on the play button below to hear how to say And in Russian.
Notice the difference between the two words used here. This first is used in a manner of joining, such as items on a list. (eg. "I want milk and bread and cheese and chocolate.") The second is used as a conjunction to mean and or but. (eg. "I am happy and/but I want to sleep.)
And / But
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