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Postby monito » 2006-06-21, 20:03

hi, i don't suppose anyone could demonstrate the easiest way to write out Д
any time i try it its always awkwardly done.Its a bit of a trivial topic I know, but its bugging me lol

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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-21, 20:08

Here is a very detailed course for writing Russian but the handwritten Д should be the same: http://www.lang.ourfamily.com/propisi/myhome.html.

I've found it:
- http://www.lang.ourfamily.com/propisi/pr2-04.html
- http://www.lang.ourfamily.com/propisi/pr2-05.html

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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 10:02

Amikeco wrote:Here is a very detailed course for writing Russian but the handwritten Д should be the same: http://www.lang.ourfamily.com/propisi/myhome.html.

I've found it:
- http://www.lang.ourfamily.com/propisi/pr2-04.html
- http://www.lang.ourfamily.com/propisi/pr2-05.html


Is that a joke?
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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-27, 10:07

It's for children.

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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 10:08

It's not so easy to understand if you're not Chinese...
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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-27, 10:11

Chinese? :?:

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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 10:20

All those links goes to the same page, which contains a white page with tons of Chinese signs :?
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Postby Alcadras » 2006-06-27, 10:58

NO,they're normal :roll:

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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-27, 11:01

Aleco, then there is something wrong with your browser.

Oh, I know what's the problem: If you change the character encoding of most pages to UTF-16, then you get a white page with tons of Chinese symbols.

So check your character encoding. :)

My Firefox automatically selects "Cyrillic (Windows-1251)".

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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 11:09

When I chosed "Cyrillic Windows-1251" now, the Дд (name on the thread) turned into P"pr' :?
It's on Unicode-8 now.... it's in Chinese either way :cry:
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Postby kibo » 2006-06-27, 11:18

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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 13:34

What? д = g??

OT: What's that animal in your avatar, Amikeco?
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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-27, 13:39

Yes, in Cyrillic cursive script the lower case Д is similar to the Latin lower case "G".

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1. It's a short-eared elephant-shrew.

2. "амикЕцо" (meaning "friendship")

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Postby monito » 2006-06-27, 18:11

it looks like cyrillic to me lol, i didnt see anything that remotely looks like chinese.
still didnt understand it though lol
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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 18:25

Amikeco wrote:Yes, in Cyrillic cursive script the lower case Д is similar to the Latin lower case "G".

Edit:

1. It's a short-eared elephant-shrew.

2. "амикЕцо" (meaning "friendship")


I meant is it rponounced as a 'g'?
It can't be...?
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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-27, 18:34

No, it's like the Latin "D".

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Postby Aleco » 2006-06-27, 18:40

Good :P
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Postby monito » 2006-06-27, 18:50

I thought it represented D, no?
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Postby Nukalurk » 2006-06-27, 19:29

Aleco, another letter that will confuse you might be the lower case Cyrillic "т" which looks in cursive script like the cursive Latin "m", and although you can clearly see that it is derived from the upper case Cyrillic cursive "Т", it will confuse you, if you are not used to it.

Best way to practice is writing all the letters on paper sheets - every line one letter, and if you have difficulties with one, then add a line. :D


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