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    BoT OH.

    I just wanted to double-check a translation I just did in my head with the masters of the Russian language

    So I was wondering if ," Тебе нужно (или надо) всегда носить те очки? Ты вглядешь красивее без их!" (Но ты красивый всё равно!!) would basically come out to mean...Do you always need to/have to wear those glasses? You look so much more handsome without them!" To which he would наверное reply, " Без их Я не ничего мог бы видеть!

    Please correct me down to the very letter- it would be unbelievably appreciated!! Спасибо Большое!!

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    OMG. Like a DUR. I can't believe I forgot that...seriously... I swear. It's the little stuff. Thanks!!!!

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    Re: BoT OH.

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    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    would it not be better to say постоянно rather than всегда?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Columbo
    would it not be better to say постоянно rather than всегда?
    Yes, may be
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    постоянно meaning what exactly? And why would it be better then? I'm a всегда child. That's all I know :P Thanks once again!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt. Columbo
    would it not be better to say постоянно rather than всегда?
    I guss it doesn't matter in that case what to use - "постоянно" or "всегда"

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