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Comment from: Edgar [Visitor]
Don, maybe mention the use of na...or nate...for "here is" "take"--I only learned this in my later trips to Russia when I lived with Nina and her aunt at the aunt's dacha. Her aunt always said that to her when giving her this or that. I couldn't believe that after studying Russian and travelling/living there off and on for over 30 years that I had never learned these expressions. I am guessing that "na" and "na te (tebe)" are used only by relatives or very close friends?

Don responds: Good idea. It's addressed here.
11/18/09 @ 19:38

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