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What is the Russian name?
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When they say · Â´Â ° Â²ÃÂÂ²Ã'Â Â¹Ã'Â, Âµ or Â · Â´Â € Â ° Ã "Ã'Ã, they say hello to you. The difference is in the formal level. When you talk about yourself with that person. - Â´Ã'Â € Â ° Â²Ã'Â '. Â¹ÃÂ‚Ã ÂµÃ'Â‚ÃÂ Â ... Â - € € Â ° Â'Â 'ہوتا occurs when a person talks about himself.
It's a bit informal € ÂµÃ ÂµÃ.
What is a different greeting from our Â Qué Talal ° ° Â´Ã ÂµÃ Â?
Oh my God ... what a disaster !!! If you need to sort between them all ... !!
There are two types of greetings, more than one formal. When you do not greet the people and they do not know and do not trust them, then they will say: Uses. zdrÃƒÂ¡sbuitie), when you want to contact strangers who talk about you. If they trust to meet this person, use privacy use ÂµÃ'Â (privacy).
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