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Your store shows the price for the 600 flash cards as $14.90 and not $9.90
Спасибо! Я изучаю русский язык и это помощь 🤗
After a long day of work my phone tells me there's a new word to learn about. Thanks for making my days a little nicer and for teaching me about culture
можете ли вы сказать мне уникальные русские рецепты???
Пошли, пошел, пошла, пойдешь, пойдем, пойдут, пойдет, пойти, пойду, хех... Ох уж этот сложный русский))
Now I'm gonna get laid with an indifferent Russian beauty who barely acknowledges that I actually exist. Oh boy.
This dudes english is excellent
Всегда мечтал выучить русский. Хотя... постой... ??? Ich spreche Russisch genau jetzt. Ne, ich spreche German language. Oh, my lord, why i speak English? Where is my Russian!? I'm totally going crazy. Aaaaaaaaaaa
One more example Russian language for fastidious Russian lovers:Я спикаю на руинглише, где любой бой и любая герла кэн андерстанд меня. Мне не эшеймдно. Это тру!Translate from Ruinglish:"I speak Ruinglish, with wich any man, boys and girls, can understand me. And I'm not ashamed for that. It is good and right (to speak in Ruinglish) ."
very informative! thanks
Nicely explained, Russian is not always to apply
Same with vamos in spanish or ikimasou in japanese?
I thoroughly enjoy what you are doing. Your 'thinking out loud' even if not intentional is a very effective way to get the Russian across. I follow your lessons to keep my mind active (having completed three years of university level Russian roughly sixty years ago). Interestingly the language has changed somewhat. We were taught a rasping kh sound which in your speech is much more like h and likewise the shch is now much closer to sh. And so has the American variety of English. They now frequently palatalise the t in to and too which to my ears sounds really strange. Anyway: Molodets tovarishch!
There are some parallels in English. 'Be gone' and 'Done!' (past forms used to stand for future completion).
Pashli, muzhiki! Davai! Na, poluchiiiiit'!!!
Fedor I love your voice and accent, you're adorable!)))
Know someone who bought that. What program opens?
I see this used all the time in Russian airsoft videos like this one at 2:06 tvclip.biz/video/Kj_ttWMQDcc/video.html
Well, no languages are to be made logically, try Indonesian, you will regret how many illogical words there is if you are thinking too much about the core meaning of it vocabularly and grammatically
Can relate as a Malay!
Did the Kievan Rus speak Russian when King ruric United them??
@boobtuber06 you are добро пожаловать! ;)))
Close but not the same.There is a brilliant video about it. It's in russian, but have eng substvclip.biz/video/vDSn1HWY8J8/video.html
pertinent timing of this vid since contemporary vernacular is so heavily drenched with the use of the buzz phrase, "Let's go!" Пошли!
Я уже купил этой книги хотя я не такой "бегиннеп" но я думаю что я выучy много новых слов
@Vladimirs S а ещё запятые перед «хотя», «но» и «что», которые в т.н. «выразительном чтении» обозначаются паузами )))
Эту книгу (винительный падеж). Но вы точно не бегинер, родительный и винительный падежи часто путают и носители языка в некоторых редких случаях.
For invitation a la "let's go" also works future tense plural form: Пойдём в театр? or even future perfective: Сходим в театр? So, inviting a person somewhere you may use:- пошли- пойдём- сходимLast 2 may be used with давай: давай сходим/пойдём в театр, almost like copy from "let's go" construction. And funny part - пошли пойдём сходим - valid sentence.
Strangely Fyodor didn't mention that it's also imperative form of "послать - to send":Пошли им письмо, пожалуйста - send them a letter please!Of course it's just grammatical coincidence that this two different words collide into one form.
Пошли дурака за бутылкой водки, так он одну и принесёт ))))))
@Gor Mor ahaha, this is even more brilliant) you rule!
It is also the imperative form of the verb "пошлить" - to profane/vulgarize.
This was a hell of a deep digging! Bravo! Not always we, natives, think of all the meanings, but foreigners notice them all because they're learning and see words in different usages and ask themselves: wtf?)))
What about Mayor's Gagarin famous "Poyekhali!"?Поехали
@Titina de Cassovia Well, Gagarin was sitting in a rocket without any chance to change or affect anything :) As soon as countdown ended and lift-off command was given he said his phrase. It's pretty common for Russians to say it just before drive or ride something, but in his case its plural form (like we - humanity - are going to space, or maybe just he and his ship - chances for them not to come back were pretty high) and total violation of strict protocol of what can be said on in the air make this phrase special, despite it pretty common thing to say starting something or going somewhere.
@Vladimirs S Thank you very much. ;)I don't understand the last question, though. How did you mean it, please?
Поехали often used as a call to start an action right now, not necessarily related to going somewhere. E.g. you plan to lift a heavy thing with someone assistance and you may say поехали to let them know that you're either ready to lift or saying them to start lifting. However in Gagarin's case it was more of a fact constatation.
Пошли = Let's go. It's used in colloquial speech (разговорная речь). In literary speech you can say "Давай пойдём" for single man or "Давайте пойдём" for plural.
спасибо! I was just going to ask about Давай! I've heard it used for "Go!" to get someone to move.
You can use "Пойдём". It has same meaning but more logical.Anyway, you will hear another words with same "past" way for invite to actions. Like "Полетели, побежали, поплыли" and etc.
I have learned the word, when I heard "Пошли, всэ в мэстэ!" in one movie.Русские знают, о чем я говорю... 😀
Какыэ ващи доказателства
It's definitely logical to use ПОШЛИ to invite someone to go immediately, that's why we use the past МЫ conjugation (МЫ ПОШЛИ) as if we already went there: (МЫ) ПОШЛИ В КИНО! As if we were already going, so catch up! We use other verbs this way, for instance, НАЧАЛИ! / Let's start immediately!
@Be Fluent in Russian почему же? Ты хорошо всё объяснил!
Чето я об этом не подумал...ошибочка
Понеслась )) Let's go!!!
Thanks, Fedor! One question. Which video editor do you use to add pictures in your videos while you're talking?
So пошли can be used in present as well as past?
Grammatically it is past plural of идти - to go.We/they went somewhere - мы/они пошли.Also it used as "let's go", just like "Let's go to the theater - Пошли в театр" In case of "let's go" often used in question form, so "Пошли в театр? - Would you like to go to the theater? "For invitation also works future tense plural form: Пойдём в театр? or even future perfective: Сходим в театр? So, inviting a person somewhere you may use:- пошли- пойдём- сходимLast 2 may be used with давай: давай сходим/пойдём в театр, almost like copy from "let's go" construction. And funny part - пошли пойдём сходим - valid sentence. Strangely Fyodor didn't mention that it's also imperative form of "послать - to send":Пошли им письмо, пожалуйста - send them a letter please!
Thanks for uploading just when I needed it👍🏻