Someone mentioned in another thread that hyphens are not used with personal pronouns.
The audio on this is horrible. The regular speed version is ridiculously fast. On both the regular and slow version I get a weird clicking and a hiss over the last syllable.
Since читатель is 'reader', does учитель (literally) mean something like 'the one who reads for/in front of you/the class/etc' ? Also: does someone know if чит- and english teach are from the same/a similar (etymological) origin?
[ ‧ учить ‧ teach ] not cognate
‧ учитель ‧ учи́ть (učítʹ, “to teach”) + -тель (-telʹ, “er”) ‧ en.wiktionary.org/wiki/учитель ‧
‧ учить ‧ From Old East Slavic учити (učiti), from Proto-Slavic *učiti. ‧ en.wiktionary.org/wiki/учить
‧ učiti ‧ From Proto-Balto-Slavic auˀk-, from Proto-Indo-European h₁owk-eye-. ‧ en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Reconstruction:Proto-Slavic/učiti ‧
‧ teach ‧ From Middle English techen, from Old English tǣċan (“to show, declare, demonstrate; teach, instruct, train; assign, prescribe, direct; warn; persuade”), from Proto-Germanic taikijaną (“to show”), from Proto-Indo-European deyḱ- (“to show”). ‧ Cognate with Scots tech, teich (“to teach”), German zeigen (“to show, point out”), zeihen (“accuse, blame”), ‧ Gothic _ (gateihan, “to announce, declare, tell”), Latin dīcō (“speak, say, tell”), Ancient Greek δείκνυμι (deíknumi, “show, point out, explain, teach”). More at token. ‧ en.wiktionary.org/wiki/teach ‧
I bearly was able to understand this word "учитель"duo make this senstes little bit louder