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Re: Rusky Ed

Postby ruskyed » Sat Dec 15, 2012 8:26 am

Rusky Ed's Halloween Special! :gloom:
The focus words for this lesson include:
привидение (ghost)
ползти (to creep)
темнота (darkness)
крыльцо (porch)
тёмный (dark)
Also included are the words for witch, broom, spider, pumpkin, skeleton, cave, disguise, and to be afraid!
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Rusky Ed

Postby ruskyed » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:27 am

LATEST VIDEO: English to Russian 35 - надеяться, надежда, разуверять
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Re: Rusky Ed

Postby ruskyed » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:27 am

Oddly enough the following ad showed up next to my latest video lesson. I don't imagine that a Muslim dating website would be very fun!
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Here's the link to the lesson (you never know what ad is going to show up next):
http://youtu.be/mjrLXT0AqQE
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Re: Rusky Ed

Postby surfsteve » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:27 am

The only way I can translate Russian is with google translate or by reading the subtitles.
You know why single men live longer than married men? Because they want to.
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Re: Rusky Ed

Postby ruskyed » Sun Mar 10, 2013 3:04 pm

Speaking Russian 29 - добрый, любезный, мило
Rusky Ed here with yet another lesson! This one is on the importance of being kind.
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Re: Rusky Ed

Postby ruskyed » Sat Jul 27, 2013 4:08 pm

Every once in a while someone sends me a private message on YouTube in which they express their appreciation for the lessons I post online. Here's an example (the username will not be revealed in order to protect the privacy of this user):
Learning russia over the years.
Alot have happen seense i started watching your videos. Well i have had around 5 youtube account seense then, but also been to latvia 4 times which its around 40% russian speaking. also i beeen to Russia, and i can say that when i started to watch your ''russian nouse'' videos i became better and better!

You know, you gave me some hope of learning it, and i will study in sweden russian for 3 months, and then 3 months in Russia.

Thanks for helping, and teaching! and thanks for everything!

And then there is this:
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Re: Rusky Ed

Postby ruskyed » Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:12 pm

Rusky Ed Reviews - Lesson 10 :smart:
The focus words for this lesson include:
использованный (to use)
идти (to go on foot)
давать (to give)
соглашаться (to agree)
посмотреть (to look)
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Life in Russia

Postby ruskyed » Tue Oct 08, 2013 6:49 pm

Russian Supermarket. "Real Russia"
Modern Russia is quite similar to the USA. In this video we get a tour of a grocery store in Russia. Most of the products are quite similar to what we are used to here in the USA and the prices are extremely reasonable! If it weren't for the cold winters and difficult language many of us might be tempted to move to Russia. At least in Russia the politicians seem to know how to get things done and Russia doesn't have a propensity to militarily intervene in the affairs of other countries every chance it gets!
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Re: Life in Russia

Postby a2z » Tue Oct 08, 2013 7:48 pm

Living in St. Petergsburg: The Russian Language
I'm not quite ready to move to Russia. At least not yet, but with the way things are going with our dysfunctional government, it might not be too long!
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Re: Life in Russia

Postby desertrat » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:11 am

Lots of vodka available in the liquor section! It seems like the vegetables were pretty cheap, but most everything else seems like stores in the USA. Even some of the products were the same as in our stores! The world is getting to be one big boring place! Worldwide standardization!
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