Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Russian"

The meaning of "Russian" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does even though i had russian, greek , latin etc. “These are butterflies that i added to my collection” mean?
A: Butterflies are the same as Mariposa - they are beautiful flying insects that start as caterpillars and transform. Some people collect them because of their beautiful wings. The speaker may be referring to the different languages as beautiful things they collected - but possibly they mean that while they are beautiful, they may not be especially useful to them. Some people may consider certain languages to be very useful - such as the ones they need for business and travel. Other languages are “nice to have” but might be of more limited use to them. Certainly, Russian and Greek would be useful while traveling, but Latin may only be helpful to those studying language (or law or medicine).
Q: What does to impair

you can explain it either in russian, english or turkish)) mean?
A: Общий смысл - испортить что-то, повредить или сделать что-то слабее (например, удаление игрока с поля понизило шансы выигрыша у команда).

Her eyesight was impaired after her disease. (=Ее зрение стало хуже из-за болезни).

Q: What does ??? in russian pls mean?
A: I am not good with social situations and do not appreciate what I am and do.
Q: What does russian people patzyalusta mean?
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Q: What does translate it into russian or turkish please mean?
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Translations of "Russian"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How to say in russian "Já se jmenuji"
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say *who* in russian
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you spell handsome in russian
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to say' hello' in russian?
A: zdravstvuyte karinamarin and thank you !!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how say "I love you" for russian?
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Other questions about "Russian"

Q: How to say correct,
1. Say it in russian please
or
2. Say it on russian please
And are there any cases in which it would be correct to use another preposition(which is not correct in my sentence) with language?
A: "In" is always used when we talk about language, so whatever the language that you wanna someone to talk, you use "in"

Please, talk in portuguese
Please, talk in Korean
Q: you may think i speak russian or polish but i speak neither Does this sound natural?
A: Your pronunciation is very good, here’s how I say it:
Q: In russian we have lots of expressions to tell about sex in a beautiful, polite or affectionate way.
"заниматься любовью", "заниматься сексом".
are there any such ways in English except "fuck" and "have sex"?
may be "make love" or Smth like this?
A: In England, a large part of our culture is what we call a 'stiff upper lip' meaning we get on with what needs to be done without talking about it. Sex is not something that we feel we can talk about naturally, most people in the U.K. are embarrassed to talk about sex. Because of this, we don't really have any nice expressions to talk about it. There are many ways of implying sex (euphemisms) but most of these are impolite. The nicest way we would describe sex would be to 'make love'.
Q: Did you forget russian language? or Have you forget...? Does this sound natural?
A: Did you forget the Russian language?

Have you forgotten the Russian language?

Q: You should know that in russian inanimate objects have a gender(masculine, feminine, and neutral) For example:

There is a table in the room. It is round.
There is a desk in the classroom. It made of wooden.
Turn off the radio. It is too loud.

But in russian:
В комнате стоит стол. Он круглый.
В классе стоит парта. Она сделана из дерева.
Выключи радио. Оно слишком громкое. Does this sound natural?
A: *It is made of wood / It is wooden

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