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Welcome to Russian fairytale

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My dear friends, i invite you to the beautiful world of Russian Fairytale!

Alionuska and I will tell you many wonderful stories.

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Happy new year! С новым годом! Buon anno nuovo!

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Hello my dear friends!

I hope you had nice holidays and now with a lot of fresh and new energy will start new 2016 year! I am sure you have planned many things to do, many projects to come true and i wish you good luck!

From my side this year i propose you a new course “How to study Russian for my daily life?”. It will be funny and interesting.  You will discover a lot of secrets and learn how to speak Russian quick and with pleasure.

Don’t miss new posts and videos!

Your Yulia.

Russian language is an East Slavic language

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Russian (ру́сский язы́к, russky yazyk, pronounced [ˈruskʲɪj jɪˈzɨk]) is an East Slavic language and an official language in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. It is an unofficial but widely spoken language in Ukraine,Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and to a lesser extent, the other countries that were once constituent republics of the Soviet Union and former participants of the Eastern Bloc. Russian belongs to the family of Indo-European languages and is one of the three living members of theEast Slavic languages. Written examples of Old East Slavonic are attested from the 10th century onwards.

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Making compliments / делаем комплименты

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COMPLIMENT

Ты такая красивая!
You are so beautiful!
ty takaya krasivaya
Ты такой красивый!
You are so handsome!
ty takoj krasivyj
У тебя красивые глаза!
You have beautiful eyes!
u tyebya krasivyye glaza

Ты – лучше всех на свете
You are better than anyone else in the world
ty – lutshe fsyeh na svyetye
 Ты – особенная
You are special
ty – asobyennaya
compliment for a woman
Ты – особенный
You are special
ty – asobyennyj
compliment for a man

Small talk / Разговор

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Everyone knows what Small talk is and how to use it. You say “Hi, how are you?” and as an answer hear “Thanks I am fine and you?” that’s it. But not in Russia. In Russia people really want to know how you are and if you ask “Hi, how are you? – Привет, как дела?” You might hear a short (or long) story of somebody’s day or even life. So let’s practice:

–  Привет! Как дела? // Hi, how are you?

– У меня все хорошо, спасибо. Вчера я ходил в кино. Я посмотрел интересный фильм. Как твои дела? // I am fine, thanks.  Yesterday i went to the cinema. I saw an interesting movie. And how are you?

– У меня все хорошо, спасибо. Сегодня я иду в театр с моим другом. Мне нравится большой театр. // I am fine, thanks. Today i am going to the theatre with a friend of mine.