"Унасвуниверситетесильныйфизическийфакультет."

Translation:Our university has a strong Physics Department.

3 years ago

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Could you accept this? "We have a strong physics department in our university."

1 year ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MishoRostomiani

For my understanding, translated from Russian it will be more like "We have a strong physical faculty in our university". Never heard it used that way. Maybe more correct version would be " у нас в университете сильный факультет физики". just my opinion, correct me if I'm wrong

3 years ago

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Yours truly has graduated from «физический факультет», not from a «факультет физики».

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/MishoRostomiani

I'm just concerned that the meanings of "Physics" and "physical" are the same here, meanwhile in Russian I've never met these words using the same definition, especially when it's about faculties, classes, etc

3 years ago

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Couldn't this be also translated as "in the university we have a strong physics department"?

4 months ago
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