урааааааа priyatno poznokomitsa :P mnye nravitsa ruskaia kultura , ❤❤❤❤❤ liudi i ❤❤❤❤❤ yazik
Sorry, I wanted to say in Russian: " Norris is like: "Believe me, I am Russian"" :D
Ah right. Nice. Plates is in genitive plural for "any". Is the "not" idiomatic? Can't you leave out the не?
No, you can not. Generally, не is very often used for extra politness. It is much more polite to ask 'Вы не знаете, где магазин?' than 'Вы знаете, где магазин?' The latter would actually sound a bit rude and agressive. As for Genitive, it can be used to express the meaning of 'some' or 'any', yep
Is the plural accusative of тарелка the same word as plural nominative?