Thursday, September 28, 2017

Enrich Your Russian Vocabulary. Lesson 20. Пополни словарный запас русского языка. Урок 20.

с чем? = ‘with what?’;
c чем вы будете (пить) чай, с молоком или с лимоном? = ‘what will you have tea with, with milk or lemon?’ (лимон = ‘lemon’);
с кем? = ‘with whom?’;
c кем вы были в ресторане? = ‘who were you in the restaurant with?’;
со мной = ‘with me’ (the extra ‘o’ is to make it easier to pronounce);
с тобой = ‘with you’.
The ‘together with’ (instrumental) ending for feminine nouns ending in -a is -ой:
с подругой = ‘with a (female) friend’;
с сестрой = ‘with (my) sister’;
мы с сестрой = ‘my sister and I’ (literally, we with sister).


с братом = ‘with (my) brother’;
с ним = ‘with him’.
с ними = ‘with them’;
с ней = ‘with her’;
мы с ними (с ним / с ней) друзья = ‘we are friends with them (with him / with her)’.

The ‘together with’ (instrumental) form of soft-sign-ending feminine nouns is -ью:
с мебелью = ‘with furniture’;
из России с любовью = ‘from Russia with love’ (любовь = ‘love’).

The children live with the grandparents at the dacha and not with (their) parents in the city.
Дети живут с бабушкой и дедушкой на даче, а не с родителями в городе.

One cannot buy love for money.
Нельзя купить любовь за деньги.

I like the music from the film ‘From Russia with Love’. It is very beautiful.
Я люблю музыку (мне нравится музыка) из фильма «Из России с любовью». Она очень красивая.

My friend and I are going to see friends (to guests). Will you come with us?
Мы с другом идём в гости, (ты/Вы) пойдёшь/те с нами?


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