Welcome to our new Russian member :)
My Russian starts to get limited after that. Just what I have picked up from my better half who is learning from someone at her work.
Welcome to the forum
I aware that I used the informal Hi and not more formal hello but as I said my Russian is limited so hopefully you will forgive my social inaccuracies.
Welcome to the forum. Nice to see new folks in here. :)
I would never thought that Russ is so popular in Eruope. It is rather difficult to learn! ;)Quote:
surprising how popular it was!
Moscow is huge nice city, but actually i'd prefere St. Peterburg. it is russian Venice as everyone say. Amazing views, breathtaking i would say...i have been there once but fell in love with this city.Quote:
I'd love to visit that area, a trip to Moscow is high on my list of places to see.
Anyway, welcome to any city in our country, we have a lot to see :cool:
Thank you all, guys! :troll:
Привет и добро пожаловать в сумасшедший дом :D
(Hi and welcome to the mad house)
(I hope Google translater works!!! :D )
Реальное тепло приветствовать edugeek, я надеюсь, вам понравится ваше время с нами Элисон :) :) :)
Think lot of places have chance to learn Russian as they can get influx of high percentage of East Block workers.
I know in our area lot of Farms employ Russian workers due to low wages and as rule Eastern Block workers work lot harder than the UK counterparts.
Try finding someone to teach it to A level... Not at all easy!
Hey, i can see that a lot of people here speak russ
well thats good....for me :D
:DI don't speak Russian, but welcome anyway!
You didnt say what sort of company you work for?
i work in company which produces wooden doors. We have a few offcies in my city and in office where I work I am a kind of PR manager and administrator. :)