yes there are many sayings used by the irish to express their love of drink(being irish and russian as i am is very good) Here is a common folk
quote-- An irishman is not drunk so long as he can hang on to one blade of grass in the world. Also Welcome to ATS.
My high school Russian instructor told us in 3rd year he _used_ to be required to hand over his list of students to the US government (he never said
what branch). That was in the late 1980s. A college instructor in Russian implied he was still required to supply the US gov with a list of students
as of 1991-2. Anyone know if that's still going on? Or if, perhaps, there has been a shift to government paranoia about speakers of other
Just a matter of curiousity...
Tui govoresh po-russki da? eelee ukrayenski?
The 1st sentence I get...."you speak the Russian language, yes?" The second query I'm reading as "How's your slavic dialect from the Ukraine?"
Or am I hilariously off-base there?
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