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by Jeremy Katz
Sep 26th, 18, 15:22
Forum: Russian grammar
Topic: what happens to И in each of the cases
Replies: 2
Views: 528

Re: what happens to И in each of the cases

Please elaborate
by Jeremy Katz
Sep 25th, 18, 16:31
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: Help Translating what I found ,
Replies: 6
Views: 1020

Re: Help Translating what I found ,

MexiricanAL wrote:Thank you. Any idea what the first says hoping to track down artist

Artist is someone named Smirnov, written in cursive. Probably, a worker on the said factory. Nothing else I can say for sure.
by Jeremy Katz
Sep 25th, 18, 05:17
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: Личные данные
Replies: 1
Views: 1227

Re: Личные данные

All is good, except for #3: Полное бывшее имя
by Jeremy Katz
Sep 25th, 18, 05:07
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: Old Russian greeting and religious sign of respect
Replies: 3
Views: 423

Re: Old Russian greeting and religious sign of respect

Nothing to apologise for, people have different interests in a field :D The phrase is " Челом бьём " (plural). Old Russian indeed, means "(we are) hitting (the floor) with our foreheads (as we address you)". Not quite a sign of respect, rather a humble request to look into the co...
by Jeremy Katz
Sep 25th, 18, 04:53
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: Help Translating what I found ,
Replies: 6
Views: 1020

Re: Help Translating what I found ,

That's a powderbox. No price is given, other than that - looks like a genuine handwritten Russian. Old stuff, or, at least, an old receipt, can be traced back to the USSR times, as there is a РСФСР tag - Russian part of the Union. The paper isn't dated, the only date recognisable is 2006. The factor...
by Jeremy Katz
Sep 25th, 18, 04:46
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: How to say тют?
Replies: 3
Views: 651

Re: How to say тют?

u, as in kaz[oo]
by Jeremy Katz
Jun 4th, 17, 11:48
Forum: Your first post to say hello
Topic: Здравствуйте
Replies: 12
Views: 6418

Re: Здравствуйте

Stahp.
by Jeremy Katz
May 30th, 17, 21:51
Forum: Russian vocabulary
Topic: "My bus is late.", "overdue" & "long overdue" in Russian
Replies: 2
Views: 1553

Re: "My bus is late.", "overdue" & "long overdue" in Russian

Q1: Yeah, pretty much the same. Yet you can say "My train is late". it's the matter of formality of the sentence, in English. In Russian, it goes each way. Q2: That's an incorrect translation. The meaning of the original in English, I assume, is "very late decision". So then natu...
by Jeremy Katz
May 30th, 17, 21:44
Forum: Russian-English exchange
Topic: Teach Me Russian Please
Replies: 3
Views: 1436

Re: Teach Me Russian Please

EZ.
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