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    a ded dymal

    Hi all,

    Can anyone tell me what "..a ded dymal" means?
    Ded = Grandfather right? I couldn't find any translation of dymal. Is it a misspelling? (Which would make my learning Russian a lot harder )

    Also if you could help a little with my translation below it would be a great help.

    "A zwonki Andrey Debbie ja znaju, 4yo poka mne eto nado, no posle nix stanovitsja ewe xrenovee.."


    And the call from Andrey Debbie I know, what I need is a goodbye (?), but afterwards they begin more xrenovee.. (?)

    Thanks for the tips!!

    Spasibo.

    Debbie.

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    Re: a ded dymal

    Quote Originally Posted by Debbie
    Hi all,

    Can anyone tell me what "..a ded dymal" means?
    Ded = Grandfather right? I couldn't find any translation of dymal. Is it a misspelling? (Which would make my learning Russian a lot harder )

    Also if you could help a little with my translation below it would be a great help.

    "A zwonki Andrey Debbie ja znaju, 4yo poka mne eto nado, no posle nix stanovitsja ewe xrenovee.."


    And the call from Andrey Debbie I know, what I need is a goodbye (?), but afterwards they begin more xrenovee.. (?)

    Thanks for the tips!!

    Spasibo.

    Debbie.
    А дед думал - and the grandfather thought


    the second seems blur:

    пока мне это надо? но после них становится ещё хреновее - as long as I need it, but after them it's getting even worse.
    Я так думаю.

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