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    translation plz !?

    "blindihka v cringakh ,vot bloin"
    "blnhdnhka b CPNHGAX ....BOT bLONH"

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    My try: блондинка в стрингах(g-string), вот блин

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    Quote Originally Posted by net surfer
    My try: блондинка в стрингах(g-string), вот блин
    But what does THAT mean? A blonde girl in a g-string, this is nonsense!?!?
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    Maybe: A blonde girl in a g-string, whooweee!
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
    I am a notourriouse misspeller. Be easy on me.
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    "Блин!" - это тоже самое, как в фильмах говорят "F*ck!". из-за недовольства, например.
    Но это не мат. Мат вы, наверное, знаете и так - б*я

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by net surfer
    My try: блондинка в стрингах(g-string), вот блин
    But what does THAT mean? A blonde girl in a g-string, this is nonsense!?!?
    I guess вот блин is used here to express surprise. Maybe they saw her in маршрутка and there was only a g-string on her.

    kalinka, what does "whooweee" mean?

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    [quote=net surfer]
    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by "net surfer":1krpl63r
    My try: блондинка в стрингах(g-string), вот блин
    But what does THAT mean? A blonde girl in a g-string, this is nonsense!?!?
    I guess вот блин is used here to express surprise. Maybe they saw her in маршрутка and there was only a g-string on her.

    kalinka, what does "whooweee" mean?[/quote:1krpl63r]

    It means "wow!" or "whoa!" It's just an expression of surprise.
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    Can anyone please make a comprehensive list of English interjections which are in common use, so as to keep the English-studying kept abreast?

    Or is it too much that I ask for?
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    "Wowee!" is more of a noise.

    Good ones...

    Suprise

    Cor/gor blimey! (God, blind me!)
    Zounds! (God's wounds)
    Gordon Bennett!

    "Good-bye"s

    Cheerio!
    Toodle-oo!

    Pleasure

    Jolly good.
    "..., what?" (as in "tea, what?"; I suspect this is from "tea, or what better?" or something similar.

    Yeah, just off the top of my head. Go forth and use them!
    Ленин пил
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh-Monkey


    Yeah, just off the top of my head. Go forth and use them! [/list]
    I wouldn't recommend it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by Seventh-Monkey


    Yeah, just off the top of my head. Go forth and use them! [/list]
    I wouldn't recommend it...
    Me neither... but since he's from England-- I guess they use those terms often.

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    Seventh-Monkey, I didn't understand about tea. What kind of phrase is it?
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    I didn't understand it either... I wouldn't recommend these phrases, unless you want to sound pretentious...

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    Yeah, they're not really phrases you'll often hear. Not even in England. Sorry to disappoint you.

    Rytom: picked that up from P. G. Wodehouse, actually. The absent-minded old gents are always adding ", what?" to the end of 'good things', like "Oh, cake, what?".
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    In essence, ignore Seventh Monkey's suggestions
    don't try to always find literal meaning in all english exclamations, just as you wouldn't for Russian... in different contexts they mean different things Mine (wooweee (or something similar)) was an exclmation of surprise and joy!
    Hei, rett norsken min og du er død.
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    [quote=love.angel]
    Quote Originally Posted by basurero
    Quote Originally Posted by "Seventh-Monkey":2zgtgyen


    Yeah, just off the top of my head. Go forth and use them! [/list]
    I wouldn't recommend it...
    Me neither... but since he's from England-- I guess they use those terms often.[/quote:2zgtgyen]

    NO WE DON'T!

    They are old, and you will sound like you are form the 1950s if you use them. This is how Americans think we speak.

    My interjections:

    Surprise

    F**k!
    Sh*t!
    Really!?
    Ingenting kan stoppa mig
    In Post-Soviet Russia internet porn downloads YOU!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    In essence, ignore Seventh Monkey's suggestions
    don't try to always find literal meaning in all english exclamations, just as you wouldn't for Russian... in different contexts they mean different things Mine (wooweee (or something similar)) was an exclmation of surprise and joy!
    They were... historical asides.
    Ленин пил
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    Ленин будет пить

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtyom
    Can anyone please make a comprehensive list of English interjections which are in common use, so as to keep the English-studying kept abreast? :?:

    Or is it too much that I ask for? :lol: :wink:
    If you have Longman dictionary of contemporary English, you can easily select all the interjections from it. It's 201 of them in the 4th edition. Unfortunately there's no option to save the list to a file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by net surfer
    If you have Longman dictionary of contemporary English, you can easily select all the interjections from it. There are 201 of them in the 4th edition. Unfortunately there's no option to save the list to a file.
    Surprise

    F**k!
    Sh*t!
    Really!?
    Yes taty is right. Just say OMFG.

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    basurero, thanks and I usually use those ones which TATY mentioned :)

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