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    Вопрос: "С кем вы едите?"

    "Who else with you goes?" - Я правильно перевел сабж?

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    С кем вы едете?
    Who is going with you?

    С кем вы едите?
    Who are you eating with?

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    спасибо... сори за ошибки

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    I can't get which language you studying - Russian or English?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.
    спасибо... сори за ошибки
    *Извините за ошибки.
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    Did you correct Dr.?
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    I said thanks for his help "спасибо..." and I had apologized for my mistakes "сори за ошибки" because of which the situation had not been correctly understood.

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    I know what you meant. I just thought that Darobat probably wanted to correct what you'd written, altough it was fine.
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    Обещаю больше не тормозить...

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    Всё путём!
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    Как будет "оценка" например: На какие оценки вы учитесь?

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    What grades do you usually get (in school/university)?

    Честно говоря, здесь есть специальный форум , где можно задавать подобные вопросы. Я имею в виду, что здесь люди, изучающие русский язык, обычно задают "тон". А для тех, кто хочет спросить вопрос по поводу английского языка, специально создали раздел "English for Russians".
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    Извините я думал "Translate This!" это как в ту так и вдругую сторону... все базара нет виноват исправлюсь

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    ОК Всё бывает.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDSanchous
    I know what you meant. I just thought that Darobat probably wanted to correct what you'd written, altough it was fine.
    Ok, I'm really confused. Was Сори just "sorry" written in Cyrillic, or does that mean something that was pertenant?
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    We often say сорри за что-то in Russian. Though it is not a Russian word we hardly ever think about that. Therefore, you're right - sorry = сорри. Similar pronunciation.
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    So it's like the verb "Лайкать"?
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    I have never heard this word before. What does it mean?
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    I've heard some people use it as the verb "to like" rather than нравиться but I guess it isn't exactly widely used.

    EDIT: Googling "лайкаю" only gets 64 results so it really is never used. Never mind.
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    Another verb you can hear "воркать" = "to work". It's more about something than somebody. Eg: "Что-то ICQ не воркает".

    As for people, "арбайтен" (German) is more common: "Даробат, арбайтен! Харош чатится!"

    чатится = to chat (I guess you already know that)

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