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Manuel from Fawlty Towers
He not Russian. He from Barcelona.
you know nothing aegon targaryen
Ты ничего не снаешь, джона сноу. Or, if in early episodes (eventhough she will probably not be formal with a bloody southerner, but still): вы ничего не снаете, джона сноу.
That pretty much sums up my knowledge of the Russian language!
I know! Just add "in Russian" and you're good to go!
Я ничего не знаю в России??
I think it is Я нечего не знаю по-русски
To the English speaker this is word for word "I nothing not know." Wierd.
This is like a response if you're being interrogated.
A lot easier to just respond to the quetion asked with "Я не знаю"
Yea they like double negatives
"I don't know nothing" made sence in my spanish head, this course sometimes has a double challenge to me.
I don't know nothing is either a foreigner's way of saying "I don't know anything" or a way of replying indignantly to "you know nothing".
yeah I speak Portuguese and it's the same to me, it makes a lot os sense lol
Self-Esteem = Not Here
Im not lonely (kricket noises
"I know nothing."
"You are correct!"
Loving the affirmation
Can you change the order of the sentence and preserve the meaning?
Я не знаю ничего
«я знаю, что ничего не знаю»
I know nothing or I don't know anything? What's the real translation?
Both are grammatically correct, but a native today would tend more to say 'I don't know anything' rather than 'I know nothing' (and yes, I realise I'm 3 years too late).
Both are correct, I think
Are there other acceptable word orders?
When people enter college
Very useful when you are taken by KGB
Is it just me or is there a double negation here? "I don't know nothing" makes it sound like the person is saying "I know everything".
Many languages allow double negatives to express a negation, like Spanish and Russian. English does not allow it. Takes some getting used to.
"I don't know nothing" would mean "I know something" and not "I know everything", though.
Same after I havn't done Russian for three months
The voice seems to pronounce я as "ye" instead of "ya". Why is that?
I dont know nothing???
So how would you say “there is nothing I don’t know”
Who is thinking of Shultz?
why can't I say 'I have no idea'
Well I know enough English to study other languages on this program
Когда ты бездельник
Я нечего не знаю - here не means no but not is not given
How about "Я знаю ничего" ?