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|SigurRos||Thursday 02nd of December 2004 07:17:47 PM|
|Translate something for me? - I know how to say "hey how are things" In Russian, and I know some of the responses that can go along with that. My question is, how do you say "what about you?" or "and you?" - redirect the question to the person that asked it.
Anyone willing to translate that for me would be a great help. Takk,
Bless bless- Julie
|Julz||Friday 03rd of December 2004 02:25:35 AM|
| - Simple:
а вы (formal/more than one person, pronounced: ah vy)
а ты (informal, pronounced: ah ty)
There is nothing complex to it at all.
|SigurRos||Friday 03rd of December 2004 01:40:11 PM|
|:-) - Thankyou very much, Julz!!!
bless bless, Julie
|Julz||Friday 03rd of December 2004 05:49:09 PM|
| - No worries, any time.|
|allunchik||Wednesday 08th of December 2004 06:12:27 AM|
| - Well, it depends on the question you answered. For example: if you're asked "Как ты?"("How are you?") you can add after your answer "А ты?" ("And you?"). But if you're asked "Как дела?" ("How are things?") you better add "А у тебя?" (smth like "and yours?") because the object that has been asked is not you but your things.|
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