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cleanmindsounds
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ha, ha. A fun theme :)))) I also speak Russian, but it will not surprise anybody. :) Since I live in Russia)))))))

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Yuar
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I speak Russian and can read from notes too :) Very fun thread indeed! :D Especially the request not to swear in Russian :D

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cleanmindsounds
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Especially the request not to swear in Russian :D

We have it now unfashionable :)))))))))))

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Yuar
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Yuar said Especially the request not to swear in Russian We have it now unfashionable :)))))))))))
Yes, as well as drinking vodka and walking in the streets with bears :)
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urbazon
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I love real kvass

kvass, yummy! :)

I can only say a few of the most important words/phrases in Russian: “vodka” and “na zdorovie!” hehe :D

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LGuitarB
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I know that ‘thank you’ in Russian is ‘Spasiba’ :)

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I know that ‘thank you’ in Russian is ‘Spasiba’ :)

When I was child, I remembered many variants of “hello” or “good morning” in different languages.

O la (Spain)

Ya su (Greece)

Hello

Bonjour

Salamaleykum (many asian countries)

Guten morgen

Dobry den (Ukrainian “Good Day”)

Sya (Chinese)

Zdravstvuyte (Russian)

Baref (Armenian)

Shalom (ivrit)

Its time to learn different variants of “Thank you”

Spasibo (Russian)

Diakuyu (Ukrainian)

Danke

Mersi

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I love real kvass

kvass, yummy! :)

I can only say a few of the most important words/phrases in Russian: “vodka” and “na zdorovie!” hehe :D

If you know “vodka”, you are the friend (cant translate “svoj chelovek”) in Russia and Ukraine :) In Ukraine, when you drink, you can say “Bud’mo” (like “cheerse”)

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FxProSound
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I work sometimes with musicians from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. They are always professional instrumentalists with musical theory abilities and technical skills. They are easy to communicate in my language. But one thing… do not start to drink anything with majority of them :)

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urbazon
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If you know “vodka”, you are the friend (cant translate “svoj chelovek”) in Russia and Ukraine :) In Ukraine, when you drink, you can say “Bud’mo” (like “cheerse”)

Maybe translate it as “my man”? :) Like some rappers use to say :D

Anyway, whether they spell it vodka or wodka, I like it :) It’s very good ice-cold, or as a base liquor in all sorts of mixed drinks :) But this is offtopic anyways :):)

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