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So i have been speaking russian with a russian friend of mine, well, she's Azerbaijani, but beyond the point

i hear her use what i think these words are, A LOT!

1st: очень рада!(just wanna know the рада) bit

2nd: Рядом

3rd: i think she is sayin "хватит"
asked Mar 27, 2013 by gottimhimmel (270 points)

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No idea what do you mean. If you were able to write down the words correctly, you should know their meanings.

рада - happy

рядом - nearby

хватит - enough
answered Mar 27, 2013 by it-ogo (18,220 points)
I often hear "Я так рад(а) тебя видеть" ... I guess it means something like, I'm so glad/happy to see you ...?
Just to add on, рада is the feminine form of the word, drop the "a" for the masculine.
You're exactly right. Like, exactly right.