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Happy Christmas – С Рождеством

Happy Christmas in Russian

 

 

 

С Рождеством [s razh-dest-VOM]

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С Рождеством [s razh-dest-VOM]

C (with) – preposition
Рождеством (Christmas) – noun, Instrumental Case

Рождество (Christmas) [razh-dest-VO] – noun, Neuter, Nominative Case

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Happy Christmas in Russian
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С Рождеством [s razh-dest-VOM]

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С Рождеством [s razh-dest-VOM]

C (with) – preposition
Рождеством (Christmas) – noun, Instrumental Case

Рождество (Christmas) [razh-dest-VO] – noun, Neuter, Nominative Case

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