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*06:10:13 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: hello! *06:10:39 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Unfortunately I don't speak any spanish yet.

What about your russian level? *06:11:00 p. m.+ david rodriguez: hehe i say the same thing ;( *06:11:20 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Great. Then our levels are the same, so we can teach one another. *06:11:37 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Let's start with simple greetings =) *06:11:40 p. m.+ david rodriguez: yes sure, so you will need a book wait *06:11:45 p. m.+ *** david rodriguez sent 74177802-Elementary-Spanish-Grammar-AR5 BUENO.pdf *** *06:12:11 p. m.+ *** david rodriguez sent 109860765-Uso-de-la-gramatica-espanola-elemental-1 BUENO.pdf *** *06:13:42 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: =) It's a little bit hard to me to find a well-proven book of russian for english speakers. Anyway, you can google it easily. *06:14:13 p. m.+ david rodriguez: nah it's ok *06:14:20 p. m.+ david rodriguez: im not english speaker *06:14:25 p. m.+ david rodriguez: i'm spanish speaker *06:17:14 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: sure you are, but you obviously understand english )

Let's start with very simle sentence: ! . sounds like: "Privet! Menya zovut Grigoriy." - if I remember properely, google translate service can pronounce it. And translation is "Hi! My name is Grigoriy." but the grammar is not quite the same as in english. Literally, it is more like "Hi! I am named Grigoriy." <name> = they call me <name> *06:18:28 p. m.+ david rodriguez: wait letme get a note book *06:19:31 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: ok *06:25:04 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ok i did *06:25:26 p. m. | Edited 06:25:30 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: so, you can now intruduce yourself in russian *06:25:45 p. m.+ david rodriguez: letme activate my cirilic letters xD

*06:25:50 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: :D *06:26:40 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: you can possibly find it better to use phonetic keyboard layout for russian letters, at least at the beginning *06:27:35 p. m.+ david rodriguez: *06:27:44 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: great! *06:27:57 p. m.+ david rodriguez: lol it's too hard to find the words *06:27:59 p. m.+ david rodriguez: O_o *06:28:07 p. m.+ david rodriguez: i need practice that *06:28:34 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Try to say your name, by just replacing my name with yours *06:28:42 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ahh ok *06:29:38 p. m.+ david rodriguez: omg this thing copy full mesage man ;( *06:29:54 p. m.+ david rodriguez: *06:30:02 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: it's better to retype it so you can remember it better *06:30:14 p. m.+ david rodriguez: at russian letters' *06:30:15 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ?} *06:30:18 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: yep *06:33:36 p. m.+ david rodriguez: . *06:34:19 p. m.+ david rodriguez: (whew) *06:36:53 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: close enough ) I think that your actual name is (note the last letter), and not sure about what did you wanted to say with =) Also and are different letters: sounds like english article "a", while is very simiar to 'z'. So, i correct you with "! ". *06:38:00 p. m.+ david rodriguez: aahh sorry i wanted look a little russian with davichenko xD *06:38:01 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ;) *06:38:39 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Let's try another one. " - " means "I am programmer". In russian we mostly skip the "to be" verb, sometimes replacing it with "-" symbol. What's your occupation? *06:40:38 p. m.+ david rodriguez: - *06:41:03 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: - ?

Also note, that there are no articles at all in russian. *06:41:14 p. m.+ david rodriguez: *06:41:19 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: =) *06:41:45 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: - . programmer is almost an engineer *06:42:15 p. m.+ david rodriguez: yea but i'm engineer civil :) *06:42:16 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: so we are almost colleagues *06:42:31 p. m.+ david rodriguez: yea *06:46:34 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: note the small word '': <smth> - <smth else> this small word is sort of equality sign, and usually used together with '-' symbol in simple sentences. But it can also have it's own meaning, somewhere between english 'it', 'this', and 'that': ! That's cool! ! That sucks! - . This is my mom. - . This is my dad. ! This is terrible! *06:48:26 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: And one more, a little bit tricky: - ! It's always good to have foreign friends! *06:49:54 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ok wait *06:52:08 p. m.+ david rodriguez: mmm... ok *06:52:11 p. m.+ david rodriguez: :) *06:53:39 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: ok, let's move on. The very imporant part of russian language are cases. We call it "": case = ; cases = . do you have any cases in spanish? *06:55:08 p. m.+ david rodriguez: cases? mmm... i dont know what do you talk about... *06:55:17 p. m.+ david rodriguez: excepcions?

*06:55:48 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: It is the case of a noun that shows what role the noun plays in a sentence regardless of the word order. you can read a little bit here about cases: http://everydayrussianlanguage.com/en/beginners/why-russians-need-cases/ *06:56:30 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ahhh yea i think yes :) *06:56:31 p. m.+ david rodriguez: we have *06:56:47 p. m.+ david rodriguez: nominativo, acusativo, dativo, genitivo *06:57:05 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: great! so you will not be very confused *06:57:21 p. m.+ david rodriguez: hope so man! because russian looks crazy for me ;( *06:57:25 p. m.+ david rodriguez: :) *06:57:42 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: =) everything looks crazy at the first sight. *07:00:33 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Let's revisit our first sentence: *name here* and stare a little bit at this word: "" It means direction to you as an object of an action. Compare: = I love ; = I am loved = I call, I name ; = I am named, I am called and are the cases of the same word 'I' *07:01:26 p. m.+ david rodriguez: yea *07:01:31 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: namely, "" is accusative form ( ) *07:02:11 p. m.+ david rodriguez: i understand that happends in spanish too but continue please :) *07:02:30 p. m.+ david rodriguez: how are you going? *07:03:51 p. m.+ david rodriguez: yep *07:04:02 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: We can also say smth like: = "They gave me money" or = "I was given to money" or " " = "I gave money" *07:04:24 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: "" is another case - this time dative, *07:05:47 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: There are 6 basic cases. *07:06:06 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: 2 more than in spanish, as I know *07:06:15 p. m.+ david rodriguez: yea

*07:06:55 p. m.+ david rodriguez: well in spanish i think they are 3 not for becuase davite and acusative works in the same form ;P *07:07:51 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: well, forms and meanings are not the same question ) there are some intersections of forms in russian too, but the meaning is more important *07:08:04 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ok *07:08:15 p. m.+ Grigory Bezyuk: Now, let's try some spanish? *07:08:21 p. m.+ david rodriguez: ok wait