"Anna eats sushi, and so does Dima."

Translation:Анна ест суши, и Дима тоже.

November 3, 2015



Why not "Анна ест суши, и тоже дима."

November 3, 2015

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that sounds hilarious in russian

just think of the sentence as "... and Dima too" - that is exact translation

November 3, 2015


why is it hilarious? what does it mean with that order?

November 3, 2015

  • 1409

sounds bit gibberish, but it could mean that girl named Anna eats sushi and (she) is also a man named Dima

November 3, 2015


hahaha I'd watch that movie

November 3, 2015


Im laughing like an idiot, thanks for the explanation. Спасибо.

September 5, 2018


Спасибо! I had the same question as kpagcha. I don't think I'll forget the explanation now!

November 5, 2015


I interpreted it as her eating Dima...

June 24, 2019


Is Dima a men's name?

July 17, 2019


Yes, it is

July 18, 2019


Are there any rules about word order? It is said that it is quite liberal but I keep stumbling on random situations where it actually matters :(

January 21, 2019


have no idea why "kak" is in the correct answer. Any explanations?

November 11, 2015


You probably got something like this:

  • Анна ест суши, как и Дима.

Which is one of the idiomatic ways to express "Anna eats sushi, as Dima does". In spoken speech a simplier "и Дима тоже" (and Dima, too) is more common, I think. However, if you want a longer sentence or a different word order, "как и ..."-structure is more flexible:

  • Анна, как и Дима, ест суши, и она знает, о чём говорит. = Anna, same as Dima, eats sushi, so she knows what whe is talking about.
November 15, 2015


Honestly this is a lot more appropriate for the sentence, “Anna eats Sushi, and so does Dima.” «Тоже» threw me off.

June 10, 2019


Aha! Some new words+some already studied words = new sentence to puzzle with= great fun ! Thank you Igor !

January 18, 2016


Why is it incorrect to write "...и Дима также"?

July 29, 2018


Come to think of it, that is possible. I added it.

July 29, 2018


I tried "Анна и Дима ест суши" as in "Anna and Dima eat sushi". Is this wrong because the "ест" doesn't quite mean "eat", it means "eats"?

June 12, 2018


The main reason it would be wrong is because the program wants a literal translation of the English text. But it's also grammatically incorrect because ест is singular. Since two people are eating, you would write Анна и Дима едят since едят is the third person plural conjugation. You'll learn about the other ways to conjugate есть in a later lesson.

June 13, 2018


Should be "Анна ест суши так и Дима" Как - does not make sense

November 3, 2018


I was marked wrong for saying, "Анна ест суши, а тоже Дима." Is it because an adverb can't come before a subject or because this conjunction just doesn't work here? Or both?

May 23, 2018


From my understanding, the word а means "and", but really only if you're trying to show contrast. So since they are eating the same thing, you should use и instead. If Anna was eating sushi and Dima was eating rice, then you could write Анна ест суши, а Дима ест рис, because you're showing contrast between what they're eating. Hope that helps.

June 13, 2018


I had it right the first time !!

September 24, 2018


This is stupid. Why not change it to “Anna eats sushi, and Dima too”? I was expecting something more complicated than «тоже».

June 10, 2019


Why is тоже last in the sentence, In basic 1 we learned that adverbs was not grouped together in the end?

June 21, 2019


Can you say it, like this: "И Анна и Дима едят суши?" I think its easier this way.

July 18, 2019


i think it's grammatically correct and it has the same meaning, but you are changing the structure too much.

August 4, 2019


The suggestions are starting to diverge significantly from the accepted answers. If you had constructed this sentence from the top suggestions, you get «Анна ест суши, поэтому — Дима». Apparently because «поэтому» means "and so" in the sense of "thus". Which is not how it is being used here, so why is it even in the suggestions, much less the top suggestion?

July 19, 2019


That's actually not correct in Russian.

July 5, 2018


SUSHI!!!! ...... SUSHI!!!!! ...... СНШИ!!!!

January 18, 2016


that spells Snshi

April 19, 2018



April 28, 2018
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