Russian Orthography by Alexander Pushkin

By Alexander Pushkin

Yevgeniy Onyegin is Pushkin's well-known novel in verse. It includes many of the best strains to be present in Russian poetry and is understood by means of center via many Russians. right here it's reprinted as Pushkin himself wrote it within the old-fashioned orthography.

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25-npoiieHTHbiH, 10-jieTHHH, 35-JieTHe. 4. , 183-MHJIJIHOHHI>IH, 5£-ΤΒΙΟΙ*ΙΗΒΙΗ. 5. , 15-H, 127-ro. 6. , T y - 1 0 4 but: 4000 M (a mechanical excavator). II. N O U N S § 78. The following are written as one word: 1. , BOAonpoBOA, 3eMJießejieij, ju>H03aroTOBKH napoB03opeMOHT, aaponopT, aBHaMaraa aBTonpoöer, ΜΟΤΟΓΟΗΚΗ, BejioApoM KHHope>KHCcep, (|)OTopenopTa>K, crepeoTpyßa MeTeocBOAKa, sjieKTpoABHraTejiB, rHApocoopynceHHH arpOTeXHHKa, 300TeXHHK, ÖHOCTaHIJHH MHKpOCHHH

I . e . , Ha/JO C03HaTLCH]. (b) in interrogative and exclamatory clauses the particle He adjoins the pronoun, adverb or particle, forming the combina­ tions : nan He KTO He, KTO TOJIBKO He iTje He, rfle TOJIBKO He qeM He, Mero He, Mero TOJIBKO He etc. , Hy, Kan He nopa^eTB poAHOMy ^ejiOBeKy! [ΓρκβοεΑθΒ] Κτο He npoKJiHHaji craHHHOHHbix CMOTpHTejieii, κτο c HHMH H e ÖpaHHBaJICH? [ Π ν ΐ Η Κ Η Η ] ^leM Tbi He MOJiOAeii? [ΠνιπκΗΗ] Γββ OH TOJIBKO He Sbreaji! *I ero OH TOJIBKO He BUßßJi ! ^leM He paöoTa!

X. — cejiBCKoxo3HHCTBeHHi>iH but: e x . g. -A. -)K. Pycco — )KaH-)KaK Pycco. 3. , 25-npoiieHTHbiH, 10-jieTHHH, 35-JieTHe. 4. , 183-MHJIJIHOHHI>IH, 5£-ΤΒΙΟΙ*ΙΗΒΙΗ. 5. , 15-H, 127-ro. 6. , T y - 1 0 4 but: 4000 M (a mechanical excavator). II. N O U N S § 78. The following are written as one word: 1. , BOAonpoBOA, 3eMJießejieij, ju>H03aroTOBKH napoB03opeMOHT, aaponopT, aBHaMaraa aBTonpoöer, ΜΟΤΟΓΟΗΚΗ, BejioApoM KHHope>KHCcep, (|)OTopenopTa>K, crepeoTpyßa MeTeocBOAKa, sjieKTpoABHraTejiB, rHApocoopynceHHH arpOTeXHHKa, 300TeXHHK, ÖHOCTaHIJHH MHKpOCHHH

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