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    Попасть

    Пожалуйста, выставляйте свои примеры.

    Пуля попала в цель.
    The bullet hit the target.

    Мяч попал в грудь голкиперу.
    The ball hit goalkeeper's chest.

    Как отсюда попасть на пляж?
    How can I get to the beach from here?

    Возьми зонт, чтобы не попасть под дождь.
    Take an umbrella in order not to be caught in the rain.

    Мы попали домой к вечеру.
    We got home by the evening.

    Он хотел ударить по мячу, но не попал.
    He wanted to hit the ball but missed it.
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    Re: Попасть

    Он не попал в участники соревнований.
    He failed to become a member of the sports competition.

    Вы попали не туда.
    You’ve found yourself in the wrong place OR You’ve dialed a wrong number.

    Чтобы попасть в другую страну, нужна виза.
    One needs a visa to enter another country.

    На войне мой дед попал в плен.
    My grandfather was taken prisoner during the war.

    Борис попал карандашом в глаз Олегу.
    Boris injured Oleg in his eye with the pencil by accident.
    «И всё, что сейчас происходит внутре — тоже является частью вселенной».

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    Re: Попасть

    Попасть в неприятности (to get into trouble)
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    Re: Попасть

    Как слово комплексное! может быть на английский почти говорят "to get."

    What a complex word! In English, maybe you could almost say "to get."

    Например –

    The bullet got the target.
    The ball got the goalkeeper’s chest.
    How can I get to the beach from here?
    Take an umbrella so you won’t get rained on.
    We got home by evening.
    He wanted to get the ball but missed it.

    He didn’t get to be a member of the sports competition.
    You didn’t get it.
    To get into another country, you need a visa.
    In the war, my grandfather got taken prisoner.
    Oleg got it in the eye from Boris’s pencil (Oh well, this one doesn’t work – doesn’t have the meaning of “by accident.”)
    To get into trouble.

    Not perfect, but maybe I will remember the word better!

    Неполный перевод но я может быть больше помню слово!
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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    [s:1f2k4y3s]Как слово комплексное![/s:1f2k4y3s] Какое сложное (or многозначное?) слово! Может быть, [s:1f2k4y3s]на английский почти говорят "to get."[/s:1f2k4y3s] Может быть, в английском можно сказать "to get" (Better: может быть, на английский его часто можно перевести [как] "to get").

    Not perfect, but maybe I will remember the word better!

    Неполный перевод, но я, может быть, [s:1f2k4y3s]больше помню слово![/s:1f2k4y3s]
    I didn't get the "больше помню слово" part. (I didn't understand the English variant either... )
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    Re: Попасть

    Дима разбил тарелку, и ему попало.
    Dima broke the plate and was punished.

    В квартире было не прибрано, вещи валялись где попало.
    The room was not trimmed, things was in disorderly state.
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by it-ogo
    В квартире было не прибрано, вещи валялись где попало.
    The room was not trimmed, things was in disorderly state.
    If you don't mind my corrections:

    The room was not trim, things were in a disorderly state.

    Other ways to say this (yours is fine, too - "In a disordered state" is a bit formal, but okay):

    The room was not neat, things were scattered about.

    The room was not ship-shape, things were topsy-turvy.

    The room was not tidy, things lay about( or, sprawled) where they had fallen. (probably the most literal translation)
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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    [s:3nvxepnx]Как слово комплексное![/s:3nvxepnx] Какое сложное (or многозначное?) слово! Может быть, [s:3nvxepnx]на английский почти говорят "to get."[/s:3nvxepnx] Может быть, в английском можно сказать "to get" (Better: может быть, на английский его часто можно перевести [как] "to get").

    Not perfect, but maybe I will remember the word better!

    Неполный перевод, но я, может быть, [s:3nvxepnx]больше помню слово![/s:3nvxepnx]
    I didn't get the "больше помню слово" part. (I didn't understand the English variant either... )
    Not exactly perfect translations, but maybe I'll remember the word (Попасть) better!

    Может быть, я Буду лучше помнить слово. Is this understandable? Can I use "больше" as well?


    Дорогая Оля! Мне следует изучать китайский язык? У меня слишком много ошибок в переводе!!!!

    Dear Оля! Should I study Chinese (instead of Russian)? I make too many translation mistakes!!!
    Correct my Russian, please! Пожалуйста, исправьте мои ошибки!

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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    Not exactly perfect translations, but maybe I'll remember the word (Попасть) better!

    Может быть, я Буду лучше помнить слово. Is this understandable? Can I use "больше" as well?
    "Буду помнить smth" means "I'll keep smth in my mind".
    Maybe what you mean is: Я получше вспомню это слово. But unfortunately, this doesn't sound very good in Russian, either. One could say, "Я еще вспомню (better: повспоминаю) другие значения этого слова".

    Дорогая Оля! Мне следует изучать китайский язык? У меня слишком много ошибок в переводе!!!!
    If you don't need my corrections, please, only let me know.
    The fact is that English and Russian languages, their wording and phrasing, are very different. But I don't think that English and Chinese are closer.
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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    The room was not trim, things were in a disorderly state.
    Ну вот, вечно я попадаю с этими "was - were"!
    Oh, my, I am always in trouble with these "was - were"!


    Thnx.
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by it-ogo
    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    The room was not trim, things were in a disorderly state.
    Ну вот, вечно я попадаю с этими "was - were"!
    Oh, my, I am always in trouble with these "was - were"!


    Thnx.
    I'm not sure I like the word "trim" here. I think Winifred was just trying to keep the word from "trimmed", but It doesn't sound right to me to use it in the context of a room.

    Sounds better: The room was not tidy...

    Even more natural (conversational): The room was a mess.
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    Re: Попасть

    Оля -Of course, please keep correcting, as long as you have energy to do so - I just worry about over-working you! My Russian isn't improving fast enough for me to say all I want to, in Russian!

    Matroskin Kot - Yes, "trim" is a stretch, concerning a room. It does mean "in order" or "orderly," though, as in a trim ship or a trim lawn, so it could be used. But, I agree, (as I said, above), that "tidy" is the most literal translation.

    I must admit that I love poetry, so when a word is stretched, but not wrong, sometimes I am charmed into admiring the use!

    By the way, What does your name mean? What is a Matroskin Kot?
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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    ...What is a Matroskin Kot?
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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    What is a Matroskin Kot?
    Это -- фамилия такое.
    "Сейчас без языка нельзя... из тебя шапку сделают..."
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    Re: Попасть

    навеяно одним тредом

    попадать/попасть кому-то на язык — to fall victim of smbd's tongue

    Не дай боже, попасть ему на язык!
    God save from his (sharp/evil) tongue!
    Please correct any mistake you see in my message. Thank you in advance!
    Очень прошу исправлять любые мои ошибки (и на русском тоже). Заранее спасибо!

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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Оля
    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    Not exactly perfect translations, but maybe I'll remember the word (Попасть) better!

    Может быть, я Буду лучше помнить слово. Is this understandable? Can I use "больше" as well?
    "Буду помнить smth" means "I'll keep smth in my mind".
    Maybe what you mean is: Я получше вспомню это слово. But unfortunately, this doesn't sound very good in Russian, either. One could say, "Я еще вспомню (better: повспоминаю) другие значения этого слова".
    I think that what Winifred meant was "Наверное мои переводы несовершенны, но возможно они помогут мне самому получше запомнить это слово".

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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Matroskin Kot
    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    What is a Matroskin Kot?
    Это -- фамилия такое.
    Wasn't it фамилие?

    Addition:
    I've listened to it and it definitely was.
    Later, it's funny how he says "ремонтировают", derived from "ремонтировать".

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    Re: Попасть

    [quote=E-learner]
    Quote Originally Posted by "Matroskin Kot":2zsbqhbs
    Quote Originally Posted by Winifred
    What is a Matroskin Kot?
    Это -- фамилия такое.
    Wasn't it фамилие?

    Addition:
    I've listened to it and it definitely was.
    Later, it's funny how he says "ремонтировают", derived from "ремонтировать".[/quote:2zsbqhbs]

    He's a talking cat! Cut him some slack.

    Actually, the way he talks is half the reason I like the character so much. The actor who did his voice (Tabakov?) is brilliant.
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    Re: Попасть

    Quote Originally Posted by Matroskin Kot
    The actor who did his voice (Tabakov?) is brilliant.
    Was brilliant. Some time. Well, it's my own opinion which may be wrong.

    You wrote his name correctly.
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    Re: Попасть

    [quote=Оля]
    Quote Originally Posted by "Matroskin Kot":n9zjr3tj
    The actor who did his voice (Tabakov?) is brilliant.
    Was brilliant. Some time. Well, it's my own opinion which may be wrong.

    You wrote his name correctly.[/quote:n9zjr3tj]

    You don't like his later work?
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