Especially on their beds
And trampolines. They are so much fun to jump on.
You mean trampolines
Yes, Sorry about the miss spelling.
Wait what? Am I the only one who doesn't see a misspelling?
Because he has corrected it.
Especially on their parents bed... lol.
You're gonna break the springs!
we used to have one but half of the springs broke :(.
Can i get a little more clear on the pronunciation of прыгать?
The recording sounds like "pru-git", but my elementary understanding of Russian phonetics tells me it should be more like "pri-got"
I like to use forvo if I can't hear (or don't trust) DuoBot's pronunciation.
cmon DuoBot! Get your ❤❤❤❤ together!
I often say "ih" for ы as a cheat, but it's pronounced more like "oui" (as in yes in French)
So do spiders. :D
Boy you better сейчас down
i'd like to thank duolingo for giving me two seconds to say this in the microphone and marking it wrong before i had a chance to even say one word.
What's the difference between любить and нравиться?
Любить = love, нравиться = like. (Just in case somebody else has the same doubt.)
I swear, I stopped counting how many times Duolingo gave me the "___ like(s) jumping" sentence in this lesson.
And yet we still don't know the Russian words for "kangaroo" or "wallaby".
You wouldn't believe :)
I tried several translators and they're all region-blocked. What secrets are you keeping?!
Aside from disappointing translit :(
Кенгуру́ and валла́би.
(You can often use Wikipedia as a translator - Interwiki "Languages" links on the left)
What if I wanted to say "The kids like jumping on their beds"?
You would say: "Дети любят прыгать на кровати"
Or if you want to emphasize 'their', then: Дети любят прыгать на своих кроватях
What's the difference between вскакивать and прыгать?
Вскакивать means to suddenly jump (or, metaphorically speaking, become active and agitated) from a resting position, presumably sitting or lying.
First. you. go. down. then you go back up again!
Children love / loves to jump should be added as accepted answer.