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/int/ 43461805: >Of course I am bringing of inanities Help me out...

kuldarkalvik Avatar
kuldarkalvik:#43461805

>Of course I am bringing of inanities
Help me out Russian speakers. Why do Russian speakers have so many problems with the "of" preposition.

axel_gillino Avatar
axel_gillino:#43461817

culture of inflected language

jamesmbickerton Avatar
jamesmbickerton:#43461852

They of different grammar. Culture of bad teachenings of Englishings.

n1ght_coder Avatar
n1ght_coder:#43461866

>>43461817
Пиздоблядское мудопроёбище охуевающие от собственной невъебучести

velagapati Avatar
velagapati:#43461873

>>43461805
Talking without cases is uncomfortable, it feels ooga booga tier

Shriiiiimp Avatar
Shriiiiimp:#43461910

50% of imitation of English language with grammar illiteracy + 50% of grammar structure of mother tongue = Runglish.

darcystonge Avatar
darcystonge:#43461914

>>43461852
Can you explain a bit more? What do you have instead of the "of" preposition?

Assume I know nothing about the Russian language (which is actually true).

betraydan Avatar
betraydan:#43461917

>>43461914
genitive case

m4rio Avatar
m4rio:#43461922

>>43461914
And what in particular about the "of" word makes it so difficult? It's just I notice it's such a feature of Runglish.

markolschesky Avatar
markolschesky:#43461938

>>43461910
Also this -> >>43461873 of course

vj_demien Avatar
vj_demien:#43461941

>>43461914
We use cases in many places where you use prepositions. So it's like imagine I told you you have to use a/the/an/etc. instead of some prepositions, but some prepositions are left untouched, and some are changed to other prepositions. It's very confusing when a familliar thing is used in a different way, but also the old way too.

madebyvadim Avatar
madebyvadim:#43461983

>>43461922
>makes it so difficult
It's don't. That's the result of bad english grammar + structure of russian language. We think on russian language, then translate it into english, the result is runglish.

vladarbatov Avatar
vladarbatov:#43462017

What do natives feel about too many "of" prepositions? Like in "contract of 2018 of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation"?

davidsasda Avatar
davidsasda:#43462041

>>43461852
>>43461817
Untrue. Finnish is of having many inflections and we have no difficulty using correct prepositions in English. Commas and the choice between using or omitting the definite/indefinite article in English do cause us problems though.

yassiryahya Avatar
yassiryahya:#43462123

>>43462017
Can you make the sentence longer so I can get a sense of context?

joshjoshmatson Avatar
joshjoshmatson:#43462127

>>43462041
Finnish "inflections" are more similar to English prepositions than IE inflections.

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