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    Re: Things that are not in the books.

    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Have you ever been arrested before?
    Раньше, вы были арестованы?
    Кстати, обычно говорят "Ранее задерживались?" Арест by Russian laws, means a punishment, keeping a person in isolation of socety from 1 month upto 6 months. Задержание is a prossesual act of a short-time freedom limitation, upto 3 days.
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    Where is the stress on this word?
    задерживались
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Where is the stress on this word?
    задерживались
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Where is the stress on this word?
    задерживались
    задерживались

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    More polite phrases

    Perhaps you have forgot: "Давай, давай". Russians tell it always to Germans in the films.

    In Aleksandr Nevsky I hear many times used as an insult "собака", but since the dog was almost a князь у меня... one risks of saying that and that it becomes a compliment.
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    Re: More polite phrases

    Quote Originally Posted by Vladi
    Perhaps you have forgot: "Давай, давай". Russians tell it always to Germans in the films.

    In Aleksandr Nevsky I hear many times used as an insult "собака", but since the dog was almost a князь у меня... one risks of saying that and that it becomes a compliment.
    "Собака" is an insult. It's not so offensive as it used to be in Nevsky's times but still it may be used so. (A son of a bitch (Сукин сын) has replaced it).
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    Re: Things that are not in the books.

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    Russian police doesn't make a big fuss over formalities. They may just shout "Лежать!" then search you up pointing their AK's at you.
    Ramil, imho you are unfair to russian police. AFAIK, the US cops usually shout "freez!!!" and shoot, or they even shoot and then shout "freez" instead of "could you stay here for a while, please". The last thing a russian police officer can do is shooting. Every shot is a great rape session for a russian police officer with a lot of reports, finding and showing the shot shells and investigation about an accident, did he realy have rights to shoot when a thug started to cut his throat? Trust me, i know what i'm talking about...
    Actually for my purposes it would be better to use phrases that are a little polite. Similar to US police.
    (US cops usually are more polite than you would think)
    Ditto. And, american cops will try to avoid shooting, by any means. But, they will shoot back if someone is shooting at them.
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    I still need help with a few more. I have to correctly make the Imperative out of вытянуть with stress.

    Again I need common ways to say these:

    Вытяни ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.


    Любое повреждено?
    Is anyone injured?


    Где вы повреждены?
    Where are you injured?
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    Расставить ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Лечь на землю (лицом вниз)!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.

    Есть раненые/пострадавшие? or Кто-нибудь ранен/пострадал?
    Is anyone injured?

    Куда вы ранены?
    Where are you injured?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDT

    Вытяни ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.
    Are you really studying police vocabulary or is it a cover for something else....

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    Re: Things that are not in the books.

    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    DDT, I had a lot of contacts with cops several years ago, they work with such scum_!!! _90% of their "customers" are complete_ a$$holes, _ drug addicted thugs... they dont know what the word "polite" means. For your purposes there should be two polices - one police for normal people, another police for criminals

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DDT

    Вытяни ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.
    Are you really studying police vocabulary or is it a cover for something else....
    Yeah you caught me! I'm actually planing on expanding my drug trafficking business into Moscow and I need to be able understand the local police!
    Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think and act for myself. - Chief Joseph, Nez Perce

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DDT

    Вытяни ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.
    Are you really studying police vocabulary or is it a cover for something else....
    Yeah you caught me! I'm actually planing on expanding my drug trafficking business into Moscow and I need to be able understand the local police!
    You'd better to learn how to understand your competitors in this market. These lads have a very poor sence of humor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DDT

    Вытяни ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.
    Are you really studying police vocabulary or is it a cover for something else....
    Yeah you caught me! I'm actually planing on expanding my drug trafficking business into Moscow and I need to be able understand the local police!
    Lol, well at least that's not as kinky as what I had in mind....

    So... how do you say "handcuff yourself to the bed"?

    Надей на себя наручники .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by DDT

    Вытяни ноги!
    Spread your legs.

    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    Lie down with your face to the floor/ground.
    Are you really studying police vocabulary or is it a cover for something else....
    Yeah you caught me! I'm actually planing on expanding my drug trafficking business into Moscow and I need to be able understand the local police!
    Lol, well at least that's not as kinky as what I had in mind....

    So... how do you say "handcuff yourself to the bed"?

    Надень на себя наручники .....
    Пристегни себя наручниками к кровати.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Вытяни ноги!
    Correct is "вытяни"

    Quote Originally Posted by DDT
    Полежи, лицом к полу!
    "Полежи" is very tender imperative
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    "Полежи" is very tender imperative
    Полежи-ка пока на диванчике!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramil
    Пристегни себя наручниками к кровати.
    Ох уж эти любовный игры...

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    Thanks for the help!


    So,
    Пристегни себя наручниками к кровати.

    Hmm..... Where is the stress on наручниками ?
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    It's наручниками, если не ошибаюсь
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