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wow hey i didn't know we'd get to learn stuff too.. i've been teaching myself russian from street signs all over jerusalem, but it definitely makes my job easier when i see all the basics laid out in one place.. thank you chana's parents!
Chana, under sentences:1.Kto ya= Who am I?2.Kak dela=How are things?Kak dela? could be =How are you?....,but it's not the exact interpretation..... Great job!
Neuter gender, not neutral...With all your colorful work, perhaps you'll enjoy this
Mazal tov on a great beginning! A little detail: watch your t's and m's - Russian t's never get crossed, and Russian small m's just look like shrunken capital M's. Important because a script t will be EXACTLY like an English small m (and Russian is one language where writing in script is SO much more practical). Sorry! But language stuff just brings out the nitpicking in people. Have fun and lots of luck!!!
The 'sh' letter looks like a Hebrew Shin. Interesting.
Wow! It looks so pretty!And you're *so* much more advanced than I am in my language class taking place on the other side of the wall.
wow youre good...I learnt Russian..after spending a summer there..I could never learn it from just books. I needed to hear it spoken all the time.
A suggestion - try to memorize the conjugations (write them out repeatedly until you don't need a reference when doing this); your life will be much simpler later (I did this with Arabic). Also, use your Russian as much as possible - you'll retain much more that wayGood luck!
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