Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Moscow"

Die Bedeutung von "Moscow" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet What does "I live _under_ Moscow" mean ?
1. "I live close to Moscow"
2. "I live down south of Moscow"
or both ones are acceptable ??
A: Maybe they live in a basement apartment in Moscow, or they live under the jurisdiction of the Moscow local government but far away from the city center.
Q: Was bedeutet Moscow had irrefutable evidence that this was another staged incident and the special services of one state at the forefront of Russophobic campaign were at play from CNN article bery diccult to understand?
A: Simply put; Moscow had proof that proved for sure, another incident was planned by the special services of one State who are part of leading an anti Russia movement
Q: Was bedeutet Moscow calling?
A: I think it was the radio announcer's introduction to the British Broadcasting Commission BBC'S Russian Service radio programme. Broadcasting by radio from Russia, since 1946, as part of the BBC World Service (all other programmes were broadcast from London, I believe). Also, a Gorky Park song!
Q: Was bedeutet No not been to Moscow.?
A: no, (I have) not been to Moscow

Übersetzungen von "Moscow"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? we stopped in the Moscow on the way
A: "we stopped in Moscow on the way" or "we stopped by Moscow on the way"
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? I work it a Moscow cemetery. Is it correct?
A: I work at a cemetery in Moscow. (sounds better to me)

Andere Fragen zu "Moscow"

Q: I was in Moscow passing through. When I went to St. Petersburg klingt das natürlich?
A: I was just passing through in Moscow on my way to St. Petersburg.
Q: Moscow is a one of the largest cities in Europe klingt das natürlich?
A: Pretty good!
Your pronunciation is a little strange. Here is a recording to help you
Q: it is cold and slippery in Moscow now. what the weather in The UK?
A: It is warmer than average this time of year, with temperatures ranging between 4 - 9 degrees C in the daytime. I live on the south coast and for winter it is quite pleasant at the moment!
Q: We both came to Moscow to have a postgraduate course that time. klingt das natürlich?
A: "We both came to Moscow to take a postgraduate course that time."
Q: I had had got married , when we moved to the Moscow? "Had had got" confusing me. Explain, please klingt das natürlich?
A: "I had had got married, when we moved to the Moscow?"

That's not a verb form, that's a typographical error. There's no plu-pluperfect past tense. :)

"I had just got married, when we moved to Moscow." is more like what I would expect to see.

No article "the" before a city name like Moscow. Although there are special cases, like The Hague in NL.

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