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Read the passage.A warm, promising wind blew across the prairie that Easter Sunday in 1889 as Molly and her sister carefully folded their blankets and packed their few belongings in a large burlap... more


Wanting to learn Russian..

As a teacher how many hours a week would you recommend to start learning how to speak Russian, with the goal of being "mostly" fluent in 3 months? In terms of conversation? Thank You,Mark

Identify Noun : Do you know where Marissa’s house is? A: house B: know C: you D: Marissa’s

Im little confused what is the correct answer ? because that website showed answer is A : House. but D : Mariss'a is noun are not ?


Mystery behind silent letters?

I have doubts about words in the English language that have a silent letter. So I want to know how to understand whether a letter is silent or not.

Does Russian not have articles because of the declension of (predicative) adjectives?

>"This is not fair!" said the Russian after looking at a map when they realized that they were not at the state fair. I don't remember precisely how the joke goes, but it goes something like... more

Why do Russians say "Чего?" and not "Что?" when they didn't understand something?

> Иди, дело есть. ― Чего? ― спросил Карусельщик с подозрением, но из тумана все же показался. // *[Елена Хаецкая. Синие стрекозы Вавилона/ Семеро праведных в раю господина (2004)]* Could... more

Experienced in or "experienced of"?

What is the correct use of experienced, with *in* or *of*? For example, > I have experienced **in** system development. > > I have experienced **of** system development.

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