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<b>If you guys ever need to translate something from Russian to English, let me know. And I will do it, unless it's 50 pages long and about hamsters.<br />
That's about the only thing that I can offer to help someone on the forums.</b>
 

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Can you do English to Russian?<br />
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"Hey baby you clean windows really well. Lets get lunch at The Boardwalk and dicuss your green card."<br />
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The Boardwalk is the name of an establishment so you wouldn't need to translate that.
 

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you may be able to translate it, but I dont anyone is gonna know how to prounounce good.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic"><b>If you guys ever need to translate something from Russian to English, let me know. And I will do it, unless it's 50 pages long and about hamsters.<br />
That's about the only thing that I can offer to help someone on the forums.</b></div>

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</div>Vodka bottles to???<img src="/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Can you do English to Russian?<br />
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"Hey baby you clean windows really well. Lets get lunch at The Boardwalk and dicuss your green card."<br />
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The Boardwalk is the name of an establishment so you wouldn't need to translate that.</div>

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</div>ей Баба, ты моеш окна очень хорошо, давай идём пожрём в Boardwalk и по разговариваeм про твою гри сард<br />
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ay Baba. Ti moyesh okna ochen chorosho, davay idem pozhrem v Boardwalk u porazgovarivaem pro tvoyu green kard.
 
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<div style="font-style:italic">Can you do English to Russian?<br />
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"Hey baby you clean windows really well. Lets get lunch at The Boardwalk and dicuss your green card."<br />
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The Boardwalk is the name of an establishment so you wouldn't need to translate that.</div>

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</div>I translated your sentence twice and look, lol<br />
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Hey baby you clean windows actually good. Prevents in order to obtain dinner on promenade and dicuss your green card.
 

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Russian is so beautiful. I tried to start learning it at one point and had the entire alphabet memorized (I could write english in russian characters) but unfortunately I just ended up learning a few words. Linguistics are not really my best ability...<br><br>
Priviet, kak deela? (I think that's "hi, how are you"....)
 

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Priviet, kak deela? (I think that's "hi, how are you"....)</div>

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</div>You are correct.
 

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My Dad's second wife is Ukranian. I lived with them for a year and she used to speak in russian with her son. I knew some simple words but i forgot..<br />
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I remeber her saying babayushka or smtg like that. I think it means "witch" <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> and idisuda means come here...
 

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I took Russian in High School. I don't remember a damn thing. I can still translate some of the cyrillic alphabet. Only three words I can vaguely remember: Strastvi (loosely tranlated Hello), Dasvidania (Good bye) and Spaciba (Thank you? or please?)
 
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