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Something, a thing or two in Russian 🇷🇺

in English in Russian S
something, a thing or two кое-что
How to say “something, a thing or two” in Russian? “Кое-что”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “кое-что” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on something, a thing or two in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Break it down into parts: "кое" sounds like "koye," similar to "coy" in English.
– "что" sounds like "shto," think of "schtick" without the "ick."
– Combine them: "koye-shto."

– "Кое-что" (koye-shto) is a Russian phrase that translates to "something" or "a thing or two" in English.
– It is used similarly to how "something" is used in English, implying an undefined or unspecified object or piece of information.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– Что-то (shto-to) – means "something" as well.

Alternate Meanings Like Slang:
– In informal or colloquial Russian, "кое-что" can also refer implicitly to something known between the speaker and listener, often hinting at a secret or discreet matter.

Examples of Sentences:
1. Мне нужно знать кое-что о тебе.
– (Mne nuzhno znat' koye-shto o tebe.)
– I need to know something about you.

2. У меня есть для тебя кое-что интересное.
– (U menya yest' dlya tebya koye-shto interesnoye.)
– I have something interesting for you.

3. Она скрывает кое-что важное.
– (Ona skryvayet koye-shto vazhnoye.)
– She is hiding something important.

4. Мы обсудили кое-что важное на собрании.
– (My obsudili koye-shto vazhnoye na sobranii.)
– We discussed something important at the meeting.

5. Он знает о прошлом кое-что необычное.
– (On znaet o proshlom koye-shto neobychnoye.)
– He knows something unusual about the past.

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