whats the difference between; moya, moi and moë? Moya is singular while moi is pluralis?
Мой goes with masculine nouns and adjectives.
Моя goes with feminine nouns and adjectives.
моё is neuter and мои is plural.
Here is the link that I got this info from:
You're welcome! Gern geschehen! De nada! I would say it in Russian too but I've forgotten how.
This is a technical question: how do I get the dots on top of e when I use the Cyrillic keyboard?
Note - now that Duo for Russian is available on the iPhone - this character is reached by holding the "е" until the "ё" appears
It does. But Russians also use it for "You're welcome." It actually has two meanings.
It's like in Greek actually, you say "please" (parakalo) for "you are welcome"
it doesn't really show "моё" as an option, which creates confusing results for stupid me
You should have a Russian keyboard…
My keyboard doesn't have the right letter for e. Does anyone know how to fix this?
If you mean ё, it's just below the Escape key, on the Russian keyboard. Also, if you aren't using a laptop, and you want an umlaut, Alt 0-2-3-5 should do the trick. It isn't actually the Russian letter, but it will usually be dismissed as a typo.