"This is Tom."
I typed Eto tom and got it wrong. I've done the french course earlier, and to input special characters we had options. Is this also because i have cyrillic alphabet turned on?
If youtr on mobile go to the settings on he keyboard. (Or hold down the emoji button from the samsung keyboard itself. A menu should pop up. Press the cog) then add languages. This makes it so yiu can easily swith between them by holding and flicking he space bar to the left of right.
I have the settings on my phone to switch back and forth from English to Russian letters. This might help some of you.
and IF you have google. nevermind, now i realize the stupidness in that response... BUT i'll post it ANYWAYS!
It is э not e, so that may be it. Go to settings -> languages -> keyboard and find the languages there. Then check the box next to "Russian."
Make sure you switch to a Russian keyboard before doing this. I find it a lot easier to do from my phone or with keyboard viewer on a computer.
LOL they couldn't think of any other names i guess? or maybe they find those 2 specifically more attractive than the rest?
There are two different versions of Tom available... One is том and the other is Том. Notice the difference between the lower case and capital T's, respectively.
I have a file with complete instructions on how to set up the Windows 10 Russian Mnemonic, along with a guide to typing Russian letters, including two-key combinations in order to get letters like Ё, Ю, Ч, plus switching between two Languages (English & Russian). I can't figure out how to post the file, though.
I accidentally typed 'з' instead of 'э' and it allowed it but called it a type. I'm BEGINNER at this, can someone explain the difference between the 2 letters please?
BRO-BRO, happened to me too...LOL although i'm pretty sure one of them isn't a letter..sounds like something i would say!
If someone is still wondering this after a year of waiting, Э and З are both letters in Russian alphabet. Э is a vowel and sounds like a in 'apple', З is a consonant and is pronounced like a regular English z and kind of looks very similar to the number 3 in handwriting.
I am happy I found Russian as a language on here. I think its a cool language!
Тhe mnemonic Russian keyboard in Windows has з mapped to Z, but I don't see how to type э other than copy/pasting it in. Any advice on how to type this?
The different versions of letters are not provided for us to choose from, like is available in German/French/Portuguese, so if I want to write 'i' the Russian way. I cannot.
I'm stepping through the door
And I'm floating in a most peculiar way
And the stars look very different today
NO! go to your room! you're grounded for continuously asking me inappropriate questions!
I have the same problem.... It keeps say that is wrong D: ..... Sigh I am new to this website....