The Russian Language



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Today's episode is all about the Russian language.Special thanks to Deni Mintsaev for his audio recordings and suggestions for this video. Check out Deni's Youtube channel: Music:main music: "Sunday" by Otis McDonald.italki intro music: "Bumper Tag" by John Deley.Outro music: "Take You" by Vibe Tracks.



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Adamant
OMG. Hey all Russian guys! What the hell are you doing here? This video for those who learn Russian 😁
Ahmad Saadi
I think there’s similarities with Kurdish language
Aleksej Savodnik
I'm half slovene and even if im not perfectly fluent it s very easy for me To understand russian, except the cyrillic: \nRussian \nSlovene \nSestra citayet \nSestra cita (i think you can al so say sestra bere) \nYa znayu imya sestry \nJaz poznam sestri ime \nBrat vidit sestru \nBrat vidi sestro \nYa zivu s sestroy \nJaz zivim s sestro \n\nSee, it s actually VERY similar and even if I dont speak Perfect slovene i can still easily understand it
Alexander
Привет из Молдовы всем русскоговорящим 🇲🇩🇷🇺
Alexander Seven
Перед нами стол. На столе стакан и вилка. Что они делают? Стакан стоит, а вилка лежит. Если мы воткнем вилку в столешницу, вилка будет стоять. Т.е. стоят вертикальные предметы, а лежат горизонтальные? Добавляем на стол тарелку и сковороду. Они вроде как горизонтальные, но на столе стоят. Теперь положим тарелку в сковородку. Там она лежит, а ведь на столе стояла. Может быть, стоят предметы готовые к использованию? Нет, вилка-то готова была, когда лежала. Теперь на стол залезает кошка. Она может стоять, сидеть и лежать. Если в плане стояния и лежания она как-то лезет в логику «вертикальный-горизонтальный» , то сидение - это новое свойство. Сидит она на попе. Теперь на стол села птичка. Она на столе сидит, но сидит на ногах, а не на попе. Хотя вроде бы должна стоять. Но стоять она не может вовсе. Но если мы убьём бедную птичку и сделаем чучело, оно будет на столе стоять. Может показаться, что сидение - атрибут живого, но сапог на ноге тоже сидит, хотя он не живой и не имеет попы. Так что, поди ж пойми, что стоит, что лежит, а что сидит. А мы ещё удивляемся, что иностранцы считают наш язык сложным и сравнивают с китайским.
Batour AFG
им бе сказать что матом ругаться на русскм языке это просто ахуенно :D
Belarus-chan
It’s Novgorod, not Novogorod. Nice video.
Best_Genji_EU
Well... \n\n\n\n\n\n\nПиздец
BodyBuilder
Всем здравствуйте! Я из США. Моё имя зовут Луис. Мне 28. Я тоже изучаю русски язык. Ваши язык очень легко. Русски язык не очень трудный для иностранцив
BornInUSSR12
I am a native Russian speaker. I must say that the variations are surprisingly very minor across such a huge landmass. It is mostly a few sounds that are pronounced differently and the melody of the language is sometimes different. There are some regional words but their number is small.
Brady Keith
on the sister?
Cesium
Русский будет легким до тех пор, пока изучающие не встретятся с причастиями, деепричастиями, наречиями, полным склонением числительных, отглагольными прилагательными и категорией состояния. Вот тут начинается все веселье! А, ну еще и пунктуация, но это отдельный разговор
Chest Channel
Русский такой русский:\n-Есть есть?\n-Да нет\n-А что есть?\n-Есть пить\n-А есть нет?\n-Да\nЭто сломает мозг любому иностранцу. Если американцы будут прослушивать русских они никогда не поймут о чём они говорят
Chv Hndrtntlr
I think russia have similarity with sanskrit in grammar system, beacause I learn sanskrit
Clelia C.
As a German native speaker I would say, too that the verbal aspects are the most difficult part of Russian Grammar. By the way, the example given of the equivalents for \
Cristi_ Energy
As a Romanian native speaker, I can say that Russian is totally alien to me, but very intriguing ! I started learning some basics, for actually no reason, and I didn't really notice a lot of similar words (people say that Romanian has a lot of Russian words, but I found only steklo, nothing in rest).
David Tomparkers
As a native Russian speaker, I can assure you that the language is difficult even for native speakers. The complexity of the language makes it open for some errors or mistakes, either in the written or the spoken language. They are minor though. \nIn general, Russian is spoken the same by most Russian speakers, although the difference might be heard in the semantics, and education level of the speaker.
Di Escombreria
I'm a gringo. The hardest part of learning Russian by far is the verb forms. The case system of nouns is a headache but I get it.
Disruptor 6
As a native Russian speaker I am happy to know the language already \
Doctor Yo
You are not right. Russian is closer to the Bulgarian and Serbian languages \u200b\u200bthan to the Ukrainian and Belarusian languages. In fact, the Russian language is Bulgarian mixed with the Turkic language. Also in modern Russian, 80% of words are borrowed from Greek, English, Polish. In fact, modern Russian is an artificially created language during the reign of Peter 1.
Dream Waters
Привет!Я гречанка.\nЯ недолго изучаю русский язык.Я почти нечего не понимаю когда Я слушаю разговорых русских и поэтому я чувствую себя плохо...Но в будущем я буду понимать все! Летом Я  познакомилась с парнем из Москвы\nи сейчас Я хочу очень хорошо изучать этот язык потому что Я уже в него влюблена!;)
Eduardo Tarusov
Короче люди, Я о своём языке узнал от Англоговорящего намного больше чем меня научили в Русской школе. Красава мужик...
Eric J
If you travel to Russia and you're not a Russian speaker you really owe it to yourself to spend a few hours familiarizing yourself with the Cyrillic alphabet. It's way less intimidating than it looks. It's almost totally phonetic and being able to sound out words is a huge help, even if you don't know what they mean, particularly for place names.
Flávio Viana Gomide
English will remain much more easy. So, it will spread much more.
Fox in Box
-Пить есть?\n-Пить нет.\n-а есть есть?\n-есть да наверное
GuiarGodCole
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Havo Ismaek
I have been studying Russian for almost two years, at the beginning What I found extremely hard and annoying was the cases and pronunciation, I considered quitting thrice but later I kept on and now I am fluent in Russian and I was really surprised when I found out a lot Russian common words with my native language [kurdish], now I am really proud that I can speak and understand Russian with a perfect grammar.
Iurii Koboziev
I am a native Russian speaker which has lived for 12 years in the US. Now, as I’m becoming more and more accustomed to English, I start finding one thing very annoying in my native tongue. I mean that, from the point of grammar, it is ok in Russian to place any word in any part of the sentence. Normally, it allows you to enrich your talk with fine meaning details, because a word position in sentence puts more emphasis on one or another aspect of what you talking about. But if you misuse this tool in the way many people do today (when school education standards fall lower and lower), it makes very difficult to understand what some people mean in spite of they are using Russian words only. In this particular regard, I believe that English has an important advantage over Russian. I never expected myself to become critical to my native language (and I am well aware of a sad fact that my English is still very far from perfection), but this is a very illustrative and sort of funny example of what global world and multicultural environment can do to our mentality :)
John Chastain
For me, the toughest part of studying Russian was the vocabulary, most of which doesn't resemble Romance and other Western European languages. The tons of prefixes, infixes and suffixes make it tougher. Conjugation, declension... simple by comparison. Alphabet is a cinch, because it was invented for the language.
Jong-un Kim
best russian course available is on steam, name is csgo and is -50% atm
LV
Черт, я русская, но даже я смотрела этот видос и у меня взорвался мозг, даже не представляю как иностранцы учат ЭТО. Я к тому, что мы даже не задумываемся когда говорим, окончания слов сами собой ставятся, нужные предлоги, формы слова, падежи,склонения,времена,совершенные/несовершенные виды и дохуища еще чего, ИНОСТРАНЦЫ КАК ВЫ ВСЕ ЭТО УЧИТЕ, ЕСЛИ ДАЖЕ НЕ ВСЕ РУССКИЕ ЗНАЮТ КАК ПРАВИЛЬНО СПРЯГАТЬ ГЛАГОЛЫ ИЛИ ПОЧЕМУ ТЕЛЕФОН НА СТОЛЕ ЛЕЖИТ, А СТАКАН НА ТОМ ЖЕ СТОЛЕ СТОИТ, ИЛИ КАК МЫ ПОНИМАЕМ, ЧТО РАДИО - оно, ДИВАН - он, газета - она.а всякие исключения это вообще головная боль многих русских. Ээх представляю шок иностранцев, когда им отвечают, что \
Lasha Janashia
Спасибо вселенной, что не пришлось учить русский 😂 как же хорошо, что все это я знаю по дефолту... бедные иностранцы...
Lenard Malcolm
My wife is Russian I’m Australian I’m 80% proficient now love the language because I have polish friends and I have found learning Russian makes it easy to work out what other Slavic states speak.
Leo Fleming
I studied Russian at university in the early 80s. I am a native English speaker. For me, the hardest thing grammatically was the case system and learning all the different endings for the masculine/feminine/neuter nouns + the many irregular forms. Then on top of that you have to learn the many different adjectival endings as the adjective has to agree with the noun, as you point out, in gender, case and number. I spent many many long hours memorizing these. Basically, what is such a simple sentence to produce in English, e.g. I saw two old friends on the street yesterday only requires a knowledge of the verb's irregular past tense -saw - and the plural 's' on friend. In Russian, you have to consider the case (here it is not the usual accusative case but the genitive case as friend is an animate noun (but governed by the number 2 which requires the genitive singular anyway!), noun ending (masculine genitive singular) adjectival ending (masculine genitive singular) past form (masculine, feminine or neuter) perfective or imperfective form, and finally locative case ending of the feminine noun, street. Phew!!!!!!!!\nThe other problem, but I enjoyed this one, was pronunciation - all those long words with their consonant clusters! But when my Russian was at its best, I felt a real sense of pride that I could speak and understand such a complex but beautiful language.
Leozack Destron
Now I see why there are so many french phrases and idioms in Russian, I've been wondering about it for a long time, thinking whether it is a coincidence or not.
Lev Korsun
uhhhhhhhh ive been going to russian school for like 6 years straight now (native russian but live in Australia, go to school not to forget language) and Ive literally learned more from this video. Maybe its cos it's in english so i understand it better idk but \
Levan Carven
Oh, by the way, are you here almost all English speakers? Yes? Well, I hope that this is so. for those who teach Russian in any schools, I can help you with all sorts of tests and tasks. It's funny for me to solve all kinds of tests for cases, I do not understand how they can not be properly placed. I can help anyone who needs it. I can explain something and tell you exactly how the Russians use it in speech. For me it's something like a hobby. Those who are interested in contact me in the comments under my video.I would be pleased to help you. (I'm Russian)\nоу, кстати, вы же тут почти все англоговорящие? да? ну надеюсь, что это так. для тех кто учит русский в каких-либо школах, я могу помочь вам со всякими тестами и заданиями. Для меня забавно решать всякие тесты на падежи, я не понимаю как можно их не правильно расставлять. Я могу помогать кому это нужно. Могу что-либо объяснить и рассказать как именно русские это употребляют в речи. Для меня это что-то типо хобби. Тот кто заинтересовался свяжитесь со мной в комментариях под МОИМ видео. Мне будет приятно помочь вам.(я русская)
Marcel Costache
Latin: Fur videt novam domum. Mater sedet tres noctes\n\nRussian: Vor vidit novy dom. Mat' sidit tri nochi.\n\n\nAnd they say slavic languages are not related in any way to latin or indo-european cousins! LOL
Merab Dekano
Nice video, Paul. Just couldn't resist; for prepositional case you can also use \
Michael Land
I agree that verb aspect is probably the hardest thing to learn about Russian. Fortunately it seems that native Russian speakers are used to foreigners getting confused about it and can understand what you're trying to say if you mess it up.\n\nThe most straightforward aspect of Russian - even if you don't use it properly - are prefixes such as раз-, о-, or со-, which make it much easier to guess the meaning of unfamiliar words or to try to construct a word that you might not have formally learned. For example, the verb объяснять can be easily broken down into об+яснь+ать, meaning roughly to \
MrAkkountakkountov
13:24 why is the verb \
MrMurysa
As a native Russian speaker born in Yakutia, Far East of Russia, I was told I had an accent a couple times while visiting Volgograd, south west of the country. I wouldn’t say there is a lot of difference in speaking or writing, or whether there are dialects. For the most part it’s the same exact language through the whole country.
MrVanitatum
Вспоминается анекдот про американского шпиона, которого десять лет учили русскому языку, пить водку стаканами, ругаться матом и прочему.. Затем его забросили в русскую деревню. И вот идет он по деревне - навстречу местная бабка. Он ей на чистом русском языке -\
Native Pride
I lived in Russia for several years, and studied it in University in the United States, but am not fluent. For me, the easiest is spelling and reading, honestly. Its 90% straightforward, with only a few outliers that are regular enough that you know when they are coming, so pose little challenge. The \
Nena Vaskina
The hardest thing about learning russian was probably figuring out what all the verbs mean. Hardly any of them have a direct English equivalent word so you just have to work it out yourself. Like with Spanish pretty much every sentence has a direct word for word English translation easily so there were no problems there at all ever. But with russian every single word is a problem... For example the word разбираться in a dictionary says it means sort out/puzzle out/see into/get outside of ... But it really means something like \
Nitsgalis
Лол кто русский и кто из 2018-2019
Nombre
Hiya! I'm learning Russian and I want you to recommend me Russian songs( I love punk, metal...)
Overlord
Вписать, списать, переписать, написать, писать, расписать, подписать, надписать...
Paraphernal
Странно, что германские, англосаксонские языки взяли латиницу, а восточнославянские языки — кириллицу, ведь, ни латынь не похожа на германские языки, ни греческий — на русский. Это показывает, как Античность «зарядила» варварские территории своей мощной культурой и алфавитами, а потом Античность расстворилась в Небытии. Жаль, что Запад так мало уделяет внимание Византии — ведь греческая Античность старше римской Античности. Рим во многом поизводен от Эллинизма, да и Возрождение началось с возрождения древнегреческой культуры и эстетики, в частности.
Profi_GMan Workaround
Видеть (видит) has not come from a Italian word. It's a Slavic word cuz there was \
Robert P
For English speaking people Russian is the most difficult language especially when it comes to grammar or pronunciation, I personally know many Americans and Britons who live in Moscow but they are unable to speak properly (they make typical mistakes in cases, confuse with masculine or feminine words and etc) even those who have leaved more than a few years. French and Germans speak much better because their languages have some grammatical similarities with Russian.
Roc
I am french and looooove Russian language although oh my god the ending cases.. :-/ .nightmare...I guess to master it 100% you can only be born in Russia or Russian-speaking. What a beautiful language. Come to think of it I love everything Russian, the language, the people, their friendliness, evethg, because this round planet wouldn't be the same without them Russians)
Ron Burgundy
Даже не пытайтесь понять русский язык, на изучение значений одного только слова \
RuslanDeSEREBRAT
Ага. А причастия, деепричастия, наречия, приложения? \nЯ, как ценитель природы, рано пошел гулять и, не глядя на дождливую погоду, одел белые туфли, сделанные из натуральной кожи. \nНу ка определите тут что есть как.
Russian with Nastya
Very useful info. Thanks:)
SURESH TAMIL
Very nice glad well ,,thank you,,, your looking like *RANDY ORTON* WRESTLER SO NICE
Santiago Ogradón Cortés
I have been studying Russian for five years. It is a beautiful language. I am most amazed by the HUGE vocabulary. First, not THAT many words are cognates or derivatives of English (except some sports and technology) or other languages. Russian has an extremely and precise vocabulary, and then a multitude of synonyms. The aspects of verbs have some easy components (that which is obvious), and the difficult part is expressing the subtleties through aspect. Lastly, Russian shares with English the reduction of unstressed vowels. Being a Spanish speaker, all vowels are clearly pronounced. I have to work hard to accurately hear what is being said. I have spent time in Russia: the people are incredibly polite and helpful to foreigners. The cities I saw were immaculately clean and beautiful, and the food was excellent. I would return again and again (maybe one time in the winter).
Sarah Swiderski
Does anyone have a good Russian language learning blog/website that they would recommend? Good resources are everything!
ScraggySz
Rush B cyka blyat.
Sean Coakley
So basically Russian russian grammar is just like latin? obviously with different words and letters tho
Selçuk Yilmaz
This video made clear that Russian is not easy to learn. So many Russians use this as an argupment to say that english is hard for them. But actually , many russian schools don't even make an effort to teach english so that argument doesn't really count. Finnish for example is a harder language , even not indo-european but they speak english very well. Why ? Because their schools make an effort and teach english.
Strahil Kasabov
The language spoken in the Russian churches is Old Bulgarian. For this reason, it differs from the language used by the local population. It is imposed as a church language, as the alphabet, the church literature together with the priests come from Bulgaria. min.6.38 in the video The Russian Patriarch declared it officially! Just at the moment he should say \
Tafban
*Косой косил косой косой.*
Tajikproud
personally I found Russian easier than English, I love Russian Language and The Russian people.
Tim Trevlig
Thanks for another great video!\nProblems for learners:\nFor me, motion verbs have been a big challenge.
Turbo Racer101
Russian Is such a beautiful language. It's definitely up there as one of the most difficult languages to learn along Chinese, Japanese and Arabic. I know learning Russian Is definitely gonna be a real struggle for me since English Is my primary language but It'll all be worth the effort In the end.
UBIGI
Привет от България!\nСловни! 😂😂😂
UE gotohell
I speak Polish, so all these cases in Russian are easy to learn for me.
Victor Diam
Интересно, как долго надо учить русский язык, чтобы на вопрос \
Viral
Они изучают нас 0_0
Vitaly Rybin
Hi, Paul. \n\nThank you for your video. I found it very interesting - especially in Russian language history part. \r\n\nI am native Russian -- live in Belarus. I've been studying English since childhood -- but I am not perfect in it. \n\nI agree with you: Russians often forgot about articles in English -- it's difficult to remember all that rules regarding rivers, countries, cities etc. But we can usually understand in common speech were to use the article as we got something similar in Russian. E.g. article A (AN) -- ANY (любой, какой-то) and article THE -- THESE, THIS (ЭТОТ, ЭТА, ТОТ, о котором говорим).\n\nAlso Russians are afraid of the English tenses: we got only 3 tenses and (as you called it) perfect and imperfect aspect (at my childhood it was called perfect and imperfect (sovershennaya in NEsovershennaya) FORM of Russian verb). In English you got a lot of tenses: Simple, Continuous, Perfect (this tenses very close to perfect aspect of Russian verb) etc. So we often not sure what tense to chose :).\n\nAnd the main thing you've forgotten -- TH. Russians don't have such sound and nothing close to it in Russian language. We will use S and Z instead: That -\u003e Sat, Those --\u003e Zose) May be the closest sound in Russian is T which should be pronounced very hard like in russian words ВОТ, ТЫ. In middle centuries Russians translated TH as Ф -- taken from the Greek alphabet letter Theta. But nowadays this letter in Russian pronounced almost the same as sound [f] in English.\n\nAlso it's difficult for us to use R sound. Russian R (Р in Russian ABC) is very similar to Spanish R sound (but a bit softer). \n\nAnd the last thing that occurres to me is the difference in short and long sounds: ship -- sheep. Russians not good in differentiating this close sounds. We often makes funny mistakes in using such sounds. E.g. - The sheep (ship) crossed the Atlantic ocean. \n\nThere are some dialects in Russian. Usually they connected not with grammar but vocabulary or pronunciation. Belarusians are \
Vlad Lachow
Paul, thanks for your thorough work and deep research. A little comment on the history. In the middle ages there were two major dialects of spoken East-Slavic (along with the written church slavonic) - Northern dialect of Old Russian (Novgorod and it´s area) and Southern dialect of Old Russian (the rest Rus, including Moscow, Kiev, Vladimir, Minsk and so on). Centuries later Belorussian and Ukrainian dialects evolved into languages from that southern old-Russian dialect (with a huge influence of Polish language, since those areas were under Polish rule for quite a while), while modern Russian has characteristics of both southern and northern dialects of old-Russian. Approx 50%/50%.\n\nAs for today there are nearly no actual dialects within the Russian language, rather local accents (less unstressed vocal reduction in the north and bigger reduction in the south). As well vocabulary varies a bit, mostly names for local flora and fauna.
Xs YAO
Я китаец,изучаю русский язык.Очень сложный язык...Я еще не могу произнести звук Р😂
YMW
Насколько же мне скучно, что я смотрю видосик про свой язык на английском?
YevhenCo Ukraine Show
I was born in Kiev to a Ukrainian family but I was taught Russian because it was still the Soviet Union.\nAlthough my parents' native language was Ukrainian they had to talk to me in Russian . Because you couldn't succeed in life if you didn't speak Russian in Soviet Union. My mother was mocked in 70th for not speaking proper Russian.\nI grew up in independent Ukraine but still was surrounded by Russian. So it became my ''native' language although I have a strong Ukrainian accent. As all Russian speaking Ukrainians do.\nLater on I became aware of importance of my Ukrainian roots so I tried to speak as much Ukrainian as I could. It was quite challenging ! \nYou friends are surprised they think you just want to show off.\nSo that's my love-hate relationship with Russian.\nFeel free to ask me question or visit my page to learn more about Ukraine
[bULL]GenDa
Славоник😂Орнул
artvideoUA
Смотрю видео и представляю себя на месте ученика русского - это жесть. )
backdoor netshadow
As a Russian interpreter I find it difficult to talk to people who are not from Russia/Ukraine/Belarus. When I just started, I was like 'Damn, that's gonna be the easiest thing to do because Russian doesn't have all these dialects which can be a big barrier'. But no, then I got my first Uzbek customer. They speak the language, but accent is very heavy, vocabulary is poor and grammar is just... weird (in most cases), so the way they form the sentence just makes my brain overheat when I try to translate it to Russian first and then to English. Therefore when anybody says there are no dialects in Russian, I don't agree, because they have not worked with such people. It's always a hard time to hold my natural born Eastern European customer service skills and offer to connect them to the interpreter of their first language in a correct way, so they don't complain that I don't understand them (that happened before, though it's meaningless, you can't complain that a Russian interpreter doesn't understand you when Russian is not your first language).\n\nBut to be fair, some native Russian speakers don't know their own language well enough as well. Every day I deal with people who just can't explain themselves clearly due to poor vocabulary.
fliegeroh
Thank God most Russians speak at least some English. I don't have enough years left in my life to try to learn Russian.
hogus bogus
\u003elearning language\n\u003ethinks that the hardest part is the writing system\n\u003ekek
julia skidel
russian is also a fairly usable language in Israel, there are many russian speakers there.
just the tip? band
most americans cant even learn english lol 🍻
love_people hello133
я не могу перестать орать с \
shaggybreeks
I got interested in Russian cinema a few years ago, and love the sound of the language, but have only learned a few words in a hundred hours or more of watching/listening. Not making any effort, just interested in seeing what I can absorb. The alphabet is easy to learn, and it's neat to see how many words are similar in sound. I definitely recognize more words by reading them, than by hearing them.
tinamu
My English friend is studying Russian for two years. \
wael Abdessaied
Изучать русского языка, мне занимало около 6 месяцев для поддержке розговора, преблезительно один год для польное понятие разговора, три чтобы писать на русском почти без ощибок не в грамматики либо в словосоченении, но некогда в совершенстве как россиян. Я к стате из туниса, мой родной язык является арабский, может быть знания несколько языков до изучение русского помогло немного. Не зною... в итоге... было весело изучать язык Пушкина... у внуков Тараса Шевщенко 😂
wasfuerkeksigkeit
I'm a language teacher and am currently learning russian. This is one of the best and most interesting youtube channels I've come across!
ygg drasil
Useful video, thanks.
Авихаил 0/I Rh–
Епифанцев уже не тот...
Алекс Кос
You forgot to mention a very difficult , yet important part of written Russian - “commas”
Алексей Безрук
Забавно слушать собственный язык , когда о нем рассказывают иностранцы
Джей Си
Кстати, замечала, что в некоторых частях страны говорят немного по-разному.... Как мне рассказывали анекдот: \
Джерри Блэк
Этот мужик рассказал мне такие вещи, каких нам в школе так хорошо не доносили.
Джон Голт
That feeling when you are Russian and you're watching a video about Russian language described on English language... I don't know why I did it, but it was interesting.
Игорь Духовный
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Наташа Семенова
Экзаменационный билет в американской школе разведки:\nПеред каким словом в вопросительном предложении – \
Неизвесный Пользыватель
Я знаю как заставить вас переводить мой комментарий, чтобы вы выучили Русский. Я просто поставлю Много знаков восклицания в конце!!!!! И НАБЕРУ СЛОВО КАПСОМ!!!!!!1!! \n\nДа... Это работает детка. А ещё эта загадочность с многоточием....
Павел Пичужкин
Very interesting to listen to the story of your language in a foreign language.
Руслан Хафизов
автор наверное не совсем в курсе, что перестановка слов в предложении - мощный инструмент для создания интонации и контекста\nкошка поймала мышь - \
кийоми бодлер
единственное хорошее в русском - то, как можно коверкать слова. и огромное количество мата :')