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/int/ 43465229: Ebin facts about grammar: Russian uses so little of ...

dwardt Avatar
dwardt:#43465229

Ebin facts about grammar:

Russian uses so little of the verb 'to be' that 'what is' is literally 'what such'.

eg:
What such love
Baby don't make to me hurtful
Baby don't make to me hurtful ... more

alv Avatar
alv:#43465235

Russian confirmed for lazy peasant lingo

fffabs Avatar
fffabs:#43465266

>>43465235
How do poles hear Russian?
What's the Polish 5-gender mene?

danro Avatar
danro:#43465284

>>43465235
Also, why yuo use instrumental after to be?

millinet Avatar
millinet:#43465291

English has 32 prepositions, how many on the Russian?

cboller1 Avatar
cboller1:#43465310

Inflected languages are so terse and mysterious.

jodytaggart Avatar
jodytaggart:#43465313

>>43465266
Like Russian, very heavy eastern
Idk what you mean tbh

a_harris88 Avatar
a_harris88:#43465319

>>43465313
Though polish sounds like german trying speak russian through massive interferences.

cboller1 Avatar
cboller1:#43465339

>>43465319
>through massive interferences
Pszszczszzzszzcztszzzsz

thehacker Avatar
thehacker:#43465342

>>43465319
Polish sounds like sombody trying to imitate a dialup modem with beat boxing techniues. But it can be cute at times.

sementiy Avatar
sementiy:#43465354

>>43465339
>>43465342
I know how it sounds, half of my grandparents were poles. Though my father speaking russian like shellshocked hohol.

vigobronx Avatar
vigobronx:#43465366

>>43465291
A hundred as some linguist faggots believe.
A half of them is slangish tho.

But you should keep in mind there are dozens of suffixes and predixes making up countless words, sometimes of completely different meaning toward the base one.

nerrsoft Avatar
nerrsoft:#43465377

>>43465291
I can't find that, I guess it's secret. I've seen non-exact numbers from 30 to 70, but they might be STRONK-tier.

>>43465313
Yes, I heared East Polish sounds more like Russian. I guess they don't pronounce the a, and e, letters.

chanpory Avatar
chanpory:#43465384

>>43465319
Probably geography and enviroment having more influence on people than we believe.

ultragex Avatar
ultragex:#43465401

>>43465366
>>43465377
What's more fun about Russian prepositions is that sometimes they can steal the stress from the subjugated word. Eg "Stay for the nigh" - "ostAt'sya nA noch". So, the word "noch" doesn't have a stress at all.

iamkeithmason Avatar
iamkeithmason:#43465422

>>43465377
>Yes, I heared East Polish sounds more like Russian. I guess they don't pronounce the a, and e, letters
Its more of a mene. It's kind of like simpleton villagers speak.

herkulano Avatar
herkulano:#43465424

>>43465384
What if it's the Sorbs that influenced the German lang. All the other Slavoslav languages are famous for their czchsztcz, while the Germanic ones on the contrary, have a lot of weird wowel sounds.
apu explorer

romanbulah Avatar
romanbulah:#43465430

such cases

hota_v Avatar
hota_v:#43465433

>>43465424
I meant that the similar climate and geographical features of Poland and parts of Germany result in influence on how people act in the end also resulting in how people speak. Everything has influence on each other.

melvindidit Avatar
melvindidit:#43465435

>>43465430
tackiye deala

georgedyjr Avatar
georgedyjr:#43465526

>>43465422
Examples?

karsh Avatar
karsh:#43465587

>>43465526
https://youtu.be/J-KTyHe6Rf0

kylefrost Avatar
kylefrost:#43465780

>>43465587
Thank's

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