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Using Russian Chat Rooms in English

Updated on August 21, 2015

For the most part, you might take chat rooms for granted. After all, you might use them to talk with your friends, but what about using them for romance? With Russian chat rooms in English, you can begin to romance a woman on the other side of the world, but that doesn’t mean it’s always going to be easy. Technology is fantastic, but it can also present a set of new problems. To ensure that Russian chat rooms in English are helping you connect with someone to love and not with feelings of frustration, here’s what you need to know.

Can You Trust Translation?

If the Russian chat rooms in English are operating because of a translation service, then you need to be wary. While translation software has become better and more reliable, computers can’t take the place of real life translation. There are subtleties in every language that might not be detected by a translation service. With this in mind, it will be a good idea to ask your Russian woman to explain something more if the translation doesn’t make sense or she responds in a way that you didn’t expect. This way, you will prevent the language and its translation from becoming a barrier in your conversations.

Learn Russian Yourself

Of course, it’s better to simply learn some Russian on your own to avoid any troubles with Russian chat rooms in English. You don’t have to learn a lot in order to have a short and simple conversation. You will just need to learn a few basics, which will impress your date as well. Pick up a Russian travel translation book to help you have a few different phrases you can use. Then use the dictionary when you don’t understand what your Russian woman is saying to you. Over time, you might not become fluent in Russian, but you might be able to understand her better, even without the translation services.

Be Simple in the Words You Use

When the Russian chat rooms in English are using translation services, make sure you are using as simple of sentences as possible, without clichés or slang. This will ensure that the translations are accurate and they make sense to her when she reads them. When you don’t use simple words, you will cause the translation to be difficult to understand and to explain. Instead, just work with simple words, slowly building up to more complicated ideas and discussions, if possible. This will also help you to think about what you are saying and whether you are saying exactly what you mean to say.

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      Rawat 

      6 years ago

      would like to talk to a midle aged female Russian woman, who lives in Russia to talk about, and compare U.S.A., Russia, and other places: politics, culture, ethics, family, personal views, world veiws, ect. ect. ect.(SMILE)

      http://www.swingersocial.com/

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      kallini2010 

      6 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Being a Russian woman, who speaks both Russian and English sufficiently enough to get a kick of any translation, I can tell you:

      1)Learn Russian - it is much more difficult for English speakers than to learn English for Russian speakers.

      Why? Russian is a more complex language and the time "a groom/prospective lover" would not make ANY SENSE is .... indefinite.

      2) Translations? They can never be trusted - used them a lot for different languages...

      3) But the most important question? Why Russian Brides? To understand each other is so difficult when both people speak the same language, but mixing languages and cultures is not going to make it easier...

      But I am afraid the point was not that, was it?

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