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A channel for those who want to learn Russian.
A chat for Russian Learners - @learnrussian_group (https://t.me/joinchat/B2Jml0PiDTOFrpJeb0pXJw)

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2021-12-24 17:05:55 ​New Year is coming! And you may be surprised to know that New Year is much more popular in Russia than Christmas!

In Russia we have several phrases for this particular holiday. Let’s learn the most common of them.

С наступающим! – [s na-stoo-pà-yu-schim] – we use this phrase for several days before New Year, it means “Happy New Year that is coming soon”. It’s very polite to say this phrase everywhere: at work, in the store, in the bank, etc.

С Новым Годом! – [s nò-vym gò-dam] – the main phrase we use during this holiday. In English it’s usually translated as “Happy New Year”.

Счастливого Нового Года! – [scha-sleè-va-va nò-va-va gò-da] – literally means “Happy new year!” (the full form: I wish you a happy new year). It’s a good phrase for toasts.

С праздником! – [s prà-znee-kam] – happy holiday! This phrase may be used for any holiday, including the New Year.

С прошедшим! – [s pra-shèh-tshim] – we use this one for several days after the New Year. Literally it means “Happy New Year that has passed”. Just like the first phrase, it can be used with everyone and everywhere.

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Антонимы в русском языке / Antonyms in Russian

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2020-09-25 19:05:15 ​​ Как вам идея освоить базовый английский язык за 30 часов?

Вы можете скептически подумать, что это все невозможно и так и продолжить с удивлением и завистью смотреть на людей, которые свободно говорят на английском.

Вебинар подходит всем, у кого плохая память, нет времени, нет сил и мотивации. Информация будет полезна любым уровням владения английским. Занимайте свое место на живой трансляции и регистрируйтесь здесь => Регистрация

P.S. После регистрации вы получите бесплатно PDF по изучению английского языка
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2019-10-17 21:27:27
Useful words

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2019-09-16 15:11:36 Rules for determining if a noun is masculine or feminine

1. Look at the last letter of the word:
2. If it is a consonant, or “й”, the word is masculine.
3. If it is “а” or “я” it is feminine.
4. If it is “о” or “е” it is neuter.
5. If it is a soft sign “ь” then it could be either masculine or feminine. (relative to the above four, this doesn't happen to often)

There are very few exceptions to these rules, but there are five notable ones which occur mainly because of physical gender.

Папа – (Daddy, Papa) – Is Masculine
Дядя – (Uncle) – Is Masculine
Дедушка – (Grandfather) – Is Masculine
Мужчина – (Man) – Is Masculine
Кофе – (Coffee) – Is Masculine

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