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    Could anyone translate this?

    I want to know how to say "Bye guys, ill miss you." because im moving, and i have a question (this is so dumb of me) do you say "I love you" in russian as " Ya lyubit' tebya" or "Ya lyubov' tebya" ?

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    1) «Пока, ребята, мне будет вас не хватать»;
    2) "Ya lyublyu tebya".
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    1) «Пока, ребята, мне будет вас не хватать»;
    2) "Ya lyublyu tebya".
    Spasiba! Thank you! I thought i was off with the word, "love" but, thank you so much, now I can say goodbye to my friends the way I wanted to, instead of just saying "Good-bye" or "bye"

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    Ya lublyu tebya -- I love you (one person, "thou")

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (y'all)

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (to an older person, such as a teacher).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaika
    Ya lublyu tebya -- I love you (one person, "thou")

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (y'all)

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (to an older person, such as a teacher).
    okay, that REALLY helps! (Rtyom's info was helpful, and so is this) Spasiba!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Spasiba!
    We write it as "спасибо". You can come across "спасиба", "спасибы" and others in informal speech but according to the rules it's a mistake to change the letter.
    As long as you are not native speaker and seem to speak Russian very little I wouldn't recommend you to get used to the wrong variant.

    P.S.: Please, correct my mistakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Quote Originally Posted by chaika
    Ya lublyu tebya -- I love you (one person, "thou")

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (y'all)

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (to an older person, such as a teacher).
    okay, that REALLY helps! (Rtyom's info was helpful, and so is this) Spasiba!
    It's spelt Spasibo
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    It's spelt Spasibo
    Краткость — сестра таланта.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaya
    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Spasiba!
    We write it as "спасибо". You can come across "спасиба", "спасибы" and others in informal speech but according to the rules it's a mistake to change the letter.
    As long as you are not native speaker and seem to speak Russian very little I wouldn't recommend you to get used to the wrong variant.

    P.S.: Please, correct my mistakes.
    okay, thank you. so it is written "спасибо"? thank you for telling me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Quote Originally Posted by chaika
    Ya lublyu tebya -- I love you (one person, "thou")

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (y'all)

    Ya lublyu vas -- I love you (to an older person, such as a teacher).
    okay, that REALLY helps! (Rtyom's info was helpful, and so is this) Spasiba!
    It's spelt Spasibo
    oh! im so sorry! thankyou for correcting me!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Quote Originally Posted by Zaya
    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Spasiba!
    We write it as "спасибо". You can come across "спасиба", "спасибы" and others in informal speech but according to the rules it's a mistake to change the letter.
    As long as you are not native speaker and seem to speak Russian very little I wouldn't recommend you to get used to the wrong variant.

    P.S.: Please, correct my mistakes.
    okay, thank you. so it is written "спасибо"? thank you for telling me!
    Well without the bold letter in the middle, that was just to demonstrate where the stress falls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaya
    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Spasiba!
    We write it as "спасибо". You can come across "спасиба", "спасибы" and others in informal speech but according to the rules it's a mistake to change the letter.
    As long as you are not native speaker and seem to speak Russian very little I wouldn't recommend you to get used to the wrong variant.

    P.S.: Please, correct my mistakes.
    Кажется, что ЮлияВолковаФэн не знает Кириллицу, а ты не писала "спасибо" латинскими буквами.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Кажется, что ЮлияВолковаФэн не знает кириллицу, а то не писала бы "спасибо" латинскими буквами.
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by Zaya
    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Spasiba!
    We write it as "спасибо". You can come across "спасиба", "спасибы" and others in informal speech but according to the rules it's a mistake to change the letter.
    As long as you are not a native speaker and seem to speak Russian very little I wouldn't recommend you to get used to the wrong variant.

    P.S.: Please, correct my mistakes.
    Кажется,_ЮлияВолковаФэн не знает кириллицу, а ты не писала "спасибо" латинскими буквами.
    А мне и незачем его латиницей писать. :P И YuliaVolkovaFan догадался/-лась по контексту, о чём идёт речь.
    Теперь он(а) знает по крайней мере одно слово. И сможет скопировать, если захочет:
    Спасибо, спасибо.

    "Что" после "кажется" не нужно.
    Кстати, есть там у меня ещё ошибки, кроме пропущенного артикля
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    I heard a word at the radio a word that I couldn't find in any dictionary...maybe I missunderstood it:класно ...so does it exist?if yes,what it means?
    спасиба
    Bсе будет хорoшо!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray_of_light
    I heard a word at the radio a word that I couldn't find in any dictionary...maybe I missunderstood it: классно ...so does it exist?if yes,what it means?
    спасибо
    cool
    Классно is an adverb, btw.
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    Thanks
    For my misspelings too!I know I need them
    Bсе будет хорoшо!

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    i mean for correcting them...
    Bсе будет хорoшо!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YuliaVolkovaFan
    Spasiba!
    We write it as "спасибо". You can come across "спасиба", "спасибы" and others in informal speech but according to the rules it's a mistake to change the letter.
    As long as you are not native speaker and seem to speak Russian very little I wouldn't recommend you to get used to the wrong variant.
    You must have missed this post.))

    But you couldn't hear a double "с" in the word "классно".
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    Quote Originally Posted by ray_of_light
    I heard a word at the radio a word that I couldn't find in any dictionary...maybe I missunderstood it:класно ...so does it exist?if yes,what it means?
    спасиба
    This word exists in Russian informal language. Its rough equivalent in English is the word "nice".
    For example, if the Russian president speaks on a summit he usually can't say "Ребята, это будет классно!" but if I ask someone:
    "Why don't I can pick you up at around 3 p.m.?" (Я заеду за тобой около трёх?),
    my conversationalist can answer:
    "That would be nice!" ("Это будет классно!")

    Quite frankly, our president can sometimes speak things like "мочить в сортире", "Товарищ волк сам знает кого кушать: он кушает и никого не слушает", "У нас если каждого потереть хорошенько, то татарин появится" and so forth

    UPD: As I've heard before the word "kewl" also exists in English. And it means the same as the word "cool"?..

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