Hi In module 12.5 “Conjunctions” the following phrase “Мне интересно то, что он рассказал о своей поездке” is translated as “I find what he said about his trip interesting”. But could/should this sentance be translated as “I'm interested in what he said a...
1 reply - Last post by Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - June 19, 2023
Hello, In Lesson 5.5 The Past Tense, the sentence “Вы были в Париже?” is translated as “Have you been to Paris?" but couldn't it also be translated to “Were you in Paris?"? As the questions have quite different meanings, how would you distinguish each? Po...
2 replies - Last post by WilliamH109 - January 15, 2023
Hello, can you help me? I am very confused about how Russian nouns change after prepositions. Can you help simplify this for me? Maybe some kind of table? I noticed that after a preposition, the noun (with feminine ending) frequently changes to a “...
1 reply - Last post by Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - August 20, 2022
I have just finished lesson 2.7 about people/genders so am a beginner. I am trying to learn step by step with frequent review. Looking ahead, I have heard there are 6 cases in Russian. Honestly, I don't even know about the case system in the English la...
1 reply - Last post by Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - June 14, 2022
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 Evgenia - Rocket Russian 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 Evgenia - Rocket Russian 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 Evgenia - Rocket Russian 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 Evgenia - Rocket Russian Tutor - February 24, 2016