Could someone explain to me the difference between "мне нужно" and "мне надо"? My dictionary translates them both the same way. Thanks!
As a native Russian speaker I can assure you that they have the same definition.
I asked my teacher and she said both mean the exact same thing, except there are times where you can't use nado, but you can always use noojno
so which one means which? ? = need ? = necessary
Нет, мне нужна водка
is нужна a kind of verb or something another? i couldnt get what it is.
The entry directly above yours by 2E3S explains that нужна is an adjective (which is describing the water).
which lesson are the adverbial/adjectival forms of нужно addressed and differentiated. I thought нужно preceded verbs (I need to...verb.) and the other forms agreed with what is needed.
These are short forms of full adjective нужный.
"I don't need it... I don't need it... I NEEEED IIIT!!!"
Where do you put the stress in вода ? I've heard both вóда and водá in the course. If both versions exist, what is the difference?
Ultimately вода́. The first syllabus get the accent only in plural forms: во́ды etc.