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Word of the day: передава́ть
[ pee-ree-da-vát' ]
to pass, to hand over, to deliver; to tell, to communicate, to transmit, to convey
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1. Translate this to Russian using the word of the day:
• Misha sent his regards (lit.: passed hello to you).
• It was reported on TV that a powerful thunderstorm was expected.
2. Remember what it means?
3. How do you say it in Russian?
• on the alert, on one's guard, on the look-out
4. Translate this to English:
• Я так устала, еле на ногах стою.
5. Practice 10 random words with flashcards:
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