Дерсу Узала / Dersu Uzala / デルス・ウザーラ / Dersu Uzała



Dersu sad "Моя" (My) like "Моя рубашка" (my shirt).
Dersu mówi "Моя" (Moja) jak "Моя рубашка" (moja koszula).
Дерсу говорить "Моя" как "Моя рубашка".

Example (Chapter 3):
Przykład (3 rozdział):
Пример (Глава 3):
"- Его все равно люди, - подтвердил он, - только рубашка другой. Обмани понимай, сердись понимай, кругом понимай! Все равно люди..."



Example with Chapter 2
Арсеньев:
- Моя тихонько ходи
Translation by Dennis Kalma:
Me come quietly.”

Example with Chapter 3
Арсеньев:
- Как ваша понимай нету? Посмотри сам!
Translated by Malcom Burr:
“How you not know? Look self!”


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This is not only my opinion!
With acoolsha robert bruce: a personal culture log

"Dersu Uzala Sunday, December 26, 2004
Film
(dvd, my own)

Viewed this powerful film with friends.

I’ve seen it at least five or six times, and each time I see a bit more in the sparse and finely honed dialogue. I own the version with English subtitles, but for this film I prefer the version with German subtitles, which I’ve seen in a cinema. German has some advantages in conveying Dersu’s basic Russian: Dersu doesn’t use the “I” pronoun, in the English version he uses “me” whereas in the German he often uses “meine Leute,” which translates as “my people” and wouldn’t work well as such in English, but it does in the German. When Dersu speaks of animals in the forest, and the forces of nature, such as air, fire and water, he refers to them each as “Mensch” in the German and the English is rendered as “men.” “Mensch” can really only be translated in English as “human being,” which also wouldn’t work in the English, but is beautiful in the German.

Dersu!"

                                                                              Thank you Robert!
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Zaimki w mowie Dersu
(wg. obu książek w polskim przekładzie)

Pronoun in speech of Dersu
(by both the books in polish editions)

ile razy:
how many:
pol

rus

ang

przykład:
example:
105
Moja
Моя
My
Моя хорошо понимай.
18
Twoja
Твоя
Your
Твоя  понимай  - амба!..
38
Jego
Его
His
Его далеко ходи нету.
29
Nasza
Наша
Ours
Надо наша скоро ходи
4
Wasza
Ваша
Yours Как ваша понимай нету?



Pronoun in English, Rusian and Polish

Case Singular Plural
first person, nominative


I
я
ja
we
мы
my
second, nominative


you
ты
ty
you
вы
wy
third, nominative


he, she, it
он, она, оно
on, ona, ono
they
они
oni
first, accusative


me
меня
mnie
us

nas
second, accusative


you
тебе
ciebie
you

was
third, accusative


him, her, it
его
jego, ją, ono
them

ich
first, genitive


my
мой, моя, моё
mój, moja, moje
our
наш, наша,
nasz, nasza, nasze
second, genitive


your
твой, твоя
twój, twoja, twoje
your
ваш, ваша,
wasz, wasza, wasze
third, genitive


his, her, its
его, её
jego, jej,
their
их
ich