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|1||Jonas||100%||0:04.9 min.||15 Feb, '16|
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|3||apokar||100%||0:05.8 min.||7 Jan, '16|
|4||itsasbeltza||100%||0:06.3 min.||12 May, '20|
|5||Rumpleteazer||100%||0:07.0 min.||4 May, '20|
|6||SuperNar3k||100%||0:07.0 min.||12 Nov, '15|
|7||AlexAuditore||100%||0:07.1 min.||9 Nov, '15|
|8||ollipo||100%||0:07.3 min.||10 Jan, '16|
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This is an online quiz called Strange Russian Surnames
There is a printable worksheet available for download here so you can take the quiz with pen and paper.
Russian surnames can be very imaginative. Here are some funny examples.
I have replaced Russian written 'o' with 'a' where a non-stressed syllable is pronounced 'a' in Russian (like in 'hard'). Hence Gotoulin -> Gataulin, Lopatin -> Lapatin and Polotentsev -> Palatentsev.
Thanks to J onas for inspiring me.
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