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    Дед(ушка) Мороз

    Что будет приносить тебе на Рождество?

    (And if it's comepletely wrong, correct please)
    (And if you can PM me and save me the embarassment, that'd be 'keydokle', too)

    Я хочу PSP.


    "...но, все будет хорошо..."

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    Дед мороз
    Ingenting kan stoppa mig
    In Post-Soviet Russia internet porn downloads YOU!

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    "Дедушка" неправильный?

    But what will he bring you?
    "...но, все будет хорошо..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by subpar
    "Дедушка" неправильный?
    It's correct too. It's an affectionate diminutive.
    "Happy new year, happy new year
    May we all have a vision now and then
    Of a world where every neighbour is a friend"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friendy
    It's correct too. It's an affectionate diminutive.
    ...so does that mean that Дедушка Мороз will bring you a Russian textbook? You can have mine, I don't use it much.
    "...но, все будет хорошо..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by subpar
    Quote Originally Posted by Friendy
    It's correct too. It's an affectionate diminutive.
    ...so does that mean that Дедушка Мороз will bring you a Russian textbook?
    Russian textbook? What does it have to do with Russian textbook?
    "Happy new year, happy new year
    May we all have a vision now and then
    Of a world where every neighbour is a friend"

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    Деньги (от семьи) and however you say 'mobile phone' по-русски.
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    Quote Originally Posted by волк
    Деньги (от семьи) and however you say 'mobile phone' по-русски.
    Мобильный телефон or Мобильник
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by волк
    Деньги (от семьи) and however you say 'mobile phone' по-русски.
    Мобильный телефон or Мобильник
    Thank you. I take it the second is used more often, maybe in younger generations?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by волк
    Деньги (от семьи) and however you say 'mobile phone' по-русски.
    Мобильный телефон or Мобильник
    I seem to remember it sometimes referred to as just a Мобиль -- or am I wrong?
    Заранее благодарю всех за исправление ошибок в моём русском.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    I seem to remember it sometimes referred to as just a Мобиль -- or am I wrong?
    You are right, but - мобила (feminine).

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    these days u could probly call it you "селли" and be understood.
    Вот это да, я так люблю себя. И сегодня я люблю себя, ещё больше чем вчера, а завтра я буду любить себя to ещё больше чем сегодня. Тем что происходит,я вполне доволен!

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    Re: Дед(ушка) Мороз

    Quote Originally Posted by subpar
    Что будет приносить тебе на Рождество?
    Мне Дед Мороз ничего не принесёт, Sinterklaas уже принёс подарки.

    Кстати, Дед Мороз - это тот же самый, как Santa Claus или кто-то другой?

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    Dead Morose и Санта Клаус суть абсолутно различные персонажи. Dead Morose приходит на Новый Год, а Санта Клаус на Рождество.
    Show yourself - destroy our fears - release your mask

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    А как это они похожи друг на друга?

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    I'm sure there will be some people who disagree with this, but I'll quote the following text I ran across yesterday in Genevra Gerhart's "The Russian's World."

    The idea of Grandfather Frost seems to be a relatively new one, probably not much more than 100 years old. It is as if, having the Christmas tree thrust upon them from the West, the Russians looked around and discovered they also needed a counterpart to Santa Claus (and also to Black Peter of the Dutch legend)...

    So there you have it. It does seem to be a wishy-washy statement -- "seems to be" and "it is as if" seem to make it sound like idle speculation rather than hardcore research, but I thought I'd provide this information for your pondering.
    Заранее благодарю всех за исправление ошибок в моём русском.

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    Quote Originally Posted by синичка
    А как это они похожи друг на друга?
    Похожи? Да ты что? Они даже одеваются по-разному, не говоря уже про ужимки и повадки.
    Show yourself - destroy our fears - release your mask

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    I just looked for some pictures with yandex and I think they look pretty similar. But maybe these pictures are wrong. So what does the real дед мороз look like?

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    Радует меня грация ушек бегемотьиных...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiffany
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ded_Moroz
    Bollocks, Dead Morose never wears red. His coat is blue.
    Show yourself - destroy our fears - release your mask

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