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    Моя попытка говорить по-русски - reading a text I wrote

    Попытка поговорить на русском языке - YouTube

    Как я справилась?

    Next time I'll try to come up with something from my head and not cheat by writing it beforehand
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    Очень хорошо!!! Есть маленькие особенности, но с практикой они пройдут. В целом все слова, которые были сказаны, мне были понятны. Носитель русского языка вас бы понял.

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    Very, very, very good, given you studied Russian only a year or so. Especially pronunciation and general flow of words. There’re some minor mistakes, but nothing is impossible for sufficiently motivated people, as a wit would say, including the Russian language. Take Black Jack, for example. His Manhattan accent is almost indistinguishable in the video below and he is definitely well at ease with some rather advanced usage patterns. Just assiduous practicing ‘mafia songs’ already made him perfect to model after))).

    Блэк Джек - Нинка (2004) - YouTube

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    Very good, Valda!
    One minor mistake is the pronunciation of your country's name - Израиль. You can hear the right one here. Russian version is closer to Arabic pronunciation, I think, but with letter А stressed and soft Л at the end.

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    August 7th
    Quote Originally Posted by Valda View Post
    *по-русски (наречие)
    *по-английски (наречие)


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    я стараюсь говорить по-русский! Я признаю что я прочитала текст из экрана. Следующее раз я буду постараться без экрана.



    Haven't had a chance to listen to it yet (YouTube is blocked here)

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    Quite decent pronunciation, Valda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomer View Post
    August 7th


    August 9th
    я стараюсь говорить по-русский! Я признаю что я прочитала текст из экрана. Следующее раз я буду постараться без экрана.



    Haven't had a chance to listen to it yet (YouTube is blocked here)

    Originally I wrote по русски like you said, but from some reason I told myself that can't be right. So I edited it back to по-русский mistakenly
    Very good, Valda!
    One minor mistake is the pronunciation of your country's name - Израиль. You can hear the right one here. Russian version is closer to Arabic pronunciation, I think, but with letter А stressed and soft Л at the end.
    OK, listened to it. Thanks

    Quite decent pronunciation, Valda
    w00t, coming from u.....
    *kiss*!

    @ Diogen - thanks. I try. было бы желание а способ найдется!

    @ Sibiriak - Good! Thanks! Now I just need to pass as a native
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    Why do you say "чувствую себья" instead of "чувствую себя"? Did not you read on this forum that there is no "й" sound in "я" when it follows a consonant?

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    Are you saying I should pronounce the себя part
    Seb-ya
    Instead of
    Sebya

    ?
    "Особенно упорно надо заниматься тем, кто ничего не знает." - Като Ломб

    "В один прекрасный день все ваши подспудные знания хлынут наружу. Ощущения при этом замечательные, уверяю вас." -Кто-то

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdns View Post
    Very good, Valda!
    One minor mistake is the pronunciation of your country's name - Израиль. You can hear the right one here. Russian version is closer to Arabic pronunciation, I think, but with letter А stressed and soft Л at the end.
    Вы что, действительно считаете, что там только одна ошибка?
    Why do you say "чувствую себья" instead of "чувствую себя"? Did not you read on this forum that there is no "й" sound in "я" when it follows a consonant?
    Сказал главный специалист по русской фонетике. Хотя замечание совершенно верное по сути.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus View Post
    Вы что, действительно считаете, что там только одна ошибка?
    Did I write "the one and only mistake"? Well, perhaps I should have written "one mistake I'd like to comment on"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valda View Post
    Are you saying I should pronounce the себя part
    Seb-ya
    Instead of
    Sebya
    ?
    No, there is no "y" there.
    The phonetic structure is [с'иб'а] (the apostrophe denotes soft consonants).

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    I agree that Valda's pronunciation of Russian is very good for someone who's so new to the language -- молодец! There were just a few places where (as a non-native speaker myself) I had trouble understanding the words she was trying to say because her pronunciation was "off", but I assume that a native speaker would understand everything.
    Valda -- regarding the pronunciation of "себя", here's a question for you: Are you familiar with the difference between the ñ and the n in Spanish mañana ("morning" or "tomorrow")? The better that you understand the Ñ/N distinction, the easier it is to explain the proper pronunciation of the -бя in себя.
    Говорит Бегемот: "Dear citizens of MR -- please correct my Russian mistakes!"

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    Just understand that there is no y/й sound in this word. Do not pronounce it. I blame the fact that many people who are trying to learn Russian pronounce those excess "y"-s on incorrect textbooks. For example, if your textbook says you should pronounce "sebya", burn that book with fire.

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    Спасибо за исправлений . I think I understand it all quite clear now
    Ваша помощь бесценно
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    *Спасибо за исправления.
    *Ваша помощь бесценна.

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    Bravo!
    Please correct my English

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    Here is your speech that I repeat.
    israel — на Яндекс.Видео
    I had change some words, including your name - "Ор" to "Орь" - because I think, it is more suitable pronounce for woman's name. (Sorry, if you dont like it.)

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    Just heard that. That was very sweet of you! You have a nice voice. Thanks a bunch
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