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By M. I Dubrovin

The Russian language is very idiomatic. The idioms, half and parcel of the language, upload immensely to its richness. Their sort is accounted for through the ancient improvement of the Russian language. in most cases Russian idioms are a stumbling block for non-Russian audio system, as they fail to appreciate Russian, either written and spoken, with out the mastery of a adequate variety of idioms, specifically these which take place so much frequently.
This ebook is meant basically for English talking scholars of Russian who've an information of the necessities of Russian grammar and are acquainted with a easy Russian vocabulary.

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Tn, icoro-JIK6o 3A HOC vodit' za nos To lead someone by the nose. To deceive, delude, mislead someone; to make promises and not keep them. er. To make a fool of someone; to pull/draw the wool over someone's eyes; to lead someone 52 on. 62. 1,0it HE PA30Jlb�WI. vodoy n'e razol'yosh You couldn 't split them apart with water. A 5H:. C bl To be very good friends, c lose to· each other ; inseparable from each other ; to be always together. Cf. As thick 63. 1,bl HE as thieve . 3AMYTHT vody n'e zamutit He wouldn 't muddy the water.

Not to fit in. 29. 6h1Tb HE HA CBOitM MECTE byt' n'e na svoyom m'e t'e To be not in one's own place. To be unsuited position one fills, to be a misfit. round peg in a square hole. Cf. A to the 35 30. UETLIM HrOJIO\fKH C byt' od'etym s ig6lochki To be dressed as if ftraight from the pin. To be dressed in a brand· new suit, dress, etc. Cr. To dressed new piup;n. be as neat as a 31. KOM byt' pod bashmak6m To be under someone's shoe. nt influence, lo be in complete subjection (usually said of a man wbo is dominated by his wife).

51 60. BOrHATh xoro-nM6o B KPACKY vognat' v knisku To drive someone inro the dye. To cause someone to b lush from embarrassment. er. To 61. put someone to the blush. tn, icoro-JIK6o 3A HOC vodit' za nos To lead someone by the nose. To deceive, delude, mislead someone; to make promises and not keep them. er. To make a fool of someone; to pull/draw the wool over someone's eyes; to lead someone 52 on. 62. 1,0it HE PA30Jlb�WI. vodoy n'e razol'yosh You couldn 't split them apart with water. A 5H:. C bl To be very good friends, c lose to· each other ; inseparable from each other ; to be always together.

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