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Word of the day: смех
[ smyeh ]
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1. Translate this to Russian using the word of the day:
• The girl turned out to have a great sense of humor, and our conversation was often interrupted by laughter.
• A good hearty laugh reduces stress, elevates your mood, and balances your nervous system.
2. Remember what it means?
3. How do you say it in Russian?
4. Translate this to English:
• Вопросы есть? – Нет.
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Learn Russian Words says:
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At the moment, there is no such option. It is not easy to implement but possible, just takes time and quite a bit of additional development.
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Tamie Everton Fogle says:
I haven’t learned cyrillic yet. Do the words all come with latin letter translations in the pronunciation?
Learn Russian Words says:
Thanks for your question.
The newsletter is coming exactly as you see it above. Click on the button “LISTEN TO THE AUDIO” will get you to the current word of the day that looks like this: https://learnrussianwords.com/word/mind-blowing-in-russian/
As you can see, there is everything there: audio, transcription in latin letters, translation, even morphemic analysis and etymology when possible.
Clicking on any word in examples, you will see the grammatical information about this word and links to additional pages when available.
As for the Cyrillic alphabet, we recommend you this website to master it: https://russianalphabeteasy.com/ 🙂