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"Да, иногда я туда хожу."

Translation:Yes, I sometimes go there.

November 11, 2015



To remember what иногда means, imagine a girl named Dot (or the character from Animaniacs if you are old enough to remember it) who SOMETIMES wears Ugg boots: IN UGG DOt = иногда


My way to remember иногда: Когда = When In a "gda" = In a time, or sometimes


Когда = "clock, duh" (or "clock, да" if you prefer) = when.

Никогда = не когда = "no-when" = never.

And by process of elimination иногда = sometimes.

That's how i remember them.


I like how you think. Thank you verry helpfull


Or 'young enough' to remember


Is туда required to be before the verb?


Why is "Yes, I sometimes walk there." incorrect? Is it because there is a destination implied in the sentence?

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    It’s correct. This course is still in beta, so it sometimes doesn’t accept correct variants because the authors didn’t think about them. Next time you get this question, please report this error to the course creators by clicking on 'My answer should be accepted'.


    "I sometimes walk there" means "Я иногда хожу (прогуливаюсь / гуляю) ТАМ" - (где?) - IN the park. Я хожу ТУДА - (куда?) - TO the park.


    Куда? Туда, сюда.. где? Там, здесь, тут.. that is what I learned so far.


    "yes, i am going there sometimes" - is it incorrect answer or it correct and I can add it to system by option "My answer should be accepted' ?


    "I am going there sometimes" doesn't really work because of the "sometimes", it changes the sentence. In this case, you wouldn't use the present tense "going", you'd just say "I go there sometimes" (or "I sometimes go there" or "sometimes I go there"). Does that make sense?


    Whats the difference between тут, там and туда?


    Тут = здесь = here. Тут considered a bit less formal.

    "Я сижу тут" - I'm sitting here. "Здесь я выросла" - "I grew up here".

    Там = there. Туда is also there, but in a different context, and they require different questions.

    Где? Там. Куда? Туда.

    " - Где сейчас Олег? - Там." - "Where is Oleg right now? There."

    " - Куда он ушел? - Туда." - "Where did he go? There."


    What about "sometimes", where it should be? "Yes, I sometimes walk there." and "Yes, I walk there sometimes " - have any difference or they are absolutely equivalence ?


    That doesn't matter. Both are used. The later one sounds more natural to me however.


    "Yes, sometimes I walk there" also works fine!


    So what is the difference between туда and куда?

    [deactivated user]
      • туда = there, to that place,
      • куда? = where?, to what place?

      Aside from being an interrogative pronoun, куда can also be used to connect clauses in a complex sentence:

      • Она знает, куда я хожу. She knows where I go.


      Since a location is specified, shouldn't one be using the concrete иду?


      We should have learned inogda in conjunctions


      No, it's not a conjunction. It's an adverb. It simply means "sometimes".


      Is there a way to make such an emphasis in Russian: "Yes, I sometimes do go there"?

      [deactivated user]

        Is it "walking there" or "walking to there" because if it is not "walking to there" this changes everything. "Walking there" and " Going there" have very different meanings.


        "Yes, sometimes I am going there" should work, but is not accepted


        The tips for this lesson says to place the -o/-e ending adverbs before the verb. I understand that well. So how about this sentence where there are two adverbs and neither one ends with -o/-e; is there a rule for placement?

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