"You are here."
There is a mistake in the options because I chose one of the correct ones and it didn't consider it right although it was listed as a possible correct answer.
It's not a bug.
They are asking for all correct answers and there are two of them so you have to choose both.
I was confused as well :)
Et l alphabet russe il est en vacances on fait comment sans leytres russes
That happens to me too. You leave it, and come back later. That goes for anyone who will see this in the future, as well as us.
I thought it was informal vs formal. As in one would use ты when speaking to a friend, but вы when speaking with the Pope.
Actually, ты means you (singular), as in one person. It is informal and is used when speaking to a friend or family member. вы means you (plural). It is used in both formal and informal situations when speaking to more than one person. When you see Вы, that is a formal way to address one person. Like a stranger, a teacher, and so on.
Thank you! This makes sense. It is a bit like German and French in the familiar single you and plural you.
it's identical to french, but different than german. In german, there is a difference between you formal and you plural informal
you could speak to 2 of your 3 friends so "ALL of you" is not exactly correct :)
My personal feeling is that тут is more colloquial, but I can't find anything that would confirm this. Other than that, no difference.
Вот can be used as an introductory word: Вот яблоко. - (Look!) Here is an apple. Здесь is just an adverb, answering the question "where?" Яблоко здесь - The apple is here. In informal speech, you can also say Яблоко вот здесь. - The apple is (right) here.
Also, if anyone else learned Esperanto, it seems to me like "BOT" is like "jen" in esperanto
What is the difference between там and здесь again ? I'm so confused with all these (там, это, этот, вот, здесь...)
Там = there, Здесь = here, Вот = here is (when showing something/pointing at something);
Этот = this, masculine (when talking about someone or something in particular), for example "this man", этот мужчина, Это = "it is", for example, "it is a man" would be "это мужчина". In this sense it can be used for all genders. It can also mean "this" when talking about a specific thing, but neuter. See: "this cafe", это кафе.
So, is Bbl formal and Tbl informal? (sorry Im not using the right alphabet)
Exactly. Вы is also the plural for ты, you'll understand which one it is from the context.
Bug - can't proceed further than this question. Nothing i enter is accepted. Would be beneficial if the keypad wasn't in english alphabet. Can that be delivered?
Help! when i have to type "you" and its ть and this other letter which looks like an i but its not on the keyboard.. i have the Български keyboard.. do i need another keyboard or ...
Need Русский keyboard. Ы is single letter, ь and ъ are soft and hard signs
Go to settings, keyboard settings, languages, and select the russian keyboard option. You should then have a button next to your space bar that can switch between the languages.
It's never clear whether it wants me to use Russian characters or the English 'sounds'. I don't care for being able to read I just want to be able to speak semi fluently to impress the girlfriends parents, c'mon.. Nyet man
I don't necessarily understand the difference in usage between вы and ты as "You"
First I put an incorrect answer, then repeated it and put it well, because I said in the bottom, but said it was wrong,
I thought I chose the correct answer but all three are reporting incorrect.
Вы is a more formal and polite word, ты - more informal. But вы is also a plural form.
Why is it incorrect to choose ты здесь rather than вы здесь ? I mean you can translatre you are here in both ways, especially considering English doesn't present the different between singular you (ты) or plural you (вы)- can someone tell me why it was incorrect please :( thank you!
It´s really useless, when You have to write it in Russian without russian keyboard. Isn´t it possible to offer it in the test?
It said "VODKA BLYAT, RUSH B" was not the right answer. Please fix your program.
In the Russian keyboard, doesn't have the last letter for you. Atleast not that I can find.
I cannot type the up-and down line after the ь in ть(l) meaning you. It is not on my keyboard!!
Je n ai pas l alphabet russe dur mon portable je peux pas faire l exercice
Le pb vient de duolinguo ça ne sert à rien si on n a pas accès à l alphabet russe j attends rep sinon a quoi bon leave a comment!!!
You should seperate the writing of the new languages in a seperate catagory as it causes issues for those without a keyboard to write it.
How do I switch languages I enabled it in my settings but I'm still confused
I don't get it. It's telling me every answer is wrong, even though I picked the right answer.
Impossible de trouver lettrés russes je ne peux pas avancer dans le cours aidez moi
La méthode ne permet pas d avancer pas d alphabet russe j abandonne cette methode elle n edt pas au point dommage
In English is not different expression for 2. person singular and 2. person plural. F&@k! How should I know what do you mean "TY" = 2. person singular or "VY" = 2. person plural???
kthere is still the same problem. Gave the right answer and system does not want to continue.