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 G. Translate - Russian Phonetics?

Answer I know what you're talking about and I haven't seen anything like that. Maybe cause what you write "privet" someone else is "privyet" and so on, because there's not a single transliteration.If you ... Read More »
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How do I Translate Russian to English Online for Free?

There are more than 275 million native English speakers in the world. To find quality translation from a text written by one of the more than 150 million native Russian speakers around the globe, y... Read More »
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Basics of Phonetics?

Phonetics consists of the study of speech sounds, and involves the creation and production of sound by the human voice. There are several components that combine to produce speech sounds. These in... Read More »
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How to Write Phonetics?

Phonetic spelling represents the sounds of a word’s pronunciation by having each letter represent the same sound. English spelling requires each letter or combination of letters to represent diff... Read More »
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Are Russian nationalism and Russian patriotism synonyms or antonyms?

Easy. Patriotism is about a state and its institutions while nationalism makes people the main priority, in our particular case Russian people. For example, the communists are patriotic about the S... Read More »
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