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Envy
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 13:16
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Can someone tell me how to say good evening in Ukrainian?
(transliteration please ... I can't read cyrilic)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 14:08
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Envy
Dobrij Vechir

obw
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 17:29
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Cosa_nostra
Dobrij Vechir

I wonder why you don't use "y" for ukrainian "θ". Is there a special reason or is this an automatic thing from people who also speak much russian?

Envy
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 20:20
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Cosa Nostra,

I tought dobrij vechir mend good night
If good evening = dobrij vechir
What is good night then?

Guido
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 20:39
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I tought dobrij vechir mend good night

Maar Envytje toch : dat staat toch allemaal in dat boekje (ukrainian phrase book) ?
Heb je ESC gezien : Daar zeiden ze Dobrij vechir Kiev (goede avond).
Goede nacht is : Dobranich.

Is een probleem met vertalingen in het engels : Die taal is niet genuanceerd genoeg.
Eigenlijk zou je een woordenboek Ykr - duits moeten hebben :
Guten Abend / Gute Nacht.

Op de zakken van Mc Donalds staat : It's love en dan Tse loublijoe.
Klopt volgens mij niet. Hebben het zeker opgezocht in een engels-ukr woordenboek. In het engels is het zelfstandig naamwoord en het werkwoord hetzelfde (love), maar in't Ykr is het Tse Ljubov.
Juist oekrainse vrienden ?

Envy
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 20:44
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Guido,

Ik heb dat boekje nog niet ... is nog altijd in bestelling en kon wel een maand duren :(
Daarmee dak mijne plan nog ff via deze weg moet trekken

Merci voor de info hé :)

Guido
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 21:00
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Ik heb dat boekje nog niet
Sorry,ik dacht dat je het boek al had.
Ik ben het gaan halen bij Intertaal in Antwerpen.
Hun site is echter niet volledig te vertrouwen. Ging eigenlijk voor een woordenboek dat volgens de site in voorraad was, maar het was er niet. Ik was dan ook blij dat ik het Phrasebook vond.
Een paar maanden later heb ik het woordenboek laten opsturen.
Kosten vielen mee, maar het is redelijk beknopt.
Dobrivechir !

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 22 Jun 2005 23:50
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Envy
Dobroji nochi! ))

Guido
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 00:28
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(transliteration please ... I can't read cyrilic)
You can find something on :
http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/4747/ukrlang.html
I like writing dutch in cyrilic letters.
It's fun.

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 01:01
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Guido
Nice link)) As for me, I can use it to find synonums to some words, as there are so many translations of one word))

Envy
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:23
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Guido,

Thanks for the ausome link ... It's realy great :)
I'm glad to hear Cosa Nostra likes it too .... now he/she can even make better translations for us non ukrainian speakers
(and the translations were already super!)

Cosa Nostra,

I would like to know more about you :)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:31
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Envy
I would like to know more about you :)
=) I would like to know, what interests you in my personality...
My name is Hanna, I live in Ukraine (Kiev), like Ruslana and other artists of my country. Love Ukraine, music, history.
And what about you?

Envy
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:41
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Cosa Nostra

Whith everybody using nicknames (or maybe some people use their real name, but I don't know many eastern european names), it's not easy to know if I'm talking to a man or a woman.

And what about you?
My name is Debbie and I live in Belgium (Antwerp). I can't say I like belgian artist (because I realy don't) and I can't say I like many Ukrainian artist (because I only know Ruslana ... but I like her very much :)

I would like to learn more about Ukraine, because I'm very interessted in your country.
Could you perhaps tell me what the orange revolution is all about?

Thanks for all the information you told me about yourself :)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:51
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Envy
Could you perhaps tell me what the orange revolution is all about?
Ofcourse I can!
I was an active participant of this revolution. I'm just trying to show you all the pictures I've made there, but, unfortunatly, I can't insert an image here. So I can only post them by the E-mail.
I can tell you everything you want. So just ask me=)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:52
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Go ahead)) I like to tell about my country)))

Envy
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:58
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Could you send the pictures to me email please
I will give you my email from home (I'm at work now)
it's debbie.groeneveld@telenet.be

Envy
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 13:59
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Cosa Nostra,
Go ahead)) I like to tell about my country)))
What's it like livin in Ukraine ... is it a beautiful country ?
And how is the weather there

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 14:47
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Envy
is it a beautiful country ?
It is. And how it is like to live there... I just feel myself home. These green plants, beautiful nature, aintshent monumebts and just friendly people. I've never seen more friendly ppl in eny other country...

And how is the weather there
Winter is snowy and sommer is HOT!!!!

diplos pelekys
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 17:33
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Cosa_nostra
I've never seen more friendly ppl in eny other country...
I could guess that! :-)
and sommer is HOT!!!!
R U going swimming regularly?
Are there beautiful beaches?
Because here in Greece it's too hot & we go swimming every weekend :-)
Winter is snowy
I could dream a beautiful winter evening in Kiev! :-) LOL

Envy
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 18:24
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Cosa nostra
I've never seen more friendly ppl in eny other country...
I know for shore that you are very friendly
I hope there comes a time I can visit Ukraine and meet more of those friendly people :)

Diplos Pelekys
here in Greece it's too hot & we go swimming every weekend
I'm very jealous of you too...
The weather here in Belgium is terrible :(
At this moment it is very hot ... but most of the time it is cloudy and rainy
I can only dream of going to the beach and swim every day
(I'm counting the days ... in september I'm going to Turkey for 15 days >> that's my time for swimming and beach :)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 22:05
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Envy
I know for shore that you are very friendly
Thanx=)

Cosa_nostra
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# Posted: 23 Jun 2005 22:07
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Diplos Pelekys

The beaches are nice and a bit wild for European ppl=)

aly
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# Posted: 15 Sep 2005 19:03
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da???

"da" means yes in romanian and "nu" means no in (in romanian)

WOW!!!!

aly
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# Posted: 15 Sep 2005 19:07
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cosa nostra please send me photos from the orange revolution at: [[email=]aly_russia_romania2005@yahoo.com[/email]

Please

obw
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# Posted: 16 Sep 2005 01:06
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aly
please send me photos

But you know that she wrote that 3 months ago?

Lussekatt
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# Posted: 16 Sep 2005 01:18
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obw

and seemes to have her puff gone period again....

skaidra
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# Posted: 16 Sep 2005 15:40
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is anybody interested in Lithuania????

ashy_bashy
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# Posted: 1 Oct 2005 14:45
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It is very hard for people in england to learn a language such as Russian or ukrainian because they dont have any school that you dont have to pay alot of money for to study. I have phrase books and i use websites off the internet to help me learn. I am studying both Russian and Ukrainian and even listenin to more ukraine and russian music helps me because i understand the songs more.

hellenmarcus
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# Posted: 15 Jan 2006 23:21
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Hello! It's a very good idea to learn Russian language. It is not so difficult,really. Now I can understand all Ruslana's songs.I tried to learn Russian myself but unfortunately I have not got results.And then I applied to Russian teachers online ( I'm from Germany) I've got to know about them from my university ( I'm a student of Hamburg uni) . Their mail is superrepetitor@yahoo.com This is my advice. Step by step they'll send you lessons with all explanations. I like it! Good luck!

Lussekatt
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# Posted: 15 Jan 2006 23:29 - Edited by: Lussekatt
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hellenmarcus

Welcome to Ruslanas forum! thanks for your advices. If you are interested to speak german on this forum there is a german topic for you!

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