What is the difference between моя and мой?
I would like to know this as well. Is one feminine and the other masculine? That would be my guess.
мой is masc. моя is fem. моё is neuter. and мои is plural.
Thanks. Helpful + clear explanation.
Thanks! Very helpful. =) Hopefully this will get covered in the basics section so I can practice it. I've still only done Alphabet 1 so far. lol.
very helpful and now even confusing..
No i ain't. Get outta here.
how do you know if it is "you are" or "are you" in that context, it is not clear...
It doesnt end with a question mark
I did the same thing. Got it wrong twice by translating it as a question. Didn't think to look for a question mark.
Are you my mummy?
No. I am your father
Is there an equivalent punctuation to a question mark to avoid confusion between 'you are' and 'are you?'
Russians use the same question mark just like in English. However the word order will be the same. The difference between 'you are' and are you?' in spoken Russian can only be told by intonation.
why do you need to say "my mom" and then "mama" again?
мама = mom
I don't see any repetition.
moya = my (f.);
mama = mom
Where is my mom...
mother is seen as a wrong translation for мама why?
So it is written моя (moya) but spoken maya correct?