I thought this said "Я она" like hello, yes it is her speaking. oops
Therse words have a different stress, and "Anna" also has a double "н".
I have been told that use of привет is reserved for friends. Meeting someone for the first time means to use драствыте (pardon the misspelling)
I'm confused by the gender of the voice. Can AHHa be a Russian male name? Sorry, not trying to be sarcastic, just want to make sure I'm not missing something. The voice is male.
As far as I know, Anna is a feminine name in Russian just as in English. I think they just alternate between voices to give you an idea of what a typical female speaker and male speaker would sound like.
Russians wouldn't really say i am. They would say im called, меня зовут
How do we pronounce the "Hello"? Also, I read that in Russian culture short ended answers are frowned upon. So instead of saying "I'm good, you?", you would rather give a short explanation of what you did or what had recently occurred. Is this true?
Phonetically, I hear eeyan. There is a clear long eee before я and I'm certain it does not belong.
I thought Russia was hard but it is not really I am learning to understand what my friends are saying
Question, is the Я only silent when a name starts with an A or everytime?
It is not in latin alphabet. Use Russian keyboard, or switch to Russian keyboard in Windows right bottom corner of the screen an use a ton of stickers on your actual keyboard.