By M. I Dubrovin
The Russian language is very idiomatic. The idioms, half and parcel of the language, upload immensely to its richness. Their style is accounted for by way of the old improvement of the Russian language. normally Russian idioms are a stumbling block for non-Russian audio system, as they fail to appreciate Russian, either written and spoken, with no the mastery of a adequate variety of idioms, specially these which happen such a lot frequently.
This e-book is meant essentially for English talking scholars of Russian who've a data of the necessities of Russian grammar and are acquainted with a simple Russian vocabulary.
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The Russian language is very idiomatic. The idioms, half and parcel of the language, upload immensely to its richness. Their style is accounted for through the historic improvement of the Russian language. ordinarily Russian idioms are a stumbling block for non-Russian audio system, as they fail to appreciate Russian, either written and spoken, with no the mastery of a enough variety of idioms, particularly these which happen most often.
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Cf. To drive someone out of his wits / m i n d ; to put someone beside himself. 59 83. В Ы В О Д И Т Ь И З СТРОЯ vyvodit' is stroya То take out of formation. To disable something, to put s o m e t h i n g out of operation. 84. В Ы В О Д И Т Ь кого-либо НА ЧИСТУЮ ВОДУ vyvodit' па c h i s t u y u vodu То conduct someone out onto pure water. To bring someone's m i s d e e d s to light: to expose someone. Cf. To show someone in his true colours; to u n m a s k . 60 85. В Ы Е Д Е Н Н О Г О ЯЙЦА НЕ СТОИТ v y y e d ' e n n o v o yaytsa n ' e stoit Not worth an empty egg-shell.
Valittsa iz гик То fall out of one's hands. Something doesn't go well because one is a w k w a r d , clumsy, doesn't feel like doing it, or doesn't have his heart in it. 36. ВАРИТЬСЯ В С О Б С Т В Е Н Н О М СОКУ varittsa v s o b s t v ' e n n o m sokd То stew in one's own juice. To k e e p solitary or a p a r t f r o m other people m a k i n g no use of other people's knowledge a n d experience; to w o r k solely by oneself without contact w i t h others; to avoid social relations.
Cf. To cost a p r e t t y p e n n y . 47 59. В Л Ю Б И Т Ь С Я П О У Ш И vl'ubittsa ро u s h y То fall in love up to one's ears. To be deeply e n a m o u r e d of someone. Cf. To be lu-ad over heels in love. 60. В О Г Н А Т Ь кого-либо В К Р А С К У vognat' v k r a s k u To drive someone into the dye. To c a u s e someone to blush from embarrassment. Cf. To p u t someone to the blush. 4X 61. В О Д И Т Ь кого-либо З А НОС vodit' za nos То lead someone by the nose. To deceive, delude, mislead someone; to m a k e promises and not k e e p them.
A book of Russian idioms illustrated by M. I Dubrovin