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by ColdSteel
Jan 28th, 14, 11:29
Forum: Gramática rusa
Topic: Меня и Мне
Replies: 2
Views: 2131

Re: Меня и Мне

Меня es la forma de genetivo y de acusativo del pronombre Я.
Мне es la forma de dativo y de preposicional del pronombre Я.

Por consiguiente, debes usar estas formas conforme a los casos correspondientes.
by ColdSteel
Jan 28th, 14, 11:21
Forum: Gramática rusa
Topic: ¿Por qué después de preguntar (спрашивать) se usa acusativo?
Replies: 5
Views: 2779

Re: ¿Por qué después de preguntar (спрашивать) se usa acusat

Hola, calzzetin! Es el rasgo del trabajo de los verbos. Unos verbos trabajan con acusativo, otros con dativo. Por ejemplo, en ruso puedes decir: - Я спрашиваю тебя. " Тебя " es una forma acusativa de pronombre " ты ". Esta frase se traduce al ruso como "Yo te pregunto"....
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 19:36
Forum: Gramática rusa
Topic: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre ничего у ничто?
Replies: 4
Views: 2693

Re: ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre ничего у ничто?

Ничто es una forma del caso nominativo y significa "nada".
Por ejemplo:
Ничто не забыто. Nada (no) es olvidado.

Ничего es una forma del caso genitivo.
У меня ничего нет! - No tengo nada!

La declinación de la palabra "ничто"
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 18:06
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: what is difference "из,за,от" ?
Replies: 5
Views: 6722

Re: what is difference "из,за,от" ?

1. " Из " may have two meanings. It's an equivalent of the English preposition "from". 1.1. When we talk about direction, when some object was IN some place, and now leaves it, or when we talk about the origin. Я вышел из комнаты. I went out from the room. Я иду из театра. I am g...
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 17:37
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: How to use prepotitional в, на
Replies: 2
Views: 2318

Re: How to use prepotitional в, на

Prepositions "в" and "на" in the Prepotitional case work close to English prepositions "at", "in", "on". You use them, when some object is in some place , or when you speak about time. Я нахожусь в городе. Я - в городе. I am in the city. Я нахожусь в...
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 17:09
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: У меня есть VS Я имею ?
Replies: 3
Views: 2813

Re: У меня есть VS Я имею ?

Hello, andriyana There are two types of languages: "to have" languages and "to be" languages. And there are articles about these types. So, the English lang is "to have", and the Russian is "to be". There is a literal equivalent for the verb "to have"...
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 16:48
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Pronunciation of это and эта
Replies: 9
Views: 6647

Re: Pronunciation of это and эта

Generally, there is no a big difference between these words, when you pronounsing them. Both sound like " э та". Maybe sometimes the letter "о" in the word "это" sounds close to the English sound "e" in words with "-er" ending. Yes, in some regions o...
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 16:18
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: thanks
Replies: 2
Views: 2403

Re: "р" pronunciation in Russian

some advises or exercises that can make my pronunciation sound more accurate? Cheers~ Hello, k28225433 Do you mean Cyrillic "Р"? If yes, it sounds close to the English "R" and even closer to Spanish "R". You can find some video lessons (on Youtube for example) on how t...
by ColdSteel
Jan 27th, 14, 16:12
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: Я шёл Vs Я ходил
Replies: 6
Views: 4663

Re: Я шёл Vs Я ходил

Hello, Technolok. In the 1st phrase there is an accent on the action. The process is important "I was going to the cinema and reading a book. Birds were singing and the sun was shining. It was a wonderful day!" - Я шёл в кино и читал книгу. Птицы пели и солнце сияло. Это был чудесный день!...

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