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by nicolvichl schmidt, 2017-04-19, 12:40  154.70.110...
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Please Help Translate! » answer
by Bulbasaur (UN), 2017-04-16, 19:52  Spam?  
Hi, could someone please translate this into Russian so I can memorize it. Please and thanks!

Hello, my name is Alonzo. I live in the United States and want to learn Russian. I want to learn the language so I can make Russian friends. I am nice, curious, and ready to learn.
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-16, 21:28  Spam?  176.49.242....
 #868846
Hello, Alonzo. The translation is ready.

Здравствуйте, меня зовут Алонзо. Я живу в США и хочу изучать русский язык. Я хочу выучить этот язык для того, чтобы завести русских друзей. Я хороший, любознательный и готов учиться.
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by Bulbasaur (UN), 2017-04-16, 21:36  Spam?  
 #868847
Thank you very much!
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bending to clear the low metal ceiling » answer
by Demetrius, 2017-04-06, 10:32  Spam?  176.49.250....
This is a phrase from Robert Sheckley "The Hour of Battle". The phrase is "He returned from the port to his chair, bending to clear the low metal ceiling." Could anyone explain me what does the second part of the sentence mean?

I have looked this narrative in Russian translations. One translator leaves this phrase without translation, another translator writes his some fantasy. Nobody Russian understand this!
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bending to clear the low metal ceiling  #868317
by Truhachev (RU), Last modified: 2017-04-08, 09:26  Spam?  
Hi Demetrius!

First of all:
This sentence is wrong: Nobody(?) Russian understand(s?) this!
Correct sentense: No Russian can understand this(that)!

And then.. what makes you think and say so?
If you personally can't do anyting, it doesn't mean everybody can't do that either.
The word "port" has several meanings in Russian like:проход, левый борт (судна), гавань; приют; убежище etc. You know the context and it's up to you to choose any of them.

The second part of the sentence:... bending to clear the low metal ceiling.
I would propose the following: нагнувшись/нагибаясь, чтобы почистить ( вымыть? помыть?) низкий металлический потолок.

As you see, it's nothing difficult in that part of the sentence.

Best wishes
Andrey
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-08, 10:49  Spam?  176.49.232....
 #868324
Добрый день, Андрей!

Я по-русски. Согласен, окончание "s" к слову "understand" следовало бы приделать. В остальном - я не понимаю. На моем (школьном, можно сказать) уровне знания анг. языка разница между "Nobody Russian" и "No Russian" неощутима. У меня задача, чтобы понятно было - это уже достижение.

По поводу фразы. У Шекли в космосе где-то - на рубежах - напряженно ждут нападения инопланетян. Смотрят на индикатор. И почти не говорят даже. Они - солдаты, охранители. И вдруг вот это: "Он вернулся от иллюминатора к своему креслу, наклонившись помыть низкий металлический потолок". Жуть. Я и подумал, что здесь или идиома какая-нибудь или еще что. В прямом значении предложение русскому человеку понять невозможно, потому что оно не влазит в контекст. Оно и в рамки специфического юмора Шекли, похоже, не влазит....
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by Truhachev (RU), 2017-04-08, 10:59  Spam?  
 #868326
Hi Demetrius!

Добрый совет:
найдите сайт с английской грамматикой, раздел "Употребление слов: no / nobody" . После изучения раздела Вам все станет ясным.
ПС: У меня уровень не школьный, а за плечами окончание института , факультет иностранных языков.(специализация: немецкий и английский языки) + работа преподавателем и переводчиком изрядное количество лет.

Best wishes
Andrey
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style-wise incorrect? sound old-fasioned? » answer
by Eric 1403, 2017-04-04, 16:28  Spam?  203.186.77....
Hi everyone,

I am soon going to marry a Russian speaking girl.
I wrote some words to her (see below) and I wish to tell it to her on our wedding day. My concern is I do not want to sound old-fashioned. You might also warn me if it seems style-wise incorrect.

Appreciate your interest in giving me a helping hand,
Eric1403

ты для меня всё
Весь мой мир оборачивается вокруг тебя...

Ты мой день и ночь, Поскольку ты моя первая мысль с которой я просыпаюсь утром
и последняя  Когда я засыпаю вечером...

Мои дождь и солнце - я люблю, когда идет дождь И я могу пить капли дождя Прямо из Твоих Малиновых губ; ты делаешь вещи ярче, более красочными и теплее - Так же, как солнце...

C тобой всё более особенное, интереснее, приятнее...

Благодарю тебя за каждый день с тобой, Как это стоило жить
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-04, 17:57  Spam?  176.49.213....
 #868098
Why old-fashioned? Russian girls like love words. Here is a variant (I remake a little):

Ты для меня - всё.
Мой мир - это ты.

Ты - мои день и ночь.
О тебе - первая мысль, с которой я просыпаюсь утром,
И последняя, когда я засыпаю - о тебе.

Ты - мои дождь и солнце.
Я люблю, когда идет дождь.
Ведь я могу пить капли дождя из твоих малиновых губ.
Как солнце, ты согреваешь и делаешь ярким каждый мой день.

Благодарю судьбу за то, что ты со мной.
Ты - мое счастье, ты - моя жизнь.
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To Demetrius  #868099
by Eric 1403, 2017-04-04, 18:14  Spam?  203.186.77....
Many thanks, Demetrius - once more I read both versions and I prefer yours over mine :)
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by Dedicated (UN), Last modified: 2017-04-04, 12:55  Spam?  
Can anyone assist me to translate the following from English to Russian:

- 'You should ask her what she did on her holiday to Thailand in November, 2016?
She must be a really good friend.'

Thanks in advance.

How about:

- 'She must be a really good friend'
'You should ask her what she did on her holiday to Thailand in November, 2016'

I should point out that it is meant to oppose the first sentence. It is almost meant to be hypothetical or sarcastic.
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-04, 12:05  Spam?  176.49.242....
 #868054
It seems, the first sentence opposes the second one. I am not understand. Could you give another variant?
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by Dedicated (UN), 2017-04-04, 12:57  Spam?  
 #868059
Can anyone assist me to translate the following from English to Russian:

- 'You should ask her what she did on her holiday to Thailand in November, 2016?
She must be a really good friend?'

How about:

- 'She must be a really good friend'
'You should ask her what she did on her holiday to Thailand in November, 2016'

I should point out that it is meant to oppose the first sentence. It is almost meant to be hypothetical or sarcastic.
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-04, 13:17  Spam?  176.49.242....
 #868060
I am understand it is sarcasm. I am thinking.
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-04, 13:28  Spam?  176.49.242....
 #868061
In Russian:

Вы должны были бы спросить ее, что она делала в Таиланде в ноябре 2016 года. Должно быть, она действительно хороший друг.
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by Demetrius, 2017-04-04, 15:16  Spam?  176.49.213....
 #868073
It was the blunder in "I am understand it is sarcasm". My bad. Must be: "I have understood it is sarcasm."
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Need help translating Russian letters to English » answer
by ljc-8546, 2017-03-31, 12:45  Spam?  86.24.91....
I have dozens of letters belonging to a WW2 refugee who came to England. She has passed away now, unfortunately I never got to meet her. I am now in possession of dozens of letters she received (during the 1950's I believe) and they are all in Russian.

Can anyone please help me translate them?
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-31, 14:15  Spam?  176.49.236...
 #867831
I think, at first it is better to type the text from handle-made variant to computer variant. After that you could see a sense of this letters by means Google translator. Typing is cheaper then translation.

I can't do good translation to English. Please look at, here are tens of Russian translators: https://freelance.ru/advert/?spec=29
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Need help translating Russian letters to English  #867853
by Truhachev (RU), 2017-04-01, 01:33  Spam?  
Hello ljc-8546,
I  am a graduated teacher of English from Russia.
My name is Andrey.
I could help you with your problem.
Please send me an e-mail to: atruhachev4;mail.ru
Can you get your letters scanned? If so, send me some scannned copies of the letters.
Yours
Andrey
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by Dedicated (UN), Last modified: 2017-03-29, 12:45  Spam?  
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-29, 10:30  Spam?  176.49.230....
 #867682
Hi,

In English:
This will all stop once she admits to them the truth. They deserve to know.
One post revealing the truth on her profile and this will all go away. If not, I fear things will only get worse for her.

In Russian:
Это все прекратится, когда она позволит им узнать правду. Они заслуживают того, чтобы знать. Одно сообщение в ее профиле, раскрывающее правду, и все развеется. Если нет, я боюсь, что хуже будет только ей.
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I need help again! Sorry to be a pain! » answer
by Dedicated (UN), Last modified: 2017-03-29, 12:45  Spam?  
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by Truhachev (RU), Last modified: 2017-04-01, 01:35  Spam?  
 #867553
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by Dedicated (UN), Last modified: 2017-03-29, 12:46  Spam?  
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-22, 08:16  Spam?  176.49.253...
 #867221
In English: 'Sorry girls... the photos are not of him. He is the other man from Australia'.
In Russian: 'Мне жаль, девушки... Эти фотографии не его. Он - другой мужчина из Австралии'.
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[SPAM] #867352
by BUSINESSDOCUMENT, 2017-03-23, 15:24  41.205.19....
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by kolvichl47, 2017-04-19, 12:37  154.70.110...
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Another short note i need help with :) » answer
by b00, 2017-03-21, 15:18  Spam?  178.197.233...
Since the last one went really quickly, there is another note i need some help with: http://imgur.com/a/oMDlP
Thank you so much for translating! Means the world to me :)
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-21, 15:38  Spam?  176.49.235...
 #867164
In Russian: Закончи смотреть фильм "В поисках Дори",
In English: Finish watching the movie "In search of Dori".

Please, come back soon. I will be here.
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Please help me to translate this short note » answer
by b00, 2017-03-21, 09:21  Spam?  92.56.54....
A friend gave me this note: http://imgur.com/a/HWe2z
Can someone please tell me what it means in english? :)
Thanks a lot for the help!
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-21, 09:37  Spam?  176.49.205....
 #867141
In Russian: Ты делаешь меня счастливой, In English: You make me a happy girl.
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please help me translate this to english » answer
by david6, 2017-03-05, 16:42  Spam?  178.39.75...
как же тут ахуенно
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-06, 03:56  Spam?  176.49.238....
 #866192
There is is indecent word there, the word is used by people with low literacy and low social status. The phrase means "that place is so beautiful as a penis". Uneducated man wanted to transfer his delight simply, and he did that as he could.
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please help me translate this to english  #866621
by Truhachev (RU), Last modified: 2017-03-11, 23:17  Spam?  
Hello,
Firstly, the spelling is incorrect.
Correct spelling: охуенно. It's an adverb which may be described as slangy or taboo word.
This can be experessed in Russian as follows:  
fucking great; fucking cool; fucking wicked; fuking lovely; fucking nice
Source:http://www.multitran.ru/c/m.exe?l1=2&l2=1&s=%EE%F5%F3%E5%ED...

The whole sentence can be then roughly translated like: what a fucking nice/cool place here!

Yours
Andrey T.
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-12, 07:25  Spam?  176.49.217...
 #866631
I have guessed! Maybe, the word "ахуенно" is a derivate from "Ah!". I would say it is some proximate with "ah!-impressive". However the word "охуенно" is a derivate from penis exactly. Thus, "ахуенно" is a more soft Russian word then "охуенно".
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please help me translate this to english  #866675
by Truhachev (RU), 2017-03-13, 05:47  Spam?  
Hello Demetrius,

In every language there are some native speakers who tends to speak or write in an incorrect way, i.e. with mistakes.
Here is the correct way to spell or write the above mentioned word:
https://ru.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D0%BE%D1%85%D1%83%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%BD...

Yours sincerely
Andrey
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-13, 09:01  Spam?  176.49.218....
 #866686
Hello Andrey,

I see the trend which is consisted in the moving of bad words from sharp forms to soft forms. For example, блядь - плять, пиздец - писец and so on. Last forms I have written are not obscene already, I think. The word ахуенно is an example of such softification (maybe). People want to use soft bad words. The softer rough word the better, it is not the rule, it is the communicative truth.

Let us do good words from various linguistic scums!
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by Truhachev (RU), Last modified: 2017-03-13, 22:47  Spam?  
 #866746
Hello Demetrius,

You are сertainly right in general. But I think in this particular case we are dealing with another phenomenon. Namely: in the oral version of the Russian language the letter "o" is often replaced by the letter "a" in an unstressed position. And that is a rule.

For example: we write "otkuda?", but we say: "atkuda". Or we write: " обалдеть, офигеть, охренеть, охуеть". But we pronounce it like:"а-балдеть, а-фигеть,а-хренеть, а-хуеть".
We write the letter "o" at the beginning of these words for one simple reason: Russian verbs have the prefix "o" (and not "a").

I believe that the adverb "охуенно" was formed from the verb "охуеть" (то есть удивиться, поразиться). According to the same rule the adverbs "обалденно, офигенно" were formed from the verbs "обалдеть, офигеть" etc.

I hope you will agree with my arguments.

Yours sincerely
Andrey
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by Demetrius, 2017-03-14, 13:13  Spam?  176.49.225...
 #866774
Андрей, давайте от существительных пойдем. Есть слово из трех букв, от него мы выводим «охуеть», «охуенный» и т.д. Но другое существительное от существительного же, приставив к нему приставку «о», мы не получим, нет такого (обкатанного) механизма словообразования. Механизма нет, а слово-то есть, вернее, даже два: «охуй» и «ахуй»! Я думаю, первое неправильно, оно незаконнорожденное. Потому что в нем читается приставка.

Возьмем подобное что-то (тоже телесное): «жопа». Можно сказать «ожопился», «ожопение» и другое, я не буду перебирать, но нельзя отсюда сделать существительное «ожопа». «Он был в ожопе»? «Испытал ожопу»? Так нельзя, это просто непонятно. Поэтому, «охуй» вполне может быть «ахуем», где первая буква совсем не приставка. То есть, самостоятельным существительным со своим корнем, просто созвучным.

Есть...
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I have a math paper and I need to translate it. » answer
by ateq10 (UN), 2017-02-26, 06:21  Spam?  
Hello,
I have a math paper ( 30 pages) in Russian language and I need help to translate it to English.

If you can help me to find a place to translate it I'll appreciate that.

Thank you
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I have a math paper and I need to translate it.  #865924
by Truhachev (RU), Last modified: 2017-03-01, 23:28  Spam?  
Hello!
I can help you with your problem. Are you ready to pay me for my efforts?

For details please write me to: atruhachev4;mail.ru

With kind regards
Andrey
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