What is the difference between these two words?

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What is the difference between these two words?

Postby rvmbruger » Dec 12th, 15, 18:30

I have been watching a few Russian language videos on Youtube and I have heard two version of the word for closed.

Version A = закрыто

Version B = близка

What is the difference? and when are they used?

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Re: What is the difference between these two words?

Postby pavel » Dec 16th, 15, 13:38

hi.
Close = Закрывать.

Example: Close the door (Закрой дверь)
He closed the door = Он закрыл дверь.

Близка... perhaps близко?

Близко = nearly
The new year draws near = Новый год уже близко


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