A famous movie line...
And a old video game too! (Sanitarium 1998)
Without the question mark is it "Where I am"?
Also in john carter said " where am i?"
Is it just me or is this difficult to hear?
How is this pronounced?
technically, when broken down, its supposed to be 'g-d-ye ya'
but in Russia the soft vowels 'ya (я), ye (е)' -if preceded by a consonant- drops the 'y'. SO
' g-d-e ya '
Why not "Where I am?"
"Where am I?" is the correct form of asking the question rather than "Where I am?"
So... Romanization for Где would be something like Gde??
this is a good sentence to know once I got lost in Sasebo, Japan. I speak English
Funny intonation on the record. Где <<Я>>? Like the main question is not "where", but more importantly "am I"
"So, mom, Tim and Tom are all together, and Tom is a medic, so they should be OK. Now, where am I? Is this the subway? Maybe I can still find my backpack."
And fix the motor of the taxi to go to your home
Just try not to mistake it for your dad's motor!
yes, the word GDE should be stressed, not YA
...I ask myself that question every day
why is я pronounced "ye" and not "ya"?
I hear the я pronounced that way, too, AshontiCoh. Guess nobody knows why it sounds like "ye" as no one has answered your question.
I can confirm, living with Russian-speaking relatives. It seems to vary slightly, but my
actual Russian-born relatives also pronounce it as "ya" or the German "Ja." Personally, I have never heard it said as "ye."
I live in a household of russian speakers as well and have never heard "ye" only "ya"
I ask myself that everyday..
The recordings are worthless to try to ubderstand how to say anything.
Sounds like Polish
Yes ! My parents understand some words in russian because they speak polish !
U should use google maps i think!
Where am I
Where am I
This exercise should have a slow pronunciation option like the translation exercise does.
Needs better pronunciation sound of the first word. Uts too fast.
very normal, definitely not concerned i need to know this.
When you wake up after a long vodka night
Why not Where I am
Because that wouldn't be proper English. In English word order changes with a question. In Russian that doesn't happen.
Not all who wander are lost, but I sure am.
Isn't it more like "Gdye ya?" rather than "Gde ya?"? (i already know the cyrillic alphabet, this romanization of it just doesn't seem right, correct me if i'm wrong.)
i cant understand this sentence where am i ❤❤❤
I wrote where amni by accident, it said it's right, sorry but it should say that I accidentally added a letter
But i correctly said it either..
How it pronounced?? Sounds like Я is pronounced before Где not after it.
Said your family member when you forgot the lesson
Could "Where em I?"work? It marked me wrong for using "Em" rather than "am"
After you had much to drink last night....
"Где я?" = "Где я нахожусь?"
where am I isn't anser
Where is Reznov
So how do you say "Where I am?" That's a question, too
Who am i? Whats the meaning of the whole world?
Who didn't ask this question after a couple of vodka shots?