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"Thank you for letting me stay at your house"

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I will be staying with a russian-speaking Ukrainian family in a few weeks and I would like to know how to say, "Thank you for letting me stay at your house."

Thank You,

Eric Burnham
asked Oct 5, 2014 by Eric35743 (240 points)

1 Answer

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Hi Eric,

The translation is: "Спасибо за то, что разрешили пожить у вас" (SpasIba za to, shto razrishIli pazhIt u vas).

Yulia Amlinskaya,
Russian language teacher.
answered Oct 6, 2014 by RussianTeacher (19,690 points)