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    can someonle pls translate...

    Can someone please translate this for me:

    Perezhivaju. Kak zhizn. Davno hotela skazat. Chto ty uehal.

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    Re: can someonle pls translate...

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetk
    Can someone please translate this for me:

    Perezhivaju. Kak zhizn. Davno hotela skazat. Chto ty uehal.
    It does not make much sense.

    I am worried. How is life? I wanted to tell long ago. That you left.

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    That looks like a telegram. Still, it doesn't make much sense.
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    Sorry. I left out a sentence.

    Perezhivaju. Kak zhizn. Davno hotela skazat. Chto ne raz pozhalel. Chto ty uehal.

    Thank you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetk
    Sorry. I left out a sentence.

    Perezhivaju. Kak zhizn. Davno hotela skazat. Chto ne raz pozhalel. Chto ty uehal.

    Thank you!!
    I am worried. How is life? Wanted to tell a while ago. That I regretted more than once that you left.

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    Thank you all!

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    Just a note to the translation, in English you can never say:

    I wanted to tell long ago.
    but:
    I wanted to tell you (long ago)

    I would translate it as:

    I am worried. How is life. I have been wanting to tell you for some time. That I regretted more than once that you left.

    BTW, are you sure it wasn't "Chto ne raz pozhalela"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    Just a note to the translation, in English you can never say:

    I wanted to tell long ago.
    but:
    I wanted to tell you (long ago)
    Sure you can and many people do. I see nothing wrong with either.
    (I know you weren't refering to my translation)


    BTW, are you sure it wasn't "Chto ne raz pozhalela"?
    Probably was a typo, it is supposed to be pozhalela.

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    Yes. It was chto ne raz pozhalela.

    Does the a in the end alter the meaning?

    Thanks againg.

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    Yes, it alters the meaning. If you remove -a you turn into a man. If you add -a you turn into a woman. Did you get it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDSanchous
    If you remove -a you turn into a man. If you add -a you turn into a woman.
    And here transexuals are, saving money to afford a sex change, when all they had to do was drop or add an "a"?
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    Oh yeah, baby, oh yeah!

    That's so easy, isn't it? I was also amazed to learn that the only thing you gotta do if you want to change your sex is just remove -a (or add it).
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    Well that is how most russian transvestites do it... too bad it doesn't work in the U.S.... they could of saved alot of money!
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    Can someone please translate this for me:

    Mej, kak vsegda otchin haroshie druzja i cozvanivaemsja kazhduju nedelju.

    Also, what does the following mean:

    chto tam u vas proishodit?

    Thank you.

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    There is a good site to translate translit:

    http://www.translit.ru

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzu
    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    Just a note to the translation, in English you can never say:

    I wanted to tell long ago.
    but:
    I wanted to tell you (long ago)
    Sure you can and many people do. I see nothing wrong with either.
    (I know you weren't refering to my translation)

    You can't say that "I wanted to tell long ago".

    To tell is a transitive verb, meaning it requires a direct object. You always need to say who you are telling something to.

    "I will tell you"
    "I will tell" - Is what I child would say [it is gramastically incorrect].
    "I have told that he stole the money" - 'Tis wrong
    "I have told him/the police/Jim that he stole the money" - This is correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetk
    Can someone please translate this for me:

    Mej, kak vsegda otchin haroshie druzja i cozvanivaemsja kazhduju nedelju.

    Also, what does the following mean:

    chto tam u vas proishodit?

    Thank you.
    we, like really good friends always do, call each other every week

    what is happening over at you(/your place)?
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