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dvdlagr

dvdlagr (74)

dvdlagr
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Thank you, Artur!

This is VERY HELPFUL! And, <blush> the similarity to Spanish is an excellent example for me. I must learn there are other ways of saying things than the English way. I mean no insult to you or the Spanish.

rodrigo santana ferr

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rodrigo santana ferr
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  cМожет кто-то пожалуйста, скажите мне, что означает слово XAXA на русском языке?

Olga • Ольга

Olga • Ольга

Olga • Ольга
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"ХАХА" or "хаха" is supposed to be the sound of laughter, the same like 'haha' in English :)

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thank you very much m,y friend

dvdlagr

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dvdlagr
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В чем разница между «сфотографировать» и «фотографировать»?

Они являются синонимами?

Дэвид

Olga • Ольга

Olga • Ольга

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Hi David,

I guess you know the difference between perfective and imperfective verbs (if not you can easily google it) -- "фотографировать" is an imperfective aspect verb (it can be used in past, present, and future tenses), сфотографировать is a perfective aspect verb (it can be used only in past and future). To make it simple, these are different forms of the same verb, but they are used differently.

Best, 

Olga

dvdlagr

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dvdlagr
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EXCELLENT, dear Olga!!

Yes, I am MORE than aware of "perfective" and "imperfective"; although I have not conquered this part of Russian grammar, yet. But ... "every day, in every way, I'm getting better and better!" :)

THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH for your prompt ... and clear, response. I appreciate you!!

David