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    I like her

    How do you say 'I like her' (I believe it's like ' She is pleasing to me', not 'I love her') in Russian?

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    Yep.
    Она мне нравится.
    "Россия для русских" - это неправильно. Остальные-то чем лучше?

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    Okay, thanks, that's what I thought! If I change the word order, it should still mean the same, yes?

    Она нравится мне

    Only google translate says it means 'She likes me' now...

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    You are right, and Google is wrong. "Она нравится мне" still means "I like her"
    She likes me = Я ей нравлюсь = Я нравлюсь ей = Ей нравлюсь я = etc.

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    I beat google! that's cool...

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    > If I change the word order, it should still mean the same, yes?
    not quite! In Russian language, keyword is always in the end of the sentence.
    e.g.:
    Собака была у мальчика. (in this case this sentence about what a dog owner was a boy)
    У мальчика была собака. (in this case this sentence about what the boy had a dog)

    grafrich, you understand?

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