This question is actually very good. It’s a question I’ve been asked before and this is the answer I’ve been given. Shut up and shut up and shut up…you’ll get it.
I’ve been asked this question so many times I’ve lost count. People always ask me what to say when they’re annoyed and I always say shut up. It’s a question I actually know the answer to, but there are other ways to do it. In fact, this is a question I’ve been asked in real life so many times I’ve lost count. I know the answer, and the answer is, “Shut up and shut up and shut up”.
Here’s the thing. Most of us don’t even get this question. When we say shut up, it’s a signal to people to shut up and stop interrupting. But when we say it in a specific way, it helps people to hear it better. For example, in most other languages, you would say, “shut up and shut up and shut up” meaning, stop making such a racket.
That’s how to say shut up in russian. But that’s not the one all of you are thinking about. The second one I can think of is, I shut up and shut up and shut up. And the thing is you can say it in both ways. The thing is a very general way to shut up is to say shut up and shut up and shut up.
In English, you would say, shut up and shut up and shut up, but in russian, it would be said, shut up and shut up and shut up meaning, stop making such a racket.
Now that you have the general gist of what I just said, I hope you will agree that there is a lot more to say. If not, that’s fine. I’m not really interested in talking about that, either.
Well, if you are being sarcastic, then don’t be. Just shut up already.
Well, I’m just gonna tell you my story to say that you have a different way of saying say something in this country.
Yes, I know that in English you might say, shut up and shut up and shut up and shut up, but that is not the way you say it in Russian, so I am going to use that in this article as well.
The thing about saying shut up in Russian is that it comes out with one syllable and you do not have to say “shut up” in Russian at all. So you just say “shut up.” As you can see, it’s just a different word.