Cyrillic letters are perfectly normal letters as far as I'm concerned.oskkar99 said:hello
I want to write with normal letters and not with words of these : Я тебя люблю ,я никогда тебя забыл!/Ваша зарубка
cyanista said:"I never forgot you, I love you" could be rendered as "Ja tebja ne zabyl, ja lublu tebja (!)".
Whodunit said:Now I'm interested. I know the words "ya", "tebya" and "lyublyu", but I'm never sure about the word order in Russian. In another thread, you suggested to put the "tebya" at the end, however you didn't do the same here, but placed it before the verb. What is the difference? Could I say "я люблю тебя"? Thanks.
Originally Posted by cyanista
"I never forgot you, I love you" could be rendered as "Ja tebja ne zabyl, ja lublu tebja (!)".
cyanista said:I did put "tebja" at the end - in the second part of the sentence (ja lublu tebja stands for я люблю тебя). I put the pronoun before the verb in the first part for rhythmical purposes (at least that's why I think I did it). It just sounded better that way.
Sprachgefühl ist eine geheimnissvolle Sache.
You could say "Ja ne zabyl tebja, ja lublu tebja" and it would be ok from the grammatical point of view. But it would sound like a chant or a line of a rap song. Inversion helps to avoid it.cyanista said:I put the pronoun before the verb in the first part [of the sentence] for rhythmical purposes (at least that's why I think I did it).
Willkommen.lotjed_13 said:Hallo allemaal!
Ik ben van België en ben verzot op de Russische taal
я тебя люблю!!!
Hallo ihr alle!!
vonausBelgien und (ich) liebe die Russische Sprache
я тебя люблю!!!