6 thoughts on “Some fun on Russian TV”

  1. I just watched the first bit. With the Russian accent it appears to be easy to tell who is a native speaker and who isn’t. I feel like I need to practice my pronunciation after this (including another European language in which I used to sound native), but now that I’m older I don’t really care about sounding like a native speaker anymore. Plus, it makes it easier for me to talk faster since I don’t need to care about a small grammatical mistake from time to time. Too busy with work anyways.


  2. Wow, not RT or some such, but Malofeev’s Tsargrad! You’ve really gone native, eh? Into the thick of it. Tsk. Respect, man.

    But be careful, or they’ll hypnotize you and you become like one of those guys in Telefon.


  3. Amazingly fluent Russian, Professor!

    [You understand that the Ukrainians won’t invite you into their country after that?]

    1) Re: “Miracle on Ice”. *coughcough1972superseires3:7cough*

    2) Re:Herr Völkær. Professor, you said… “НА Украине”?! Horror, horror. You understand that you are dooming yourself now to the “purgatory” of mirotvorets.ua?

    3) Re: “Water lock”. The word you are searching for is “шлюз”.

    4) Re: corruption. “The measure of a man is what he does with power.” – Plato.


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