"Моя бабушка любит молоко."

Translation:My grandmother likes milk.

February 1, 2017



So my grandfather loves me, but my grandmother loves... Milk

February 1, 2017


She loves milk and you :-)

April 5, 2017


It's a toss up. 50 / 50. Milk vs you.

May 9, 2017


In the suggestions, an old woman was a possible translation. I read a story (in English) in which Ivan called Yaga Baba 'babushka'. I guess in Russian, you call every old woman 'babushka'.

May 11, 2017


do u not call old women on the street grandmas? smh

September 11, 2017


We call them "Babooshka" sometimes, when we offer them a help

March 2, 2019


That must have been an old fairytale. This character probably was meant to be shown a goodhearted hero speaking to a hag in such manner. Some time ago it was a warm respectful way to talk to an old wise mother(or grandmother I guess) figure. Nowadays it's the opposite, even though people using it usually mean well, it's inappropriately condescending.

February 14, 2018


Izzz Boris...

January 15, 2018


Finally! You are the only person I’ve encountered on this whole forum to have mentioned the Slav superstar

September 3, 2018


I typed exactly this - моя бабушка любит молоко - and got a "wrong" ruling. I compared the "correct solution" and my solution a couple of time, letter by letter. Glitch?

September 25, 2017
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