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    Quote Originally Posted by boisebret
    How about:

    Брет Нелсоновиш?

    My middle name is actually Nelson, which is my father's first name....
    It would be "Нелсоновна". "Нелсонович" is masculine.
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    If I'm a man, taking my father's name, SHOULDN'T it be masuline??
    Брет
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    Oh, I'm so sorry , somehow I didn't doubt (without any reason obviously) that Bret was a female name, sorry.
    "Happy new year, happy new year
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    So the masculine patronymic you supplied me, would work??
    Брет
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    So the masculine patronymic you supplied me, would work??
    Yes, Брет Нелсонович, it would.

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    Anna:

    Спасибо!

    Bret/Брет
    Брет
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    скорее даже Брет Нельсонович

    ведь одноглазому адмиралу тоже мягкий знак добавили ...
    Оригинал: Call me ASAP.
    Перевод: Зови меня Асапом. (С)

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