Posted on October 26th, 2010
Hi and welcome to our special Halloween in Russian lesson!
Here is the transcript:
Хэллоуин [he-la-ooeen] = Halloween
привидение [pri-vi-DYE-ni-ye]= ghost
тыква [TEEK-va] = pumpkin
скелет [ski-LYET] = skeleton
дьявол [D’YA-val] = devil
ведьма [VED’-ma] = witch
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