Hi (Privet),Can anybody tell me where the Pronoun Lesson is located in Module 1? I wanted to review it but forgot where it is located in Module 1.Thank you (Spaseeba)Michael
1 reply - Last post by Natalya - Tutor - October 3, 2021
А вы? and А у вас? both mean and you?What is the difference between these if they both mean the same thing? How do you know when to use each of these?
1 reply - Last post by Natalya - Tutor - January 6, 2021
To greet somebody you can say Здравствуй or you can add те and say Здравствуйте. From my research it appears that те alone is not a word, but I might be wrong. What is the meaning of те?
4 replies - Last post by Ivan Drago - September 5, 2020
ВЫ is the formal way of saying you. It is also plural (instead of singular). Do I have this right? If this is true, how can the word you be plural? When you are addressing somebody, you are addressing only one person.
0 replies - Last post by Ivan Drago - September 1, 2020
Здравствуйте! There is something I don't understand about the word доллар in the lesson Numbers, Decimals and Dollars (survival kit lessons): Это стоит двадцать долларов Это стоит пятнадцать долларов Это стоит пятьдесят девять долларов доллары (dollars) ...
2 replies - Last post by Matthieu13 - September 21, 2019
Здравствуйте! there is something else that I don't understand in the lesson Numbers, Decimals and Dollars (survival kit) in the following examples: одна целая пять десятых Я хочу одну Why is it not один целая пять десятых or Я хочу один? Same question ...
2 replies - Last post by Matthieu13 - September 16, 2019
If I were to write a book in Russian and sell it, would I put л or λ? I am asking this because I see the lambda more than the ehl in signs and books?
2 replies - Last post by Miguel353 - May 1, 2019
I don't seem to find genitive plural in the course. Is it included somewhere? Thanks Ralph
1 reply - Last post by Natalya - Tutor - November 29, 2016
Hi All Just starting off. Could some learned person let me know about the words "And you". I have three different Russian translations so in what contexts would I use them? "А у Вас" or "А Вы" or "и ты" Thanks Dave
1 reply - Last post by Natalya - Tutor - February 24, 2016