"she and he"
Translation:она и он
Maybe. From my experience "Me too!" is used to mean "I do too!" or "I going too!". For example the first person says: "I'm going to the mall." or "I like Star Wars." Then the second person says "Me too!" meaning "I'm going to the mall too!" In German they say "Ich auch" in Italian "Anch'io" and Spanish "Yo también". All subject pronouns. It seems to me that most of the time the me in "Me too!" is the subject. Though original sentence could be. "They threw me off the bus" then "Me too!" would be an object. But hey, if you use "I too!", that's great! Not telling anybody how to live their life!!
If you are using Windows, Russian keyboard mapping of your current keyboard is available as an option. Once activated it is simple to switch back and forth between the different maps.
Once you have it, you will have to learn to touch type in the Cyrillic alphabet since the physical keys of your keyboard will still have your current letters displayed. You won't be able to look at the keys to see which letter to type.
There are a number of free Russian typing tutor programs available on the internet. It takes a couple of week to learn to touch type in Cyrillic.
I googled Cyrillic silicone keyboard mask and got lots of hits. It lies over my computer keyboard and is shaped so it stays in place. It has the Latin (English) letter in the upper left of each key cover and the Cyrillic in the lower right. I have a standard Cyrillic keyboard installed on my computer so I can click on a flag icon next to the sound icon to get either American flag or Russian flag, according to which language I want to type. The Russian punctuation - comma, period, etc. - are all in the numbers row and are done by using shift plus a number. Unfortunately the Russian punctuation marks are not shown on the mask; one just has to learn comma is shift 6, period is shift 7, and so on. (question mark is same key as English keyboard). I practice touch typing on the Cyrillic keyboard at http://www.keybr.com/practice, which offers several alphabets. I expect there are other sites.