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- Что для вас самое сложное в изучении английского языка?RussianDec 22, 11:14Luiza
- Подскажите пожалуйста, я сейчас нахожусь в сша в БостонеRussianEHEdward HeismanNov 08, 16:44
Мне нужно учить с нуля Английский, с разговорно начать или с грамматика?
- Hello what are the most common dead languages
And what are they used for ?
Best answerZiyodaNKTESOL/TEFL Professional English and Russian language teacher with the higher linguistic education.
Latin Dead Language: Latin as a dead language was one of the most enriched languages. Latin is by far the most well-known dead language. Though it has been considered a dead language for centuries, it is still taught in school as an important way to understand many languages. Sanskrit Dead language Coptic no longer alive Biblical Hebrew expired language Ancient Greek departed language Akkadian no longer alive Similar to Sanskrit or Ancient Greek, Latin does not have native speakers, which qualifies it as a "Dead Language". However, Latin had such an overwhelming prevalence in European and Western science, medicine, and literature, it may never be classified as an "Extinct Language".
- How do you say this in Russian? I really have to stop drinking vodka. I am losing my mind.
Пора завязывать пить водку, я теряю разум.
- Is it possible to learn Russian as a foreign language and speak it fluently?
Hello! I tried to learn Russian, but I gave up. It's too hard. I can't understand this language. But I wonder if it is real to master Russian and speak without an accent and with correct endings?
Best answerOlga AlexandrovaCertified teacher of Russian language and culture. Coach of public speakers performing in Russian.
It seems very difficult only if you look at all the aspects of simultaneously. But if you have a plan of learning it with measurable results after each step - you will always know where you are and how long is the way ahead. And also your personal goals should be added to each level you are trying to obtain. And they should be adequate to the level. For example if your dream is to only read Leo Tolstoy in Russian and you are not even A1 level yet - you could be constantly demotivated, cause no matter how long are you studying - Tolstoy will be still too complicated for you. But if you have little personal goals (to read smth special in Russian, to talk to somebody Russian about smth) adequate to the level you have (A1-B2) - you will be constantly inspired on the way! Cause you will constantly see how your dreams will become true.
- What is the meaning of "bozhe moi"?RussianCapSparrowJan 25, 12:16
I've heard this phrase several times and don't understand its meaning. Could you help me please? What does this phrase "bozhe moi" mean? How to translate it into English?
OMG the same meaning as it used Jenice in series Friends 🙂