ТОлько вчера на утреннем канале видела рекламу этого фильма и чуть не прослезилась....
Вон она какая, сила искусства - уже с трейлера трогает за душу. Что же будет от фильма? :)
Slightly off topic, or maybe not, but a friend has just forwarded this link to me, and I immediately thought of you! Enjoy:http://www.slothster.com/2352-Cat-On-Boat-Plays-With-Dolphins.html
That's so cu.. kawa.. sweet, I mean! So now dolphins are charmed by cats as well. They are sure good at conquering the world ;-) I like how the cat touches her new friend with her paw, so gentle and demanding in the same time :)
Grin. How do you say "cute" in Russian and Finnish? Russian transcribed to the Roman alphabet, if possible, onegai shimasu!
Finnish: Onpa söpöä! (that's cute!) or: Söpöä!Russian: tak milo! (so cute!) or just: milo! that's neutral, works for everything.Masc. goes like this for example: on takoi milyi - he is so cuteFem.: ona takaya milaya - she is so cute ^^You just gave me an idea for a post to my blog about Russian language, thanks! ^^ I don't remember any videos on Youtube teaching you Russian words of cuteness.I just realized that I usually use 'cute' and 'kawaii' because we use English with my hubby (and we both study Japanese). I hope to never forget 'milo' and such :D
Aha, Russian does the masculine/feminine thing as well. That used to drive me nuts when I was studying German.I will remember milo easily, because there's a chocolate-y drink called Milo! ;)So get writing already! I'd love to read more about the Russian language. :DPS: Finnish has even more diacritics than Afrikaans. Complicates your typing, doesn't it?
Yeah, I have to switch to the Finnish layout just to type ö and ä. But it's easier than Japanese ^^ My keyboard is anyway Finnish, so at least I know where those letters are. German is on my to-learn list ^^
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