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    I love you - Russian ( latin characters )

    I am little confuse here with the online translator.

    I love you - Russian ( latin characters )

    YA l'ubl'u Vas or Ya Tebya Lyublu ?

    Which one is correct?need help,thanks.

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    Both are correct.

    The firts one is more formal.

    P.S.

    It's easy to help when there is a context.

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    This description is better (from kalinka_vinnie)

    tebya is the "familiar tone"
    vas is the "respectful tone" as you would say to strangers or older people.
    Like in french "vous" and "tu".

    If you talk about eternal love, use the "tebya".

    But to answer your question, yes, they both mean "you"

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    mooreply

    why can u not say ya lublu tebja with the tebja second thats how i have been doing it is this wrong also if u want to pronouce it try yelloblue found it helps lol one day ill figure it out even if i got to fly to russian and sound like a complete fool for the first year
    its my opinion - but its flexible

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    mooman: both variations are equal and can be used to their fullest extent.
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
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    Trusnse kal'rt eturule sikay!!! ))

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    Just say "Vash". Easy to pronounce, short, and sweet.

    *Edit: It basically means "I'm yours"

    **Edit: Oh, and never type anything to say to a Russian into an online translator. More than likely, you'll sound like an idiot.

    tdk

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdk2fe
    More than likely, you'll sound like an idiot.

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    А если написать в онлайновом переводчике "Я идиот", то по закону подлости он переведёт правильно. В чём, кстати, и будет прав.
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    По существу, я только говорю, что, если Вы пробуете перевести кое-что, типа этого, люди могут иметь понимание трудного времени

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdk2fe
    люди могут иметь понимание трудного времени

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    Online-translated?

    people can have understanding the hard time?
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    My point exactly

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