What Means To Be Russian?

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Jan 14, 2019 05:30
What Means To Be Russian?
Today I found a Spanish woman's video on the Internet about Russian music and movies. She's from Barcelona. She speaks Russian perfectly. In the beginning she is talking a lot about a rude word that she hear in a song of the Russian group called DDT. There isn't there. / It's just not in there. She knows that, but she can't help herself. That's pretty funny. Someone wrote in the comments that she is more Russian than some of Russians. I also think so. I already wrote here that to be Russian is a state of mind. A second video is about Russian. She is talking about the words that aren't in Spanish and English. I know a very little English, but I know the same word in English. It's "sibling". If you need to translate it into Russian, you should use two words -"brother and sister".