Валентин (the name)
Валентинка (a Valentine day card)
Spark a conversation with him about Valentines day and ask him if he has a girlfriend or a Valentine. He will get the hint, when he says no, say "What would you say if I asked you to be my Valentine?" When he says that he would say yes say, "So will you?"
When referring to the day, you would say Valentine's Day. If you are referring to a person or a card, you would say valentine.
Will you be my valentine = ¿Vas a ser mi enamorado/enamorada?
Tu es tres belle, ma valentine.
It simply means that they're your Valentine.
To say sweetheart in Russian you say dorogaya. To say I love you in Russian you would say, Ya lyublyu tebya.
it is probably people trying to say valentine. some people do not know how to spell valentine.
Be my valentine I'd say. Although they would both make sense really....
do you mean hoe do you say 'are you' in russian? A tui? - are you?
How do you say "Dylan Smith" in Russian?
Trenatsat is how you say thirteen in Russian.
this how you say animal in Russian животное
Джиттербаг is how you say jitterbug in Russian
my wife and I in Russian?
ночь, is how you spell it in Russian. you say it "nohch"
You say Today in Russian like this Сегодня
how do you say the word black in Russian
Достаточно is how you say the word enough in Russian.
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If you want to define Valentine you can say that "a sweetheart chosen to receive a greeting on Saint Valentine's Day"
No, you have already found your valentine it wouldn't be right. Also that would mean dating them. Your boyfriend should be your Valentine.
Well if you mean why do they say no Russian is because if they say any Russian the Russian government will know their yerrorists instead of the Americans
How you say suck in Russian is.... cocatb hope this helped you.
Say It in Russian was created on 2009-05-04.
В отличие от is how you say unlike in Russian.
just Russian formalism - no the
goodmorning in Russian
On Russian you must say "dedushka" or "ded" On Russian it's looks like that "дедушка", "дед"
This is how you write it-сладкий. But i don't know how to say it in Russian. Snaregirl306
In Russian you say "Vy delaete menya schastlivym".
"Strit Adres" is how you say "Street Address" in Russian.
Старый ублюдок is how you say old bastard in Russian.
Пожилой человек is how you say old man in Russian.
The word in Russian is "Nyet."
"I" in Russian is "Ja" (pronounced yah).
Child is ребенок in Russian.
In Russian it is 'yah glotaiyu'
Transcription from Russian is [Dekadans]
Лето is Russian for "Summer"
The end in Russian is конец
Яйцо is how you say egg in Russian.
Школа is how you say school in Russian.
Бен is Ben in Russian.
This is how you say hello in Russian: Privet=hello or Zdrastwuyte=hello This is how you say Bye in Russian: Paka=Bye or Bye-Bye=Bye I hope I helped you :)
privyet babychka is how u say hello baby in russian.
There are several ways to say "same" in Russian depending on the context.
This is how you say he in russian: How to write he in russian:Он Latin letters and translation:On I hope I helped you :)
agromniy is how you say it. but sorry cant write it in Russian words:(
vizoonchik is how you say it but sorry i cannot write it in Russian letters :(
привести к смерти this is it in Russian text. Not sure how to say it