"Salt is here and honey is there."

Translation:Сіль тут, а мед там.

May 21, 2015



I don't get it...what is the difference between the та, а, і, й if they are all mean and?

October 20, 2018


So let me get this clear: there is a huge difference between "i" and "и" ?

September 24, 2015


yup, "i" sounds like "ee" in "meet" and "feel" "и" is basically a Russian "ы" and I can't really explain nor transcribe it because there is no such thing in English, but you can watch this video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sB61Fi1LluY hopefully this helps

July 15, 2016


"ale" means "but", not "and"

September 14, 2016


л vs ль? Hard to soften "l" sound

May 21, 2015


л - like l in English, ль - like l in French :)

May 21, 2015


That was unexpected, дякую

May 21, 2015


Pardon e if I'm wrong, but I don't think it's the same.

Anyhow, you're going to run into many sounds that are hard to soften. The best way to go about this is just to add a small y to the end. I don't know of any English words that do this off the top of my head, but just pretend that you are going on to say "Myaso".

May 21, 2015


Most of the sounds are very different in the different languages, but I think this is close enough. If you are speaking of Ukrainian word "м’ясо" the м is actually hard in this one because of the apostrophe.

May 22, 2015
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