Just now I realised how "где" is similar to portuguese "cadê". Quite interesting.
It sounds to us(brazilians) like "Gdie"(com "g" como em Guilherme e o "d" na pronúncia nordestina de "dia"). It's a great thing to study the alphabet on Youtube, it would help you " pra caralho". :p
Sounds a bit odd, but I think the stress is still on the end. That's indeed where it should be.
So, "наш" for masculine nouns, "наше" for neuter nouns, "наша" for feminin nouns and "наши" for plural?
Такси,шасси,метро,окно,оно,пальто,очко are all of neuter gender,so наше is used. If you ask Where is my taxi ,it'd be Где моё такси?
Hi! Щ cannot be harder than ш, since ш is an always hard consonant and щ is an always soft one.
And even so ш and ч don't sound just like Englis sh and ch.
Sorry but take care of your statement.
Call me on whatsapp, because it is rather hard to explain it by here. If you want. (5591999065753)
what is the difference between Наше and НАШ don't they mean the same thing?
Употребляется с существительными среднего рода:
Наше дело, наше небо, наше право.
С существительными женского рода:
Наша машина, наша земля, наша правда.
С существительными мужского рода:
Наш дом, наш город, наш народ.
As a Spanish speaker with Portuguese knowledge this is easy to remember, sounds almost like Portuguese
So what's the difference between the characters "ш" and "щ"? I often find myself getting confused with which character is used in what word.
Ш sounds like the first sound in the word Shoes / Shiver / Shift Щ is softer like you wanna say Cheese / Chicken / Choose and you are trying to pronounce the first sound longer and softer, sing it as a vowel
Where is the taxi? I've been standing here for like, 30 minutes. I want to get to my hotel, please help.
The Gboard input method is also nice, you can add other languages as swift.
I would love to see the option of pressing the word individual and hear the pronunciation. Its hard to pronounce the sentence if the voice talks fast.
I think Наш is used for masculine nouns and Наше is used for neuter nouns
I think like an aussie saying "g'day" but faster and with a russian accent
Because your keyboard instantly translates Russian to English. If you type "taksi" its like you are writing такси all over again...maybe you should try typing in the correct english word taxi