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    Can someone translate this russian email pls , thx

    Nadeius shto Ti ne silno pribolela, zhalko shto nemogu bit riadom s Taboi i uxazhivat za Taboiu, v moix rukax bi Ti vizdravila bi o4en bistro Zato u nas tut s pohodoi vsio normalno! Mozhno na pliazhe povoliatsia, mozhet bit i kupatsia... v etom godu esho na pliazh nexodil..xotia eto 10min od doma ) 4esno govoria bez Tebia neaxoo Lenka a na kogo bi Ti xotela esho u4itca? Po4emu bi Tebie nepoprobivat eto v Ispanii, zdies est vozmozhnosti u4itsia na angliskom iazike, mozhet bit i na drugix..smatria shto za skola....toko samoe glavnoe shto vsio deneg stoit!! Zato esli na4niosh u4itsia, za eto vriemia mozhno podu4it i Ispanskii a potom uzhe vsie dorogi otkriti... Mnie kazhetsia shto zdies zhit na mnogo realnei!! Prishli mnie esho kakie nebud foto na pamiat, ia tak rad na Tebia
    .... В чужой монастырь со своим уставом не ходят

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    my try

    i hope u are not seriously ill, what a pity i cant be there with you and nurse you. you would recover very quickly if i took care of you. well at least the weather is normal here. U can laze around on the beach, maybe even go swimming, i havent been on the beach this year yet, though its only 10 minutes from my home. to be honest i dont want to go there without you. Lenka , maybe you would like to study to be someone else? why dont you try to do it in Spain? You can study in English, maybe even in other languages, it depends on the school, the most important thing though it all costs money. But you can improve your Spanish while studyng and that will open all the ways for you. I think its much cooler to live here. Send me another picture of you. in memory. Im so glad for you.

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    But this is not a russian mail. It's not wrote by native speaker.
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    But this is not a russian mail. It's not wrote by native speaker.
    I'm positive it's written by the native speaker. Why do you think otherwise?

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    Оля is partly right. There are a few slips in the message. However, I think that it was written by a native Russian because it sounds natural. Someone with a very good command of Russian could possibly have written something of the kind. Not that there are a lot of comlicated words and phrases. It is just the style of the message that makes me think it was a native Russian speaker who wrote it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gRomoZeka
    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    But this is not a russian mail. It's not wrote by native speaker.
    I'm positive it's written by the native speaker. Why do you think otherwise?
    Nadeius shto Ti ne silno pribolela, zhalko shto nemogu bit riadom s Taboi i uxazhivat za Taboiu, v moix rukax bi Ti vizdravila bi o4en bistro Zato u nas tut s pohodoi vsio normalno! Mozhno na pliazhe povoliatsia, mozhet bit i kupatsia... v etom godu esho na pliazh nexodil..xotia eto 10min od doma ) 4esno govoria bez Tebia neaxoo Lenka a na kogo bi Ti xotela esho u4itca? Po4emu bi Tebie nepoprobivat eto v Ispanii, zdies est vozmozhnosti u4itsia na angliskom iazike, mozhet bit i na drugix..smatria shto za skola....toko samoe glavnoe shto vsio deneg stoit!! Zato esli na4niosh u4itsia, za eto vriemia mozhno podu4it i Ispanskii a potom uzhe vsie dorogi otkriti... Mnie kazhetsia shto zdies zhit na mnogo realnei!! Prishli mnie esho kakie nebud foto na pamiat, ia tak rad na Tebia


    There's actually only one error in the message :P
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    Мне кажется, нэтив-спикер не напишет "табой", "выздравила" "од дома", "англиский", "сматря", пусть даже и латиницей. Причем местоимение "ты" все время с большой буквы.
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    i think thats a native. maybe living in another country (presumably Spain) for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misnomer
    maybe living in another country (presumably Spain) for a long time.
    Quite possible.
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Мне кажется, нэтив-спикер не напишет "табой", "выздравила" "од дома", "англиский", "сматря", пусть даже и латиницей. Причем местоимение "ты" все время с большой буквы.
    Maybe, s/he's absolutley illiterate.
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    ia tak rad na Tebia v etom godu esho na pliazh nexodil.

    he.

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    Yeah, I just didn't think about that. I first wrote 'he' but then decided to write s/he to avoid possible chastisement.

    His style of writing reminds me of modern Internet slang: красавчег, йух, абстену etc.
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    Thanks for that, Yes he is a Russian native and has been living in spain for 10 years .. maybe he was drunk when he wrote it , hence the mistakes
    .... В чужой монастырь со своим уставом не ходят

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    There are actually no grammatical errors (apart from the 'na' I've marked in red) in the letter. But there are tons of spelling ones... I wouldn't write that way even if I was wasted.
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    Shoud the "na" actually be "dlya" ? my Russian is basic , but I would guess this is right.
    .... В чужой монастырь со своим уставом не ходят

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotland to Russia
    Shoud the "na" actually be "dlya" ? my Russian is basic , but I would guess this is right.
    It should be "за"
    Придёт весна и мы раскроем окна..
    Айда на встречу друг другу!
    Придёт весна и яркое солнце
    Растопит лёд старых обид глупых.

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    but can't you say "она нехорошая на меня"?

    my mother says that
    Vrei să pleci dar nu ma, nu ma iei
    Nu ma, nu ma iei, nu ma, nu ma, nu ma iei
    Chipul tau si dragostea din tei
    Mi-amintesc de ochii tai

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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    But this is not a russian email. It's not written by a native speaker.
    Quote Originally Posted by gRomoZeka
    I'm positive it's written by a native speaker. Why do you think otherwise?
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
    I am a notourriouse misspeller. Be easy on me.
    Пожалуйста! Исправляйте мои глупые ошибки (но оставьте умные)!
    Yo hablo español mejor que tú.
    Trusnse kal'rt eturule sikay!!! ))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Евгения Белякова
    but can't you say "она нехорошая на меня"?

    my mother says that
    no, u cant. it doesn make sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by Евгения Белякова
    but can't you say "она нехорошая на меня"?

    my mother says that
    You can use 'на' in expressions such as: она зла на меня.
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