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    How do you say . . . in Russian?

    How do you say "For every piece, her puzzle" in Russian?

    For context, imagine that I am talking about a puzzle piece when I say 'piece.'

    Additionally, I have to translate this into Morse Code - weird, I know - so can you provide the translation Romanized? (That is, it is possible to provide this translation in the English alphabet, or close to it?)

    Thank you so much!

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    Re: How do you say . . . in Russian?

    Quote Originally Posted by askav
    How do you say "For every piece, her puzzle" in Russian?

    For context, imagine that I am talking about a puzzle piece when I say 'piece.'
    But what exactly does that mean as a whole? It doesn't look like complete sentence.

    Additionally, I have to translate this into Morse Code - weird, I know - so can you provide the translation Romanized? (That is, it is possible to provide this translation in the English alphabet, or close to it?)
    Cyrillics (Russian alphabet) has it's own rules to apply Morse Code.
    http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Азбука_Морзе

    All of these looks very mysterious...
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    Re: How do you say . . . in Russian?

    All I'm trying to say is something like: "Every puzzle piece belongs to a puzzle" or something like that. If you can kind of call the puzzle piece a female, as in, "Every puzzle piece has her puzzle," that'd be great. The phrasing that would be ideal is something like "For every piece, her puzzle," but anything you can provide would be helpful.

    Haha. And thank you for the link. Would it be possible to get both the Cyrillic and Romanized versions?

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    Re: How do you say . . . in Russian?

    OK
    Here's my attempt:

    Для каждого фрагмента найдется свой пазл.

    In capital letters:

    ДЛЯ КАЖДОГО ФРАГМЕНТА НАЙДЕТСЯ СВОЙ ПАЗЛ.

    And official (as it is used now in foreign passports) transliteration:

    Dlya kazhdogo fragmenta najdetsya svoj pazl.
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    Re: How do you say . . . in Russian?

    Thank you so, so much.

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