If I want to say 'look, There is a/the park" would I be able to use Bot? I learnt that 'bot' literally means 'behold'.
I lost my keyboard for languages. The Russian, Norwegian and Ukrainian Is written all over my computer descriptions, control panels, documents, which I do not want it. I want all descriptions only in English. The keyboard is only for learning particular language you take and not to write their language any where else in the computer. My technician is coming to pick up my computer Jan. 28/019 to fix it, and he is going to make a new one too. Until then I can learn only Norwegian, Italian and French. Russian and Ukrainian I'll practice a week from now hopefully.
Russian uses a version of the Cyrillic Alphabet. Many letters look similar to their Latin counterparts, but they are not the same! You have to use the Russian Cyrillic keyboard or at least the correct transliteration. A "napk" is not парк or park, it's just напк :) and this has no sense.
Russian: the Alphabet and the Keyboard https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/11449014
The п is not an n. П is cyrillic, n is latinic. P in latin is P, Р is cyrillic is pronounced as R in english. e.g. C and C or H and H. Look up the word PECTOPAH, or CAPAJEBO. Pronounced completely different if you are reading them in cyrillic or latinic. You need to install a cyrillic keyboard -- russian, bulgarian, serbian, maybe mongolian, those should all work.
I bought a program called "Typeit" that converts your keyboard to many different languages. The price is around 12 USD. I have found it very useful. You convert between languages with right-alt and enter. It has keyboards for Danish, Finnish, Esperanto, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish. Since there was no keyboard for Irish, I use the Spanish one, as the accent marks are the same.