Podcast Ep. 10 Vid. 1
Papa has hidden something. He tells the kids that they can ask him questions, but he will answer….how?
…but I will answer only Yes or No.
Podcast Ep. 10 Vid. 2
The girl is hoping to have the apartment to herself (and her friends) for her birthday party. So she asks: “Are you guys leaving ___ ____?”
Are you guys planning on leaving, or not?
We’re leaving, we’re leaving.
Podcast Ep. 10 Vid. 3
Still on the hunt for “or.”
Mash, so what do you think…Which is prettier? This one, or this one?
What are you (talking about), “prettier?”
Podcast Ep. 10 Vid. 4
A nice combination of grammar points here. Listen for the masculine and feminine form of “your”, as well as our one new word from Ep #10.
Sweetie, well what’s more important to you, your work or your child?
Of course the child.
Podcast Ep. 10 Vid. 5
In English we make offers by saying: “Either ___, or _____.”
In Russian, they use ИЛИ twice, as in this clip.
This is how it’s gonna be (one word!)….either you celebrate at home, or this year there won’t be any birthdays at all.
Podcast Ep. 10 Vid. 6
Here’s another exampe of ИЛИ ИЛИ …
Okay. Decide on your own. Either the construction will begin or you (just) stand here.