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    100 Basics

    As much as i'd like to learn russian properly, i just can't take the time and devotion it requires. I know most of the alphabet, and several of the grammer laws. But quite frankly i only want the basics right now. A hundred words, the english word, the russian pronounciation, and the russian spelling. So if you ever have the free time, or just feel like helping a culture happy Canadian, stop by and post a few words! Thanks y'all.


    English Word: Russian Pronounciation: Russian Spelling


    a

    about

    above

    across

    after

    again

    against

    air

    all

    attack

    almost

    along

    also

    always

    an

    and

    animals

    another

    answer

    any

    are

    around

    as

    asked

    at

    away

    back

    battle

    be

    because

    been

    before

    began

    being

    below

    best

    better

    between

    big

    both

    boy

    boys

    but

    by

    called

    came

    can

    change

    children

    city

    come

    could

    country

    day

    days

    did

    different

    do

    does

    don’t

    down

    during

    each

    earth

    end

    enough

    even

    ever

    every

    example

    eyes

    far

    father

    feet

    few

    find

    first

    five

    following

    food

    for

    form

    found

    four

    from

    get

    give

    go

    going

    good

    got

    great

    had

    hand

    hard

    has

    have

    he

    head

    hear

    heard

    help



    her

    here

    high

    him

    himself

    his

    home

    house

    how

    however

    I

    if

    important

    in

    into

    is

    it

    it’s

    its

    just

    keep

    kind

    knew

    know

    land

    large

    last

    learn

    left

    let

    life

    light

    like

    line

    little

    live

    long

    look

    looked

    made

    make

    man

    many

    may

    me

    means

    men

    might

    miles

    more

    most

    mother

    Mr

    much

    must

    my

    name

    near

    need

    never

    new

    next

    night

    no

    not

    now

    number

    of

    off

    often

    old

    on

    once

    one

    one

    only

    or

    other

    others

    our

    out

    over

    own

    page

    paper

    part

    parts

    people

    peace

    picture

    place

    play

    point

    put

    read

    right

    room

    said

    same

    saw

    say



    school

    sea

    second

    see

    sentence

    set

    several

    she

    should

    show

    side

    since

    small

    so

    some

    something

    sometimes

    soon

    sound

    still

    story

    study

    such

    sun

    sure

    take

    tell

    than

    that

    the

    their

    them

    then

    there

    these

    they

    thing

    things

    think

    this

    those

    thought

    three

    three

    through

    time

    times

    to

    today

    together

    told

    too

    took

    top

    toward

    try

    turned

    two

    two

    under

    until

    up

    us

    use

    used

    using

    usually

    very

    want

    was

    water

    way

    war

    ways

    we

    well

    went

    were

    what

    when

    where

    which

    while

    white

    who

    whole

    why

    will

    with

    without

    word

    words

    work

    world

    would

    write

    year

    years

    you

    young

    your
    Life is not measured by how many breaths you take, but by how many moments take your breath away.

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    Hey, what's wrong with dictionaries?
    Хорошо не просто там где нас нет, а там где нас никогда и не было.

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    www.babylon.com

    www.translate.ru / text / russko-angliiskii / enter the whole list and hey presto!
    Army Anti-Strapjes
    Nay, mats jar tripes
    Jasper is my Tartan
    I am a trans-Jert spy
    Jerpty Samaritans
    Pijams are tyrants
    Jana Sperm Tit Arsy

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    If you don't want to spend money on a dictionary, you could always stop at a library and look the words up.

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    thanks

    I was already aware of dictionarys and translators on the net, but none functioned the way i needed them too, however i found something on the site translate.ru, which i had only previously visited, that shows the pronounciation.
    Life is not measured by how many breaths you take, but by how many moments take your breath away.

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    Well, you could certainly at least learn that there aren't any articles "a" and "the" in Russian.

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    Damn pravit, you took my insult ! oh well, i'll say it anyways.

    Russian doesn't have "a" or "the" .
    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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    THere no auxiliary verbs in russian as well.
    Пораскинул мозгами, теперь собираюсь с мыслями.

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    Man, not to beat a dead horse, but: what's so wrong with going to a library?

    Kids today. Pfff.

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    Someone here needs a visit from тайнственный герой-филолог....

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    Не буду ничего отвечать, пусть возьмёт маленький словарь и посмотрит. Anyway, the words in different languages are only loosely connected with their meanings and you cannot say that "this means this in 100%" without a context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pravit
    Someone here needs a visit from тайнственный герой-филолог....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Propp
    Не буду ничего отвечать, пусть возьмёт маленький словарь и посмотрит. Anyway, the words in different languages are only loosely connected with their meanings and you cannot say that "this means this in 100%" without a context.
    Propp! Propp! Propp! Go for it!!
    Пораскинул мозгами, теперь собираюсь с мыслями.

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    Если вы преобразовывает эти слова к колонкам, анекдот появляется!

    Act II, Scene I просит лыть написанным, Рассказчик.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbara
    Если вы преобразовывает эти слова к колонкам, анекдот появляется!

    Act II, Scene I просит лыть написанным, Рассказчик.

    Барбара, извините, но я не понял о чем вы говорите
    Пораскинул мозгами, теперь собираюсь с мыслями.

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    Извините, рожалуйста, Victor.

    http://masterrussian.net/mforum/viewtop ... 363f531646

    I hope the russian in my previous post was good enough to understand. If not, I'm sorry.

    Please follow the URL to the thread regarding the "oldest russian word". I think then you may understand.

    --ы

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbara
    I hope the russian in my previous post was good enough to understand. If not, I'm sorry.
    Well, I know my Russian is terrible so I had better explain myself.

    I was trying to figure out why the gentleman wanted these particular words translated. (I know, this is the part of my "charm" that makes other people *crazy*! )

    If you convert the list of words into a table of multiple columns, some meaning may emerge. (Remember the typing monkeys?) Pravit had entertained everyone recently with the beginnings of a parody (excuse me - a very serious epic tale). I was hoping to inspire him to continue.


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