"Where are mom and aunt Toma?"

Translation:Де мама і тітка Тома?

August 8, 2015



Huh. I was surprised that "de mama i titka toma?" worked: most of the courses, one needs to use the special keyboard, which of course isn't here. This is interesting for suggesting that the Russian course might work similarly: allowing Latin keyboard typing to transliterate Cyrillic. I think this definitely makes sense, as having tried a bit of Cyrillic work using an on-screen keyboard with Memrise, I found that rather clunky (since almost every letter requires it rather than just accents like most of them).

August 25, 2015


I would think this means it takes more time to make languages here. It's a very nice system, I also like memrise a lot and it helped me make a lot more progress in russian and cyrillic than i've ever made. Both systems have some things in common and I would think work well together.

October 23, 2015


I'm learning both cyrillic spellings and latin spellings and typing both too.

November 19, 2015


is it necessary to use other words for "and"...or just "i"?

August 12, 2015



January 3, 2016


I don't understand, there is no D on the cyrillic keyboard. What is happening?

June 11, 2016
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