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flipsty
Member
# Posted: 13 Jun 2008 23:04


wespecz
How are you?
I'm fine, thanks, and how are you?

omg Czech guys please release it, but in Russian to learn it.
The Ukrainian version is far easier to find than the Russian one. You could learn Ukrainian.

I bought Nadezhda Babkina's autobiography a few years ago, and I decided this year that I would read a few books in English and Russian parallel, and then try to read Ms. Babkina's book.

It's a method of language acquisition, not learning, though.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 00:14


flipsty
I'm fine, thanks, and how are you?
Perfect, thanks! Although ordinar sun is not shinning Ruslana shines every day.

The Ukrainian version is far easier to find than the Russian one. You could learn Ukrainian.
Thanks but it's a bit late. Here I don't know anybody who teach Ukrainian and I'm already enrolled to Russian which will start next term.

I bought Nadezhda Babkina's autobiography a few years ago, and I decided this year that I would read a few books in English and Russian parallel, and then try to read Ms. Babkina's book.
It's a method of language acquisition, not learning, though.

This sounds very good! And then you can compare the differences. It would be funny or interesting or both things together.

Oops! Who's Nadezhda Babkina, please? Yes learning langages throuth natural process like staying at the forum or reading this is much better then learning when you need to force yourself to it.

flipsty
Member
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 00:25 - Edited by: flipsty


wespecz
Who's Nadezhda Babkina, please?
A Russian folk singer (and People's Artist of Russia), founder and artistic director of the Russian Song Ensemble (Ansambl' Russkaya Pesnya). She has a website babkina.ru, but I can't access it right now.

Varvara and Nadezhda Babkina :
http://youtube.com/watch?v=VfXs_YkvCY8

Yes learning langages throuth natural process like staying at the forum or reading this is much better then learning when you need to force yourself to it.

And if I am successful, I should make grammatical fehlers the same way Russians do.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 00:40


flipsty
A Russian folk singer (and People's Artist of Russia), founder and artistic director of the Russian Song Ensemble (Ansambl' Russkaya Pesnya). She has a website babkina.ru, but I can't access it right now.
Is it this? Try the link. http://babkina.ru/ Thanks for explaination.
Looks very pretty!



Isn't she like our "Šuláková who has been chosen as a Miss of Millenium?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyZgUwIFmpg

And if I am successful, I should make grammatical fehlers the same way Russians do.
LOL you also know word fehler, you'll make fehler that rules. Welcome to this wild wor(l)d. It became international.

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 09:20 - Edited by: nikoleta_rangelova


And if I am successful, I should make grammatical fehlers the same way Russians do.
and Bulgarians

Good Wild Morning

wespecz
the second photo, I imagine such a character in Kolomyika video

flipsty
Member
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 11:21 - Edited by: flipsty


Ruslana's hair looks natural now, I like it (I always called that "wild and free", but I didn't get that from Ruslana). I never cared for trimmed hair. Silly comment.


nikoleta_rangelova
and Bulgarians

Do Bulgarians make the same Russian mistakes as Russians?

wespecz
Isn't she like our "Šuláková who has been chosen as a Miss of Millenium?

I don't know, their vests are similar...

LOL you also know word fehler
Yep.

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 11:34 - Edited by: nikoleta_rangelova


flipsty
I never cared for trimmed hair.
Neither do I

Do Bulgarians make the same Russian mistakes as Russians?
wow, are you talking about English? I don't, actually, know....I was referring to myselfJust May Be...

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 17:31


Good afternoon full of wildness!

flipsty
Varvara and Nadezhda Babkina :
http://youtube.com/watch?v=VfXs_YkvCY8

Now I could take a look, Youtube did nonsenses at night.
LOL this video I've got already in my favorites due to Varvara! World is small. And I was always thinking who are two other singers. One secret is solved, thanks! Now I need to find who's the third singer.

nikoleta_rangelova
the second photo, I imagine such a character in Kolomyika video
Yes is always master of everything she do! Like this issue also!

flipsty
I never cared for trimmed hair.
Unfasten hairs are the wildest! And there is also no needed to lose the time in the bathroom for you I suppose.

Iva Barzic

# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 19:00


you are so fast with posts...i can't get you

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 19:06


Iva Barzic
Doesn't matter. Welcome, Ivka and enjoy Ruslana! How are you?

Iva Barzic

# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 19:17


wespecz
i'm fine...and you?

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 19:35


Iva Barzic
Thanks, perfect. What are you doing in this time?

flipsty
Member
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 20:53 - Edited by: flipsty


nikoleta_rangelova
wow, are you talking about English?

I'm acquiring Russian rather than learning it, in hopes of avoiding
non-native style grammatical errors.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 21:08


flipsty
So you received every skills more from reading then from learning? That's fantastic. In fact when you learn in this natural way it's not forced like learning and so you remember more.

flipsty
Member
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 22:12


wespecz
So you received every skills more from reading then from learning?

I also use audio and video, which the internet has an abundance of. I've read stories from people, who've learned English from televison and listened to people who have learned to speak it with audiobooks, and they're pretty good at English.

when you learn in this natural way it's not forced like learning and so you remember more.

Yes and you can pick up phraseology faster.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 23:39


cora
Would you, please, check your e-mail and answer our last sentence? We need reply immediately. Thank you very much!

flipsty
Sorry I'll reply later.

cora
Moderator
# Posted: 14 Jun 2008 23:56


wespecz
answer our last sentence
Done.

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 00:04


cora
thanks

Ruthen
Moderator
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 00:07


cora
thank you

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 01:14


cora
Thaks a lot!

flipsty

I also use audio and video, which the internet has an abundance of. I've read stories from people, who've learned English from televison and listened to people who have learned to speak it with audiobooks, and they're pretty good at English.
Nice for you! Lucky you that you have so much time, I would like if day would have 100 hours sometimes.

Yes and you can pick up phraseology faster.
This is reminding me Nikoleta's syntax.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 04:36


I've found a possibility how to correct the nonsenses which are doing translators like www.translate.meta.ua although you don't know Ukrainian or Russian language. Let translator translate your words, then copy what it gave to you back to the first sentence and translate it back to English.

And now you can see which nonsenses it did. You may change theese words which it has translated bad for another words and try this advance again. And you may do this as many times as necessary to receive clear translation with no nonsenses in it.

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 09:29


This is reminding me Nikoleta's syntax.
nooooooo, hahaha phraseology must be FAR MORE USEFUL

I'm not sure if I'm right but, was it meta.ua, or something else, I once clicked on translate once again by mistake (I was translating only one single word, not a whole text) and it gave me another variant, then 3rd time-3rd variant.........I have to try again to see if it was meata.ua

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 23:16 - Edited by: nikoleta_rangelova


wow, I tried to take a photo of the full moon, hahaha, a bit unsuccessfully

this, ok, at least has the forrm of a moon:


but why do these look like lightnings?









wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 23:25


nikoleta_rangelova
LOOOOOOOL how did you do this?
It's globe lightning?

flipsty
Member
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 23:29 - Edited by: flipsty


Phraseology is very important. It includes idioms, some languages are impossible to understand if every word is taken literally.

nikoleta_rangelova
What are those wiggley things? The moon?

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 23:31


flipsty
exact;y! I don't know why it appeared in this way, wooooooow

wespecz
how did you do this?
no idea, hahahaha

flipsty
Member
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 23:33


That's weird that the moon looks like a glowing worm on the camera lense.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 15 Jun 2008 23:51


Instead lf learning I'm watching launching Apollo 11 rocket. Now I just got back here and find out why.

Phraseology is very important. It includes idioms, some languages are impossible to understand if every word is taken literally.
Lucky you that you have an usefull subject! Something like this happens rarely.

wespecz
Moderator
# Posted: 16 Jun 2008 09:21


Online now: Guests - 1; Members - 3 [ nikoleta_rangelova, wespecz, cora ]

Good wild morning, dear Nikoleta and Cora! Who's in guests? Greetings also to you!

nikoleta_rangelova
Member
# Posted: 16 Jun 2008 09:45


Good Wild Morning, Happy New Day to all
Let's have some Literature for breakfastKeats or Byron?doesn't matter, what's left will be for lunchbye

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