"Извини, мама."

Translation:Sorry, mom.

November 23, 2015



What is the difference between извини and извините?

November 26, 2015


The added "-те" just makes it sound formal, or makes it plural.

December 3, 2015


That's simple. If you can say "ты" use "извини". If you can say "вы" (either as plural form or as a single polite one) use "извините". Same for "прости/простите" and other imperatives: беги/бегите, иди/идите, смотри/смотрите, давай/давайте...

December 31, 2016


What about "Excuse me, mom."?

November 23, 2015


Works too. Added it.

November 24, 2015


The "в" sounds completely silent. I suppose the audio here is wrong?

March 23, 2016


That sounds ok for a native speaker. It's just very soft because of "и".

April 11, 2016


at first i thought this too , but listening with attention i could heard its sound

October 17, 2016


I would've thought "pardon" would work, too. :(

June 10, 2018


What are the differences between izvinite, izvini, and prosti? They all seem to mean sorry, but there must be different uses for them or something.

December 5, 2016


Извините mean Excuse me , like you are walking by someone . Извини is excuse me too , but like trying to get ones attention or pardon , прости means sorry, like you did something wrong

December 6, 2016


Shouldn't the right translation be only excuse me? Can someone give me examples of sentences in which it means sorry, and not excuse me. And when to use прости? When you ask the way on the street to someone, you can not say sorry. Only excuse me, or eventually, pardon me.

January 24, 2018


"Извини" is like a weaker version of "прости". It can be used as "sorry" but only for minor things, like stepping on someone's leg, breaking something not too important, or accidently walking in on someone at an awkward moment... But it's not advisable to use "извини" if you've truly wronged someone, because the other person might think you are not taking the apology seriously and they'd probably end up being even more offended.

January 24, 2018


I believe this answer, without and context).is also acceptable

September 16, 2017


Sounds to me like "izin mana"

April 1, 2016
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