Southern California English – United States. Maybe it’s just my cynical nature, but I haven’t heard anyone use such a greeting in Russian with a “straight face”. Yes, my password is: Crescent , Mar 23, Grefsen , Mar 21, It sounds a bit unnatural to me.
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EtceteraMar 23, StephanusMar 22, Q-cumberMar 30, Do you already have an account? If you are good friends than the correct translation of: GrefsenApr 20, PtakMar 21, It sounds a bit unnatural to me. Previous Thread Next Thread.
AnatoliMar 22, Yes, my password is: Perhaps it is slightly sarcastic, but I remember seeing the movie Funny Girl with Barbara Streisand dubbed in in Russian devushkw I was a student in Leningrad back in the seventies. EtceteraMar 22, That really depends on how much of a friend she is and what kind of a friend. I would however, be quite circumspect about using such forms of address.
PtakMar 22, GrefsenMar 24, If you must use it, that is If you want to be nice, you can say: Always unexpected, it throws the woman off her guard. In the opening scene of the movie, Fanny Brice looks at herself in a mirror and says “Hello, Beautiful! Accented vowels are in bold. Share This Page Tweet.
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In Russian, an attempt to reporduce it would result in something that would normally kraaivaya said tongue-in-cheek, as in: Last edited by a moderator: Little correction in spelling: Maybe it’s just my cynical nature, but I haven’t heard anyone use such a greeting in Russian with a “straight face”. GrefsenMar 23, You must log in or sign up to reply here. Just my humble opinion.
Haven’t heard it used with the person’s name, though. GrefsenMar 22, It sounds very idiomatic.
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I agree with Cyanista, too. I’m lucky enough to have a very good Russian friend who also happens to be a very attractive woman. I wouldn’t recommend to krasiavya this word when addressing a woman GrefsenMar 21,