonunnium
Jun 25th, 15, 17:12
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Why is the dative case being used in this sentence?
Replies: 1
Views: 1652

Why is the dative case being used in this sentence?

Hi
So there is this sentence:
"Ты открыл мне глаза" - Why is the dative case being used (мне), if "мне глаза" is the direct object of the sentence?
Is this sentence even correct at all?
Shouldn't it be "Ты отркыл мои глаза"? In the accusative?
Thanks ! :D
by Phozzonunnium
Jun 18th, 15, 15:56
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Saying "this is not something we are used to talk about"
Replies: 1
Views: 1496

Saying "this is not something we are used to talk about"

Hi, I have doubts I have this phrase: "Я знаю, это не нечто мы привыкли говорить о" Do I have to change the verb "говорить" to match with "мы" even after it has привыкли before the verb? Also, how can I use "привыкли" properly? Should it be in another form in ...

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